nonbuying

nonbuying

(ˌnɒnˈbaɪɪŋ)
adj
not buying or purchasing
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Despite this, or perhaps because of it, the moldy nook gained a reputation as a reasonably secure place to smoke pot, and subsequently became a gathering spot for those (largely young) nonbuying visitors, there by fortune or happenstance, to whom the blue-chip offerings twenty feet up did not call out quite as loudly.
So I asked the group to go back and interview those nonbuying shoppers.
An inflated-price issuance transfers value from buying shareholders to nonbuying shareholders pro rata.
To see how an inflated-price equity issuance transfers value to insiders (and, incidentally, to other nonbuying shareholders), consider again ABC Corporation (ABC).
101) At some point, the marginal cost of additional nonbuying customers offsets such benefits, but the findings suggest modest levels of free riding may benefit a brick-and-mortar retailer by stimulating purchases by other consumers.
Here the buying or nonbuying public decides who provides the better argument and reasons.
Thousands of nonbuying Americans are mobilizing for peace demonstrations in late October.
1) What is the share of inaccurate nonbuyers among the total nonbuying respondents?
Including inaccurate reports of buying by nonconverting requesters results in bloated buyer/requester ratios; market researchers reporting the seemingly good news of conversion ratios of 45, 55, and even 65 percent may be relying on ratios bloated by reports of purchases by nonbuying requesters, as well as telescoping respondents.
Because the survey respondents were not limited to people who were actually interested in buying a car, the survey may overstate racial differences in information among the car buying public if nonbuying blacks are relatively less informed than nonbuying whites.
And a lot of the feedback comes from people whose principal responsibility is to the nonbuying public.
Rather than being a drain on resources, light and nonbuying households consistently contribute to the bottom line, especially for growing brands.