noninitiate

noninitiate

(ˌnɒnɪˈnɪʃɪət; nɒnɪˈnɪʃɪˌeɪt)
n
a person who has not been initiated
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Burdin's process of "performing" himself into the gallery system depends on his aping art-world postures that might seem opaque to the noninitiate.
For example, revenue "going south" to the noninitiate might summon up images of $100 bills headed toward Miami.
The noninitiate must read the catalogue to know that, say, Rem Koolhaas's Rotterdam, Netherlands, high-fise is a communal facility or to understand that Peter Eisenman's blocks are the model for a biology center.
Initiates into the Santeria priesthood must wear only bright white clothing, and forgo alcohol, parties, dancing, being photographed, touching adult noninitiates, and enjoying public spaces.
Filtering out the outrage from noninitiates may help us get a clearer picture of the prosperity gospel movement and reveal more about the beliefs and desires of believers.
Thus, jargon is only a problem for the specialist who wants to cross over and speak to noninitiates about his field.
he is also the perfect tour guide for noninitiates.
This was always intended to be the second limb of Twining's project,(6) but it is also the first book from the new evidence movement designed to be picked up by noninitiates and used for teaching.