Definitions

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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to traffic.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ traffic

Examples

  • The Not-in-Traffic Surveillance (NiTS) 2007 study produced an overall an­nual estimate of 1,747 fatalities and 841,000 injuries in nontraffic crashes and noncrash incidents.

    NHTSA finds cars injure 841,000 a year--without crashing

  • Over 33 people die and 16,170 injures occur every week due to nontraffic incidents.

    NHTSA finds cars injure 841,000 a year--without crashing

  • The Act required the establishment of a database of noncrash incidents, which the government hadn't previously tracked, and the development of a program to provide the public with safety information regarding nontraffic dangers to young children.

    NHTSA finds cars injure 841,000 a year--without crashing

  • The Not-in-Traffic Surveillance NiTS 2007 study produced an overall an­nual estimate of 1,747 fatalities and 841,000 injuries in nontraffic crashes and noncrash incidents.

    NHTSA finds cars injure 841,000 a year--without crashing

  • Johnson's Crime Commission found that about half of American males could expect to be arrested for a nontraffic offense some time in their lives, mostly in their late teens and early 20s.

    NYT > Home Page

  • V84. 7 Person on outside of special agricultural vehicle injured in nontraffic accident

    Gawker

  • "Those who had been arrested for nontraffic offenses were more likely to own firearms (37 percent compared to 25 percent in the general population)."

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • State police have refused to release information related to the crash and its response, including the only report - which it declared a "nontraffic death investigation report" - it generated on the incident.

    Times-Tribune Pets of the Week

  • He was found guilty of three nontraffic summary offenses - two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of harassment.

    News/local from www.dailyamerican.com

  • "At that young of an age, children have no ability to dissipate the heat," said Janette Fennell, founder and president of Kids and Cars, a national group that tracks nontraffic fatalities involving children and cars.

    DesMoinesRegister.com - NEWS

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