nondocumentary

nondocumentary

(ˌnɒnˌdɒkjʊˈmɛntərɪ)
n, pl -ries
1. (Film) a film or television programme not reflecting real life
2. (Broadcasting) a film or television programme not reflecting real life
adj
(Communications & Information) not related to written documents
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At a minimum, brokers would be required to retain descriptions for any documents relied upon, any nondocumentary methods, results of measures undertaken and any resolution of discrepancies as well as who performed the verification and the date the verification was performed, CBP said.
Not content to have just one project on Bundy, he was also working on this, his first nondocumentary drama since 2000's 'Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows.' His career being mostly focused on true crime documentaries, that style is evident here: the handheld camerawork, the actual news reports and relevant historical footage spliced in...
His 2011 debut, Margin Call, was by far the best nondocumentary movie inspired by the 2008 financial crisis.
The movie, directed by Spike Lee, was the first nondocumentary film given permission to film in Mecca and Denzel was nominated for an Oscar for his strong performance.
how much longer are they going to force-feed us these nondocumentary con-jobs?
(281) But nondocumentary chattels might also be elevated to the status of papers.
(228.) By referring to flaws "on any record or paper" that may interfere with the vote, Congress declined to create a specific statutory remedy for the array of nondocumentary glitches that impact every election.
Meditating on what Kees Bakker and others have called the documentary 'contract' between producers and consumers, documentary becomes something more than fiction dressed up as truth; though 'never an ontological fact', documentary asserts the relevance of its reality inscriptions via its thorough 'polemical assault on the nondocumentary' (p45).
Yet the treatment of nondocumentary notes in the manual is so very skimpy that some of the appendicular advice could have been usefully retained and moved to join that treatment.
(191) She points to her "brief foray" into the problem of mail-order brides (five pages, more than half of which discuss several nondocumentary movies on the subject) as an example of how the analysis of sexual citizenship she developed might be deployed when formal legal citizenship is at stake.
Nondocumentary information that may be relevant to the patentability determination, such as sales or public use of the invention, will not be considered.