nonhostile

nonhostile

(ˌnɒnˈhɒstaɪl)
adj
not hostile or threatening
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(167) The priming process is "capable of operating automatically without the individual's intent or awareness." (168) However, the strength of the effect depends on the relevance and applicability of the primed concepts to the person or situation under consideration--for instance, priming hostility would not influence judgments about clearly nonhostile behavior.
More secondary reasons put forth by the coalition include the supportive stance of Qatar-affiliated Al Jazeera Network toward the Arab Spring rebellions (Barnard & Kirkpatrick, 2017) and Qatar's nonhostile relations with Iran (Roberts, 2017).
Hernandez's statement was but one fact among many to be considered in determining the overall tenor of Azua's interaction with the officers, which was decidedly casual, nonhostile and noncoercive.
Figure 7 depicts traces from a hostile and nonhostile trial, respectively.
Finally, creating a warm, nonhostile learning environment, where people mutually respect one another, creates a strong model for teacher candidates.
According to Tepper (2000, 2007), abusive leadership is defined as employees' perception of the extent to which a leader engages in verbal and nonverbal behaviors that are hostile or unfriendly, intimidating, displeasing, or upsetting (nonhostile).
NGCP officials said they had given uncooperative landowners a deadline and have tried a nonhostile approach but if they continue to be uncooperative then the transmission operator will have to seek the help of the police and the army.
The operation was considered a victory with the surprisingly low total of 145 service members dying in combat and 225 lives claimed by nonhostile actions.
As in the past, China seeks a long-term friendly or at least nonhostile bordering area around itself.
This offers Worcester State nonhostile expansion, while becoming part of our coming new upscale downtown.
Research Serv., RS22452, United States Military Casualty Statistics: Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom l, 4 (2009) (noting that over 31, 102 were injured but that there were also 36, 106 nonhostile medical air transports).
But, like the White House, the group agreed on the need for engagement and "off-ramps" that open a path for Russia to accept a sovereign but nonhostile Ukraine.