nonparticipating


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nonparticipating

(ˌnɒnpɑːˈtɪsɪˌpeɪtɪŋ)
adj
1. not participating
2. (Insurance) (of an assurance policy, share, etc) not carrying the right to share in a company's profit
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In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange yesterday, Now said its board had agreed to raise, by way of a follow-on offering, up to 10 million redeemable, convertible, nonparticipating and nonvoting preferred shares with detachable warrants.
11% nonparticipating royalty interests in non-producing properties located primarily in Texas and Oklahoma.
Re-enrollment can improve participants' investment diversification, get participants on track to defer enough for their retirement, and bring nonparticipating employees into a plan.
5% of plans automatically re-enrolled participants saving below the default deferral rate and 13% re-enrolled nonparticipating employees.
CRS requires competent authorities of the participating jurisdictions to publish a list that identifies participating jurisdictions for the purposes of the CRS's lookthrough provisions with respect to controlling persons of investment entities that are nonparticipating jurisdiction financial institutions.
1471 and 1472, provisions of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)) generally requires withholding on certain payments to nonparticipating foreign financial institutions and certain nonfinancial foreign entities that do not provide information regarding their substantial U.
And grade 11 participants have higher ACT scores than their nonparticipating peers.
The work will include reviewing plans, specifications and estimates for conformance with the program application (permits, utilities, real estate parcels, wetlands, nonparticipating items, etc.
Nonparticipating poets and audience members get in free.
Additionally, more than 40 percent of leaders of nonparticipating schools in Florida reported that they planned to participate in the following year, compared to only 20 percent in Indiana and only 8 percent in Louisiana.
In concept, this entire issue of "low pay and high quality" is exactly what is driving physicians away from medicine; and is driving patients who seek good care to the offices of nonparticipating physicians.
Finnerty found that after a 6month implementation period, physicians at participating PSYCKES institutions significantly decreased their prescribing of high metabolic burden antipsychotics by 19% over the course of 1 year of use, whereas nonparticipating institutions remained mostly flat, with a 4% decrease.