nonindustry

nonindustry

(ˌnɒnˈɪndəstrɪ)
adj
not related to a particular industry
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Trade press subscriptions for nonindustry personnel tend to be cost prohibitive, but most university libraries do subscribe to major media trades.
My best estimate of illicit rates over the past five years draws from multiple sources including Nielsen audit data, industry estimates, and personal communications with nonindustry experts.
The study was supported by the European Union, the French Institute of Public Health, the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the Karolinska Institutet, and other nonindustry sources.
While this year's program is the first to offer broad access to the convention for general fans, it's not the first time nonindustry individuals could enter the show.
However, appointments of certain nonindustry interests, such as Native American tribal members or conservationists, are required for some Councils.
Among the many diseases and health conditions that nonindustry studies identified as associated with glyphosate are Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and autism, since Roundup has been shown to instigate aluminum accumulation in the brain.
The survey underwent Institutional Review Board examination at Oregon State University (OSU), and was pretested by 12 nonindustry participants and revised based on the questionnaire itself (i.e., length, layout, format, sequence of questions) and specific questions (i.e., ambiguity, unfamiliar terminology) (Hunt et al.
required "which can work purely over dedicated idea of preaching brands knowledge and acquaintances, which can be able for both industry and nonindustry counselling".
Makers of these two potent antivirals--and some nonindustry experts (18,19)--argue that the high price tag can be justified by dollars saved in curing a chronic disease that will ultimately cost more as it gets worse, requiring HCV salvage therapy, treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma, and maybe liver transplantation (which costs more than a half-million dollars).
42), nonindustry investment in research and development (No.
According to an August report by the Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s global investment research unit, assets invested in reinsurance by nonindustry investors rose 800% to $45 billion as of June 30, 2013--from just $5 billion in 2005.