nonauthor

nonauthor

(ˌnɒnˈɔːθə)
n
a person who is not an author
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The MRI examinations were performed using the Hitachi, Open, 2009 (0.4 T) device and interpreted by an operator with considerable experience (nonauthor contributor).
The first author and one nonauthor initially coded all of the studies, resolving differences in coding by consensus.
Radiological assessments by a nonauthor third party orthopaedic surgeon were completed on 141 TKA that had sufficient follow-up films for examination.
4 commentary in Science, "It is very bad scientific and ethical practice to have a nonauthor write the first draft" of a published article.
Having found himself in this throng-crush, this people-nonpeople, our still young, nonauthor of Being and Nothingness takes to summoning loneliness withhis whole soul: O!
A FidoNet Standards Committee (now FTSC) was formed in 1986 by the then-active software authors, chaired by a nonauthor. The FTSC collects and publishes documents called FSCs, which are similar to the IETF's RFCs.
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Here, four identically sized square canvases (each defined by the individual logo of one of the nonauthors) were accompanied by a large, billboard-type construction.
All input from nonauthors would be cross-validated through a program matching names with users' authorization numbers.