nonacquisitive

nonacquisitive

(ˌnɒnəˈkwɪzɪtɪv)
adj
not acquisitive
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Coverage includes taxation of corporations and shareholders, elective passthrough for tax treatment, affiliated corporations, corporate acquisition techniques, nonacquisitive reorganizations, corporate attributes in reorganizations, and special rules to prevent avoidance of shareholder level tax.
with a nonacquisitive, nonrivalrous mimesis that does not scapegoat victims but identifies with them, in all these ways and means we will, in fact, be dotting the i's and crossing the t's.
that of pastoral; they were invoking the humane virtues of a simpler, more elemental, nonacquisitive existence, as a needed rebuke to the acquisitive, essentially materialistic compulsions of a society that from the outset was very much engaged in seeking wealth, power, and plenty on a continent whose prolific natural resources and vast acres of usable land, forests, and rivers were there for the taking.
a typically nonacquisitive chain, last year bought specialty pharmacy operator Option Care Inc.
Until recently, the main line of criticism of this vision and associated moral argument combined two related themes: first, it devalued the Indians' nonacquisitive, natural, respectful way of living lightly upon the land while conserving it; and second, it fostered imperialism and unjust conquest.
Worse, with the fading of greed, the nonacquisitive vices such as malice and revenge may come to center stage.
An investigation into acquisitive and nonacquisitive offenders in relation to moral development.
For the continued nonacquisitive nature of the Choctaw economy see Champagne, Social Order, 84-85, 128.
They would allow all people to have equal access to land, basic necessities, and political offices, as well as a new lifestyle in which people would use goods in a nonacquisitive and nonexclusive sense.