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  • n. Plural form of nonvictim.

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Examples

  • Three studies in 2006 and 2007 of identified investment-fraud victims and randomly selected participants — carried out by the Finra foundation, WISE Senior Services of Los Angeles and AARP Washington State — found that victims of investment fraud tend to be better educated than nonvictims, have higher incomes and have been investing for a decade or more.

    Fraud Doesn't Always Happen to Someone Else

  • They are the nonvictims of crimes that did not happen because the violent criminal who might have attacked them was behind bars.

    Lessons Of Pop Jordan's Death

  • Such demands dominate political agendas; they are psychological taxes levied by professional victims against nonvictims who have inherited guilt.

    The Journey Up From Guilt

  • GARABEDIAN: I've heard from victims from around the country, from nonvictims from around the country.

    CNN Transcript Jun 19, 2003

  • "Most research shows female victims having higher levels of anxiety and school problems than nonvictims," Stith said.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • "Most research shows female victims having higher levels of depression, anxiety and school problems than nonvictims," Stith said.

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