nonconcurrence

nonconcurrence

(ˌnɒnkənˈkʌrəns)
n
(Mathematics) maths rare a property in which lines or rays do not intersect or touch each other

non•con•cur•rence

(ˌnɒn kənˈkɜr əns, -ˈkʌr-)

n.
refusal or failure to concur.
[1685–95]
non`con•cur′rent, adj., n.
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Tanada's resolution of nonconcurrence with the treaty won.
A good model today is the secretary of defense's deployment orders process, which fully and fairly represents nonconcurrence or the dissent of affected combatant commands and services.
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In Boutin's text, they are not questions for which certain answers are provided; rather, these questions are points of nonconcurrence and contestation among authors and artists in their portrayals of noisy peddlers.
On July 29 (an eternity ago, as measured in blogosphere years!) we agreed on the starting point: to speak with one voice it's first necessary to be of one mind (no one wrote in to disagree, and as that post suggested, there should be no nonconcurrence through silence ...).
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However ponderous their production may be, NIEs have the advantage of reflecting formal concurrence or nonconcurrence from the heads of relevant intelligence agencies.
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This letter of nonconcurrence was one of three choices available to the group; the other two were either a letter of concurrence or a letter of concurrence with reservation.
The SecDef could still forward nominations despite the DCI's nonconcurrence as long as he/she included a statement of the DCI's nonconcurrence in the recommendation.
nonconcurrence) ("Selection of only those jurors who do not mind