nonmeeting

nonmeeting

(ˌnɒnˈmiːtɪŋ)
n
a gathering that does not constitute a meeting
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The hectic schedules of people; the cost and availability of the fruits and vegetables themselves; the seasonal and geographical availability; and perceptions on the value of fruits and vegetables as food sources greatly contributed to the nonmeeting of the recommendations, Randolph said.
Steinbeck's nonmeeting with the actor near Alice is not an honest slip-up or a one-off case of poetic license.
The nonmeeting of reconstructivist and feminist minds occurs not just because science and technology studies has but a toehold in women's, gender, or feminist studies, or that feminist theorists just haven't read enough actor-network theory.
The society also holds special events throughout the year at nonmeeting times and places.
Only members John Ferraro, Mike Feuer, Mike Hernandez, Joel Wachs and Nick Pacheco showed up for the speech - delivered on the council's nonmeeting day.
Successful leaders are more visible and involved, promote cohesion and involvement, support members' planning and decision making, and provide opportunities to participate in nonmeeting activities.