non-involvement


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Related to non-involvement: call on, aided, To take in, allows for, finalised, took over
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Noun1.non-involvement - withdrawing from the activities of a group
group action - action taken by a group of people
isolation - a country's withdrawal from international politics; "he opposed a policy of American isolation"
neutrality - nonparticipation in a dispute or war
involvement, participation, involution, engagement - the act of sharing in the activities of a group; "the teacher tried to increase his students' engagement in class activities"
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Neither does it seem to have occurred to Ibbitson or the Globe editors that they're a little late with their alarm and fears for the non-involvement of the Canadian courts in political questions.
When asked why they are giving them away, as Tsunamika could be made into a powerful brand, Uma replied, "Tsunamika's success lies in the dolls' non-involvement of money in business terms.
Fifth: Our racism is expressed in less obvious and subtle ways like indifference, non-involvement, neglect and distancing.
But that idea was blown away by the mysterious, and never fully explained, non-involvement of Quirke in the Comedy Connections programme that featured the sit-com.
He is described as "a leading spokesman for non-involvement" in World War II, and as an "isolationist" The fact is that Henry Ford accepted an award from the German government in July 1938, the Grand Cross of the Supreme Order of the German Eagle.
The report says that once Mr Robinson became non-executive chairman he 'erred on the side of non-involvement to the extent that, after he stood down as chief executive, he did not lead or seek to advise or influence for the good as perhaps as much as he should have done.
Although most employees today believe all jobs are temporary, non-involvement is especially prevalent among younger workers.
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo warned that all foreign nationals involved in terrorist conspiracies would be expelled or arrested and urged the MILF to prove its non-involvement in the Davao bombings.
Did non-involvement signify successful resistance or were villages simply waiting for a more propitious time to become engaged?
Many have found their way back to AAUG after years of non-involvement.
"It's limited to non-involvement in Rebsamen business for two years, which I intend to honor," Herget says, with a wry smile.
A pattern of non-involvement among Class I physicians continues to emerge when asked whether they would contact public health officials to deal with the deplorable conditions found in nearby nursing home.

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