Definitions

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  • adjective Lacking the right to vote.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ voting

Examples

  • The trend towards nonvoting from the mid-1960s to 1996 is evident in every section of the country, but the South has led with a decrease of 11 percent The extent of youth nonvoting in the South has, up to this point, not been quantified.

    Young Voters Flee the Polls

  • A Southam-Torstar deal; a Canadian Tire; a Seagram attempt to bring in nonvoting shares; a predatory takeover of a subsidiary (Dominion Glass, Keeprite, etc.) are all at the expense of my clients and diminish my performance.

    Shareholder Democracy

  • To make the fee less onerous, banks would be allowed to pay with assets other than cash, such as nonvoting shares.

    U.K. Nears Deal to Cap Bank Losses

  • In the election as a whole, the overall rate of "nonvoting" in the Fifth District was only 6 percent, and 6 percent of 552 ballots is only 33, not 132.

    Shame on Them! CA. Election Officials Attack Their Chief

  • In his statement Friday, he assured banks that the government would acquire only "nonvoting" shares.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • In his remarks on Friday, he carefully noted that the government would acquire only "nonvoting" shares in companies.

    Debsweb

  • In exchange for providing capital, the government would demand some kind of nonvoting minority stake.

    The Housing Bubble Blog

  • In his remarks on Friday, he carefully noted that the government would acquire only "nonvoting" shares in companies.

    Angry Bear

  • (ii) by inserting 'nonvoting' before 'member'; and

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  • But LIRR conductor Vincent Tessitore Jr., a nonvoting board member, said Mr. Kay was overlooking the risks of rowdy passengers.

    A Ride Home, Anonymously

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