nonpaying


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nonpaying

(ˌnɒnˈpeɪɪŋ)
adj
(of guests, customers, etc) not expected or requested to pay
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There are other contributory factors to the problems in this sector, namely abnormally high levels of borrowing relating to care home property purchases and the fall in the number of residents able to pay their own fees leaving heavy reliance on local authority funding for nonpaying residents.
ILC has been accommodating a number of nonpaying students and those who are unable to afford to get the help they need.
The Texas House voted 91-48 to disqualify any governor's big donors from appointments to state boards and commissions - an effort to end the practice of putting some of the most prestigious nonpaying jobs in state government in the hands of people who give big donations.
According to the company, the functionality has the potential to minimize container losses and also help prevent the risk of servicing nonpaying accounts.
It also noticed the disparity between paying and nonpaying participants.
That way, they'll be on the lookout for nonpaying "dumpers" too.
THE foreigner J Hampton believes that it is all right to spend multi millions of our money on treating nonpaying foreigners on our NHS (Letters, May 23).
writer starts to work on some of his nonpaying work, for instance,
I wondered how many of the nonpaying guests were watching the match on TV in the comfort of their hotel rooms while the ordinary golfer tramped the course in support of our team.
Use of protection with nonpaying partners remained low, fewer that 30% of sex acts.
At the end of the profile of Knight Kiplinger in the last issue, where he discussed strategies such as "monetizing" the nonpaying reader through advertising sales on the Kiplinger website, we reported that when he got into the business "many newsletter publishers enjoyed the freedom from advertisers it provided.
Over the years, the Winegars said they've seen the nonpaying music lovers from the amphitheater.