nonconsumer

nonconsumer

(ˌnɒnkənˈsjuːmə)
n
(Commerce) a person who refrains from using or purchasing certain resources, products, or services
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Arbitration's Summer Soldiers: An Empirical Study of Arbitration Clauses in Consumer and Nonconsumer Contracts, 41 U.
At the same time, under the FDA Act of 2009, the manufacture, importation, exportation, sale, offer for sale, distribution, transfer, nonconsumer use, promotion, advertising or sponsorship of food products without proper authorization from the agency is prohibited.
Regarding student debt as nonconsumer one for particular unlucky and trustworthy postgraduate debtors may enable the bankruptcy system to stabilize the concern of the prospects of the students (Radulescu, 2013) with possible misapplications in the system.
This could be because women tend to make new friends or remake contact with people who do not consume, whereas men have more trouble making new nonconsumer friends, to which is added the lack of family support (Neale et al.
Table 2: Distribution of children according to dietary habits (n = 3,000) Anemia Dietary habits Total Y N P OR (95%CI) Vegetables Nonconsumer 310 40 270 <0.
5) Alcohol consumption has been divided into nonconsumer and consumer.
Comparing consumer and nonconsumer provided case management services for homeless persons with serious mental illness.
With these caveats, at least for modest regulations and reforms, such an approach may be feasible even in the nonconsumer financial context.
Such questions are for the most part tangential, however, as Club Red is first and foremost a study of the growth of institutions and the power of consumer forces in a seemingly nonconsumer society.
2]), waist circumference (cm), physical activity (inactive, moderately inactive, moderately active, active), smoking (never, former, current <20 U/day, current [greater than or equal to]20 U/day), education (vocational school or less, technical school, university), prevalent hypertension (yes/no), and consumption of alcoholic beverages (women: nonconsumer, >0-6 g/day, >6-12 g/day, >12 g/day; men: nonconsumer, >0-12 g/day, >12-24 g/day, >24 g/day), coffee (cups/ day), red meat (g/day), and whole-grain bread (g/day).