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nonpersonal

(ˌnɒnˈpɜːsənəl)
adj
not personal
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Adj.1.nonpersonal - lacking personality; "nonpersonal forces"
impersonal - not relating to or responsive to individual persons; "an impersonal corporation"; "an impersonal remark"
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Sample size considerations made it necessary to aggregate the 19 coded responses to this question into four categories of reasons for job 1 separation: quits for personal reasons, quits for nonpersonal reasons, layoffs, and other separations.
Lipman's answer: Arnold believed in a nonpersonal God whose existence could be proven in experience but not in metaphysics.
However, the search should be confined to nonpersonal areas of the office," says Steven Mitchell Sack, a New York City-based labor attorney and author of The Employee Rights Handbook: Answers to Legal Questions from Interview to Pink Slip (Facts on File, New York, $29.
The language in Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that defines the employees to whom the section applies states that "any contract in excess of $2,500 entered into by any federal department or agency for the procurement of personal property and nonpersonal services.
the public); the third usage proposes that public health is equivalent to nonpersonal health services; the fourth focuses on provision of certain preventive health services, particularly to persons who are in vulnerable or high-risk groups; and, the fifth use of the term refers to organized responses to "public health problems" that are either common or life-threatening diseases.
Voice mail is one example of nonpersonal communication that has failed miserably.
Another prominent philosopher of environmental ethics, Holmes Rolston, a professor at my alma mater, Colorado State University, builds on Leopold's ethic by pointing out, "Our ethical heritage largely attaches rights and values to persons, and if nonpersonal realms enter, they enter only as tributary to the personal.
Funding for technology and support services is uncoordinated, severely limited and primarily dependent on a personal source of assistance or aggressive action by an individual to make it available from a nonpersonal source.
You have thus agreed on the nature of the problem in a nonpersonal, factual manner; you have stated said how you will investigate the situation; and you have explained what form of feedback you will provide.
First Source Integrated Marketing provides end-to-end components to effectively orchestrate ongoing campaigns through more precise targeting; execution that integrates personal and nonpersonal communications; and ongoing evaluation.
There is widespread concern that some platforms may favor their own products or services, otherwise discriminate between different suppliers and sellers and restrict access to, and the use of, personal and nonpersonal data, including that which is directly generated by a company's activities on the platforms," the commission (http://ec.
Meanwhile, data posted on the website of the Philippine Commission on Women showed that at least 23 percent of women who were married experienced emotional and other forms of nonpersonal violence.