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nonelective

(ˌnɒnɪˈlɛktɪv)
adj
relating to a position that is appointed and not filled by electionrelating to something that is required or mandatory
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Adj.1.nonelective - filled by appointment rather than by election; "a nonelective office"
appointed, appointive - subject to appointment
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It is worth noting at this point the contrast between a dishonest candidate and a candid nonelective official.
According to Lander, an employer with a SIMPLE IRA is required to contribute each year either a matching contribution up to 3 percent of compensation or a 2 percent nonelective contribution for each eligible employee.
Amounts attributable to QNECs and QMACs may be distributed from a 403(b) plan only to the extent that the hardship is a permitted distributable event for such nonelective savings.
The IRS recently approved an employer's proposal to offer a "student loan repayment nonelective contribution" under its 401(k) plan.
Figures from the Welsh Government, through a Freedom of Information request, show that 90,118 nonelective operations in total were postponed between April 2017 and March 2018 among the seven health boards - including nearly half cancelled at short notice.
Figures from the Welsh Government, through a Freedom of Information request, show that 90,118 nonelective operations in total were postponed between April 2017 and March 2018 between the seven health boards - including nearly half cancelled at short notice.
The type of surgery was categorized into elective and nonelective. Nonelective surgeries included treatment of trauma and infection.
An employer must match each employee's salary reduction contribution dollar-for-dollar up to 3% of the employee' compensation or make a nonelective contribution of 2% of an eligible employee's compensation (up to $275,000 for 2018), regardless of whether the employee makes a salary reduction contribution.
Section 2, on patient characteristics, includes examining the literature according to the patient's elective (inpatient or outpatient) or nonelective (urgency) status.
The best-fit model (BIC -61509, AIC -61474) classified the patient population (n = 16,973) into 2 groups based on their nonelective readmissions: Group 1 (82.0%) and Group 2 (18%) (Figure 1).
Yes, adding azithromycin to the usual antibiotic protocol in nonelective c-sections reduces infections.
Our second question was whether elective hospital admissions are associated with the same negative cognitive outcomes as nonelective (emergent or urgent) admissions," Dr.