nonhome

nonhome

(ˌnɒnˈhəʊm)
adj
not of or related to the home
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Using these population limits, we can exclude nonhome rule cities that are in home rule states but that have not met the requirements for home rule authority.
He had since committed a nonhome burglary for which he was given a community order by magistrates, the court heard today.
Trip production is usually defined as the home end of a home based trip or the origin of a nonhome based trip, while trip attraction is defined as the nonhome end of a home based trip or the destination of a nonhome based trip.
Of 589 consecutive patients with HF who underwent rehabilitation, 323 met the inclusion criteria, but 210 patients were excluded later because of pacemaker operation during hospitalization (14), transfer to other departments (8), nonhome discharge (78), death during hospitalization (17), or difficulty to follow up for 90 days (93 patients).
It is for all needs at home, not just food; it excludes transportation and items needed for one's occupation, education and nonhome activities, which family income must also cover.
Admission to nonhome choices was limited by grade-specific capacities set by the district, with lotteries used to allocate students to oversubscribed schools.
She added: "I'm doing the nonhome nations for the group stages and then the first round of knockouts.
Second, the number of overseas subsidiaries whose immediate parent is not located in the MNE's home country is divided by the total number of foreign subsidiaries (NONHOME).
That 28 percent of Americans had zero or negative nonhome wealth in 2004, up from 25.7 percent in 1983, implies growing nonmortgage debt.
Otherwise, patients were more likely to be discharged to these nonhome settings if they had total function dependence, had high ASA class scores, had surgical complications, or lived in counties with lower nursing home bed occupancy rates.
SNIPPER 7x7 NONHOME EIDOLIC ESERINE ZONATED EMETINE RESECTS DOGGERELS 9x5 OVERVALUE MINIATURE INUNDATED CEASELESS ATHEROMA 8x6 THOLEPIN AERATING MISTRACE ANTEATER NEEDLERS NEWFANGLED 10x4 EXHILARATE EPIDEMICAL MOROSENESS ATHEROMA 8x6 THOLEPIN AERATING MISTRACE ANTEATER NEEDLESS METATHETICAL 12x3 AMELIORATIVE GENTLENESSES FEVERISH 8x6 ITERANCE BESOTTED BRIDLING ENCEINTE DEADNESS UNMETABOLIZED 13x2 NEURAMINIDASE The 7x7 answers the question posed in the introduction, as it is the (unique!) double square or rectangle having the largest area (49).
(228) Bang-Pedersen, supra note 199, at 430 ("The question is whether nonhome countries as a consequence should deny deference to the home country proceeding and instead adopt rules for local territorialist proceedings.