noncertificated

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noncertificated

(ˌnɒnsəˈtɪfɪˌkeɪtɪd) or

noncertified

adj
not possessing a certificate, not certified
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com) carries free listings for certified (HERS, LEED, Energy Star, Built Green, Net Zero and others) as well as noncertified homes that have some green features such as solar panels, geothermal, energy-efficient windows and doors, water conservation devices, etc.
Additionally, a noncertified safe area version is also available.
Many of my colleagues were sending samples to noncertified labs as urethral samples, even though they were actually from the rectum or pharynx.
There are a lot of capable lawyers who mediate cases--to either a greater extent or a lesser extent--but are noncertified.
What 22-year-old, noncertified accounting major in an entry-level position and unencumbered by other duties or circumstances would turn down an offer of $324 for an hour of overtime?
amp;nbsp;The company is offering a noncertified version of the plane - the Valkyrie X - for $595,000.
In addition, CMAs earn one-third more than noncertified professionals and can earn more than $500,000 in present value terms over the course of their career.
Future research is warranted using a national sample of nurse educators, including CNE certified and noncertified faculty from all program levels, to explore differences in perceptions of certified and noncertified faculty and what factors motivate nurse educators toward certification.
Even still, too many students of color and poor students languish in schools that have high concentrations of noncertified and under-prepared teachers and a revolving door of novice principals.
Noncertified organic agriculture in developing countries is practiced by millions of indigenous people, peasants, and small family farms involved in subsistence and local market-oriented production.
There is even a noncertified, chip timed 3K Walk offering.
However all these four noncertified logging companies expressed interest in getting certified in the future.