nonofficial

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nonofficial

(ˌnɒnəˈfɪʃəl)
adj
not official or formal
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On Mothers Day, May 12, Heritage will be serving food and beverage as the players come in for nonofficial practice and get comfortable with the surroundings.
How do you describe the rush of emotions to someone who has never seen the Berlin Falls in Graskop, one of the grandest waterfalls in an area of truly grand waterfalls, six as of my nonofficial count?
Trilateral world heritage wadden sea partnership center (twwp) - nonofficial. Competition (after rpw) with open competition and subsequent negotiated procedure (vgv) ii.
One can only welcome her stated willingness to contribute to the reexamination of the Brezhnev era away from Cold War-era binaries, such as that between the official and nonofficial, conformism and nonconformism, sanity and insanity (17).
Coverage encompasses nonofficial financial flows, as well as domestic macroeconomic implications of various types of foreign inflows.
Although there are nonofficial figures, increasingdivorce rate amongpolyandrous marriagesshow that the tradition isno longer popular among today's generation.
Russia Today website quoted Lavrentiev as saying upon arrival in Geneva Airport that the meetings will be held on the official and nonofficial levels on Sept.
Both aides described instances in which their boss pressed to travel first-class or via private jet, while Dravis acknowledged that Pruitt asked his subordinates to do nonofficial work for him, multiple individuals said.
The nonofficial jail visitor said the rate of women booked under PPC Section 302 is much higher in Hazara compared with other divisions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa because male members of their families get them falsely implicated in the cases of murders committed by them (men).
"All official and nonofficial [reports] around the world have concluded that money laundering has doubled dramatically over the past two decades.
Results show that international officials (37.73%) were used the most, followed by nonofficial sources (36.59%) and domestic officials (25.68%).
Speaking a nonofficial language at home in Quebec bears little or no relation to high school graduation, which is consistent with recent findings on immigrant students in Quebec (McAndrew et al.