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non-political

[ˌnɒnpəˈlɪtɪkəl] ADJapolítico
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The Duke of Dorset, who entertained for his party, gave a great dinner that night at Dorset House, and towards its close the Prince of Saxe Leinitzer, who was almost the only non-political guest, moved up to his host in response to an eager summons.
A murderous attempt on a restaurant or a theatre would suffer in the same way from the suggestion of non-political passion: the exasperation of a hungry man, an act of social revenge.
Political or non-political opponents could be involved in these attacks,' he added.
Barangay elections are supposed to be non-partisan and non-political as per Omnibus Election ruling.
PML-N's central media coordinator Mohammad Mehdi called for a change in behaviour of political parties and avoiding any non-political step that could worsen the situation.
Lashing out at the un-elected elements within political parties and especially within his own party, he said that decisions imposed by non-political elements within parties could never improve their stature.
The decisions of those who are non-political do not improve the reputation of political parties," said Nisar.
The judge also asked to appoint a non-political lawyer in his court.
Reacting to Mayawati's "Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) should have selected a name from a non-political background which will be better" remark, NCP leader Majeed Memon said the former cannot openly oppose a Dalit candidate so she went the other way.
Two of the four pages were devoted to hijacking the campaign against the closure of the HRI's A&E, originally set up as a non-political campaign by Karl Deitch to keep our town's A & E open.
Karachi -- Lawmakers belonging to PML-N and MQM-Pakistan (MQM-P) passed a resolution against PTI Chief Imran Khan for his 'irresponsible, non-political and misguiding attitude' to the nation.
This emphasis reduces non-political entries; even entries on culture, for instance, are often selected based on their political importance.