non-academic

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non-academic

[ˈnonˌækəˈdemɪk] ADJ [staff] → no docente
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In my opinion, IMRT is now a mature product, at the point where a department like ours, in a non-academic, non-teaching hospital, can pick it up and use it.
THE Government is planning a new award to boost the esteem of non-academic achievements by teenagers.
An interesting sidelight to these social activities was that for most of us non-academic and indeed nonliterary poets in the sense of the American scene at the time, the painters were the only generous audience for our poetry, and most of us read first publicly in art galleries or at The Club.
For all his painstaking research, Pendergrast's skill as a non-academic historian shines best when he reaches the modern New World through his often-witty descriptions of an industry dominated by imperialistic traditions, sexism, and blinded, arrogant leaders.
If you're looking for values, consider the majority of teachers who spend their own time and money mentoring students, sponsoring non-academic class activities, all the while attempting to deal with the most undisciplined generation ever to enter public education.
The authors--two from Carleton University and two from McGill University--draw one immediate distinction between the types and uses of writing found in the academic and non-academic milieux: in the former, "writing calls attention to itself and, more often than not, is regarded in isolation from the larger social and communicative action to which it is so intrinsically bound.
National Bishops' Committee on Doctrine, was not mollified: "Just the idea of even suggesting any kind of oversight by non-academic people in the academic operations of a university--Catholic or not--is odious to anybody in an academic institution.
HMOs make higher payments to major teaching hospitals than to non-academic centers, according to a study by The Medstat Group.
Further, the relative importance of the size of the university non-academic social program network, student participation in the program network, and function of the university non-academic programs is unknown.
In point of fact, it was assumed by many that the individual's functional limitations associated with SLD were often considered irrelevant or were ignored completely in the non-academic, adult world of employment (Berkeley, 1989).
Contract notice: framework agreement for the acquisition of non-academic cultural media - lot 7: audiovisual and video games

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