nonmainstream

nonmainstream

(ˌnɒnˈmeɪnˌstriːm)
adj
denoting someone or something not in the main current (of style, culture, etc)
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This frightens me to my core and makes me reflect on the implications for language and literacy professionals like me, and the students and families with nonmainstream identities like mine whom we serve in our schools and universities.
13 this year with 5Plus serving as an avenue for viewers to see 'nonmainstream' sports programs such as extreme sports and e-games.
Twitter provides a heterarchical space for all these types of organizations; nevertheless, the majority of activity on the platform derives from the operations of nonmainstream organizations (Dogu, 2017).
This is a particularly serious issue for the older (analog), less-popular, or nonmainstream music.
"We are also transforming alternative provision to improve outcomes for children in nonmainstream education, which is backed by a PS4m innovation fund."
He clinched a parliamentary seat after being defeated in the 2000 and 2008 general elections, in which he ran as a candidate of nonmainstream progressive parties.
'But then, without their consent, another group of people overran the island, took everything from the first inhabitants who became displaced, foreign, nonmainstream and marginalized.'
This volume introduces a plethora of nonmainstream phenomena across the entire Eastern bloc; "normal" people in this volume are by definition absent.
This quantity also appears in the nonmainstream attempt of quantum mechanics (the de Broglie-Bohm pilot wave theory [5] (in other context)) which interprets quantum mechanics as a deterministic nonlocal theory.
This difference, and knowing this difference, and knowing how to read for this difference, is more important to me than all of the other differences: East and West, spiritual and material, mainstream and nonmainstream, Chinese and not Chinese, etc.
Much scholarly work has been done in collecting and studying the lore, the traditional music, the dialects, and the customs of nonmainstream traditions in America, but they have received little media attention, except in highly adulterated and often quite caricatured forms.
Children's charity NSPCC is helping youngsters in nonmainstream establishments understand about different types of abuse so that they can get help if or when they need it.