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non·un·ion

 (nŏn-yo͞on′yən)
adj.
1. Not belonging to a labor union: nonunion plumbers.
2. Not recognizing or dealing with a labor union or employing union members: a nonunion shop.
n.
The failure of a fractured bone to heal normally.

nonunion

(nɒnˈjuːnjən)
adj
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not belonging or related to a trade union: nonunion workers.
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not favouring or employing union labour: a nonunion shop.
3. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) not produced by union labour: nonunion shirts.
n
(Pathology) pathol failure of broken bones or bone fragments to heal

non•un•ion

(nɒnˈyun yən)

adj.
1. not belonging to a labor union.
2. not recognizing or accepting labor unions: a nonunion factory.
3. not produced by union workers.
[1860–65]
non•un′ion•ist, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nonunion - not belonging to or not allowing affiliation with a trade union; "nonunion carpenters"; "a nonunion contractor"
union - of trade unions; "the union movement"; "union negotiations"; "a union-shop clause in the contract"
Translations

nonunion

[ˌnɒnˈjuːnjən] adj (workers, labour) → non appartenente al sindacato

nonunion

adj (ortho) no consolidado; — fracture pseudoartrosis or seudoartrosis f (form), fractura no consolidada, fractura que no ha sanado
References in classic literature ?
There were many nonunion men among the Lithuanians, and with these he would labor and wrestle in prayer, trying to show them the right.
The contractors, evidently prepared for such happening, immediately filled the places of the concrete men with nonunion Italians.
Most of that work was handled by nonunion or open shop firms who don't require their subcontractors to be unionized.
In this case report, we describe a rare clinical situation of acute arterial thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) after osteosynthesis, using an intramedullary Knowles pin, to treat nonunion of a midshaft clavicular fracture.
In 1951, Gavril Baranovichi Ilizarov with the concept of distraction osteogenesis described his technique of external applicators in the management of nonunion.
All nonunions are a function of severity, location and disease comorbidity and while risk factor interaction is complex, a new study reports that it may become possible to predict nonunion based on the patient-specific presentation of risk factors.
Objective: This study aimed to investigate the impact on nonunion of the extent of comminution and postoperative displacement in patients surgically treated for subtrochanteric fractures.
This treatment was based on the old literature that considered that clavicle is an accessory bone in the body and complications like nonunion and malunions have no adverse effects and are of radiographic interest only.
Nonunion occurs in approximately 5 to 25 percent of scaphoid fractures [1, 2] and appears to be correlated with severity of injury, with displaced fractures displaying higher rates than nondisplaced ones [3, 4].
Lane County government set off a minor firestorm last month when it proposed pay raises - some hefty - for almost all nonunion staff, to reward them after several years in which the county had kept the pay of a number of its senior managers and supervisors almost flat.
employed Americans who report being members of labor unions are significantly less likely than nonunion employees to say they are "completely satisfied" with six of 13 job aspects.
Nonunion of long bones is often associated with a significant loss of function of affected extremity, joint stiffness, muscular atrophy, diffuse osteopenia, and even extremity amputation or systemic manifestations in the case of infection.