noninvolvement


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non·in·volve·ment

 (nŏn′ĭn-vŏlv′mənt)
n.
1. Lack of emotional involvement.
2. Failure or refusal to become involved, especially in the affairs of another nation; nonintervention.

noninvolvement

(ˌnɒnɪnˈvɒlvmənt)
n
(Psychology) psychol emotional detachment
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GE, Pepsico, Tiffany) and see ads from equally large companies mentioning their environmentally friendly activities, it draws my attention to how CPAs can become involved Citing some previous failures as the reason for noninvolvement is not the way to think, especially when there are many more successes of CPAs' involvement in inchoate areas, such as computers and technology, human resources, employee benefits, transfer pricing, tax planning, and myriad other types of consulting.
The prudence of a family's noninvolvement in politics was perhaps an antidote to the birth of political dynasties.
Notwithstanding the atrocity of the horrible incident that occurred, and regardless of Pakistan government's noninvolvement, how I wish the Indian allegations to have been true.
Though progress is being made in the field of science and technology in Pakistan effective application modern SandT research to achieve the desired results in almost all fields is stall a distant dream mainly due to the multiple factors especially information gap lack of awareness ineffective coordi nation concerted research activities and noninvolvement of end users.
Because of Warid s noninvolvement in the license bidding process, the company s users are now concerned that they can experience 3G or 4G service only after relocating to another network operator.
But the true culprit is an inability to recognize that Lebanon can only confront the crisis in Syria with a united stand and a commitment to noninvolvement.
Van Persie isn't travelling to Asia on Arsenal's pre-season tour, though the Gunners were keen to stress his noninvolvement was due to the striker having only trained for four days since returning from holiday.
In part 1, the author describes a classification system based on the connection between agency and structure, broken down into categories of forced and voluntary migration, involvement or noninvolvement with slave labor, and likely or unlikely reunification with family.
Occupy protester Max Berger, who is a member of the OWS direct action working group, said the feds are not honest about their noninvolvement in the raids.
Wanting to reassure Alyson that her father is really okay, Blink violates his own rules of noninvolvement and is suddenly in deeper than he anticipates as she convinces him to help her.
During the radio show, Montgomery discussed "the solvency that credit unions enjoy because of the governance of a volunteer board, the conservative nature of investments and noninvolvement of predatory lending.
And there is no better measure of Iran's genuine commitment to human rights than the way it treats its largest religious minority, the 300,000-member Baha'i community of Iran, who are by their religious principles committed to nonviolence and noninvolvement in politics.