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  • adjective Not universal.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ universal

Examples

  • Meanwhile, according to the Congressional Budget Office, the dreaded, moderate Cooper-Breaux nonuniversal alternative could cover-91 percent of the people-without "mandates" of any sort-including anyone who loses a job, has a preexisting condition and most of those that need financial aid to afford health insurance.

    The Health Care Nose-Counters

  • The power of a cultural moment such as that signaled by the reception of Brokeback is that in shattering the "epistemology of the closet" we run the risk of destroying the nonuniversal, specifically gay knowledge previously hidden inside it.

    'Brokeback Mountain': An Exchange

  • But that's exactly what these nonuniversal plans will wind up doing.

    President Weekly Radio Address To The Nation

  • Under nonuniversal reform, 105,000 people will continue to lose their coverage every month.

    Cabinet Secretaries Briefing On Health Care Reform

  • Twenty thousand people in South Carolina, under a nonuniversal system will continue to lose insurance every single month; $967 million in additional costs, as Bruce Babbitt said, would be shifted in my state also under the Dolestyle Medicaid cap by the year 2003.

    Cabinet Secretaries Briefing On Health Care Reform

  • But that's exactly what these nonuniversal plans will wind up doing.

    Radio Address On Health Care Reform

  • South Carolina, is one of the states that really has tried, as I said, for nonuniversal, incremental reform.

    Cabinet Secretaries Briefing On Health Care Reform

  • Lewin VHI and the Catholic Health Association released a study showing that nonuniversal plans threaten to leave middle-class Americans uncovered.

    Press Briefing By Dee Dee Myers

  • We learned, though, that this nonuniversal reform simply isn't enough; since '88, the number of working people without insurance has actually risen in South Carolina -- risen from under 200,000 in' 88 to over 497,000 today.

    Cabinet Secretaries Briefing On Health Care Reform

  • World chronicles were based on these Christian and Empire concepts; histories of nonuniversal scope as well as local annals rested likewise on the Christian framework of time.

    PERIODIZATION IN HISTORY

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