noninstitutional


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Adj.1.noninstitutional - not institutional
institutional - organized as or forming an institution; "institutional religion"
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Under the new license, Greenstone will be able to carry out fund placement activities for its clients by registering funds with the SCA and providing international and local investment options for institutional and noninstitutional investors in the UAE.
* Average drive time to a specific VA medical facility: 30-minute average drive time for primary care, mental health and noninstitutional extended care services; 60-minute average drive time for specialty care.
There are many specialty solutions to consider when designing for this population, such as creating anti-ligature environments in noninstitutional ways.
We used five types of events for this analysis: jail incarceration, medical and psychiatric hospitalization, unstable government housing (homeless shelter system, supported or transitional single room occupancy), stable government housing (public housing, NY/NT III, other government-subsidized housing programs), and noninstitutional stay (e.g., independent housing, street homelessness, and residence outside of NYC).
The employment-to-population ratio is the proportion of the age-eligible civilian noninstitutional population that is employed.
Drawing on the O-S-R-O-R (Orientation-Stimulus-Reasoning-Orientation-Response) model (Shah et al., 2007), this study focuses on how traditional news media use and online alternative media use connect to institutional and noninstitutional forms of political participation.
([dagger]) Based on a sample of visits to emergency departments in noninstitutional general and short-stay hospitals, exclusive of federal, military, and Veterans Administration hospitals, located in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Data from the Current Population Survey (CPS) show that veterans ages 18 and over who previously served on active duty made up 8.5 percent of the civilian noninstitutional population in 2016.
Are these centers, many of which are not accredited, safe choices for women who are looking for a noninstitutional birth experience?
The second is the labor force participation rate--the percentage of the civilian noninstitutional population ages 16 and older that is working or actively seeking work.
Noninstitutional corrections expenditures (probation, parole, administration, community corrections and employee training) made up 20.4 to 27.3 percent of states' correctional budgets.