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nonnational

(ˌnɒnˈnæʃənəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not national, not a citizen of a (specified) state or nation
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is not a citizen of a (specified) state or nation
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You will remember how thrilled we were to be chosen as the first-ever nonnational charity to benefit from this year's Miss England campaign and, over the weeks, we have shared with you our excitement as the fundraising totals and stories from the finalists started to pour in.
(66) A variation of this approach would be to follow a rebuttable presumption against such injunctions, but allow them under some narrow circumstances, where class actions or other nonnational remedies are not appropriate.
At the same time, however, people also increasingly defined themselves by their nonnational attributes, such as gender, ethnicity, race, religion, education or age.
Support for nonnational libraries will be provided through continued funding for the Scottish Library and Information Council of PS655k.
"This way, the real and full funding level of the DPWH is reflected clearly, unlike today when MVUC spending is segregated and treated as a nonnational budget expenditure," Andaya said.
Currently, the road tax 'is segregated and treated as a nonnational budget expenditure,' which opens it to corruption, Andaya said.
First, blood unit collections described in this report only represent units collected by the NBTS, and do not account for units collected in the private sector or by nonnational blood transfusion services.
Potential questions and concerns that have been highlighted include: Are stateless people denied housing because the person is perceived as a nonnational? Do stateless individuals face intimidation by local authorities because of perceived differences?
Rough Waters describes in interesting detail the intentional use of nonnational flags as a means to mislead, to dissuade, and often to evade pursuit by navies and other authorities.
Local (referred to as subnational, whether city, state, or other nonnational jurisdiction) governments are therefore the first line of defense; they form the backbone of public health preparedness, surveillance, and response (Frumkin et al.
It found an overall predominance of nonnational, primarily Anglophone content (61% or about two thirds), supplemented by Dutch-language content on the general channels and Danish (19%) and Swedish (14%) works on the public broadcaster's niche channel.