nonexpert


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nonexpert

(ˌnɒnˈɛkspɜːt)
n
a person who is not an expert
adj
relating to a person who is not an expert
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I'm not a fashion expert but here are some nonexpert suggestions:
These are "naive readings," which suggests they are readings not as the experts would present to their fellow experts but readings that an intelligent, patient, attentive nonexpert would give when approaching texts known to be complex and elusive.
Since the Bautista couple were her friends, she became engrossed in the news and simply had to keep on voicing her comments-and that, in our friend's nonexpert medical opinion, was how the bad evening news had helped his mom recover her power of speech.
They are becoming more intuitive, in order to encourage adoption by nonexpert users.
However, this book motivates the nonexpert to continue her education in the theatre of early nineteenth-century Britain.
Their role in Western societies is to complete the routine, nonexpert, tasks (e.
Standing on a balcony overlooking the piece, the architect explained that the form emerged from years of research into simple, sturdy structures that could be built cheaply by nonexpert labor, with prospective applications in housing, infrastructure, and beyond.
Using narratives and storytelling to communicate science with nonexpert audiences.
The nonexpert sample included last-semester undergraduate seniors pursuing counselor training upon graduation.
With chapters that illuminate the social, cultural, religious, economic, political, and medical histories of early nineteenth-century New England, the book gives expert and nonexpert readers alike a lush context for interpreting the women's unconventional relationship.
Whereas a knowledgeable data miner or domain expert can rightly be expected to exercise caution when required (for example, around misleading conclusions supposedly supported by the data), the nonexpert may benefit from some judicious assistance.
This can make for good reading but leaves the nonexpert reader unsure as to what is credible and what is not.