nonexploitation

nonexploitation

(ˌnɒnˌɛksplɔɪˈteɪʃən)
n
the state of not exploiting or gaining through exploitive means
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Chitin is extracted with high efficiency, however there are disadvantages such as the generation of new waste (acidic and basic solutions containing proteins and minerals) and the nonexploitation of possible by-products (carotenoid pigments and protein and mineral content).
However, as Terranova (2000) initially indicated, it is equally important to emphasize that autonomy is not a necessary guarantee of nonexploitation.
Speaking at the third meeting of the Friends of the Syrian People International Working Group on Sanctions, Hajri said Qatar has taken steps to ensure nonexploitation of the Qatari financial system by the Syrian regime in funding its brutal actions or its attempts to circumvent the sanctions applied by the Friends of the Syrian people.
For Benedict, creation contains a grammar that sets forth criteria for nonexploitation of the natural environment.
In recent years, the Report has hosted a lively scholarly conversation about moral justification and informed decision-making in clinical research, including exposition of the moral norms of research, reexaminations of voluntariness and paternalism in research decision-making, and comparisons of equipoise and nonexploitation.
N Nonuse of pivotal sprays and nonexploitation of underground waters for irrigation of plants in case of shortage of rainfall and during dry season.
For a discussion of nonexploitation of technology (including suppression by a monopolist) against the backdrop of U.
To a smaller extent the respondents cited issues concerning financial help, nonexploitation of the problem of drugs, help from the church, the need for places for the meetings of the groups and official recognition of the NA.
An ecumenical approach has room for both positive duties to those in dire need and negative principles of reciprocity, fairness, and nonexploitation.
A Very Natural Thing," one of the first nonexploitation gay-themed indies, and Neil Young music doc "Journey Through the Past" is among releases.
The capital investment in the delineation process must not be so great that it forecloses nondevelopment or nonexploitation as a viable option in choosing alternative uses of the environment containing the reservoir.
159) The second advance embodied in antiproperty is a fleshing out of a new category of entitlement--a veto entitlement that ensures nonuse and nonexploitation by virtue of its part in an anticommons.