nonofficial


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nonofficial

(ˌnɒnəˈfɪʃəl)
adj
not official or formal
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All official and nonofficial [reports] around the world have concluded that money laundering has doubled dramatically over the past two decades.
Please note that this is a nonofficial procedure and no negotiations will be held.
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.
In short, Gorsuch drew a narrow but important distinction between the official and nonofficial contexts for Casey's actions, which suggests that he might be more open to public employee's free speech claims than was Scalia, who held a staunchly conservative view on the issue.
At their nonofficial statistics of 2015 are 83 cases happens to Japanese, 73 to Australians, 10 to Koreans and 80 to Taiwanese and Chinese.
For a discussion of this typology, see, for example, Pamela Aall, "The Power of Nonofficial Actors in Conflict Management," in Chester Crocker, Fen Osier Hampson, and Pamela Aall, eds.
How should we understand the blurred boundaries between the official and nonofficial realms of art production?
She also thanked official and nonofficial agencies and civil society organizations as well as sincere national figures for supporting women in their long struggle to get their full rights.
The staggering gap between official and nonofficial exchange rates has more or less halted capital market activity.
According to the MP, the railway will help boost trade by reducing costs and distances, and is therefore is welcome by both official and nonofficial sectors.
Yet this might have been a sensible way to manage a potentially sprawling topic around a chain of specific events (especially the 1684 decision) and remedy the relative scarcity of nonofficial Chinese sources.