noncommitment

noncommitment

(ˌnɒnkəˈmɪtmənt)
n
a lack of dedication or commitment to something
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The structure of the rule contributes to the limited gains in performance achieved relative to our earlier, noncommitment rules.
Some of the reasons that accounted for this number include lack of ethics, inefficiency, lack of compassion and care for patients, disrespectful attitude, and lack of proper supervision, noncommitment, inadequate knowledge base, and laziness.
The call comes amid Israelis' intransigence and noncommitment to international pacts, especially Geneva Convention IV relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, UAE Assistant Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Ahmad Abdulrahman Al-Garman told a consultative meeting for the Arab League's permanent representatives in Cairo.
They are just here as an excuse to avoid other things,' Jerry states and, thus contrasts their noncommitment to his commitment and progress.
On the other hand, a clear noncommitment to Taiwan might embolden Beijing to use military means against the island, creating a situation Washington wishes to avoid.
It's going to be tough for Julien to tinker with success and his noncommitment when asked if the steady, but unspectacular Ference was guaranteed a place in the lineup when healthy all but confirmed that.
As Andras Kovacs has demonstrated for the case of Hungary, a not insignificant part of "the Devil" might hide in the "Don't know/No answer" returns; in other words, the more sensitive and the more at stake the respondents perceive the issues to be, the more often they might seek refuge in noncommitment, thus avoiding returning to perceived "politically incorrect" answers.
Hence, the commitment or noncommitment of Christians and Muslims to dialogue has a massive affect on the entire world.
The minister said the other two reasons for the power cuts included overloads and the noncommitment of residents to rationalize consumption.
Life on the team for the initiate who opts out of the initiation can be isolating and traumatic; members who see their refusal as noncommitment marginalize them.
The non- performance and noncommitment by developed countries is hurting any meaningful dialogue," said Lumumba DEiping, Sudanese ambassador and coordinator of G- 77.