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nonpolitical

(ˌnɒnpəˈlɪtɪkəl)
adj
not of, dealing with, or relating to politics: a nonpolitical organization.
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Adj.1.nonpolitical - not political
political - involving or characteristic of politics or parties or politicians; "calling a meeting is a political act in itself"- Daniel Goleman; "political pressure"; "a political machine"; "political office"; "political policy"
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The British tradition has been that prosecution is an executive function as a matter of law, but there are conventions that mean that the attorney general is supposed to make these decisions nonpolitically and cabinet colleagues are not supposed to interfere.
The past three years has traumatized most normal (meaning, nonpolitically obsessed) people, who are more likely to share their thoughts with friends and family not on Facebook, but in instant messenger applications less likely to be susceptible to organized infiltration (though the Facebook of today is Instagram and 'influencers' on the take).
To examine whether the appointments of politically and nonpolitically connected government directors show different announcement returns, we follow their definition in identifying politically connected directors, and we classify our sample of outside directors into two types of outside directors, government directors with political experience (N = 36) and those without political experience (N = 140).
Yet, while Warren's story focuses on the personal aspect (8) (and therefore was considered as nonpolitically relevant item), in Lieberman's story, political values are woven into the family experience: According to this narrative, the places he and his family visited are not just vacation destinations but actually represent "Zionism at its best." It is the family vacation--and not a formal governmental visit--which makes him state that Israel as a country should support such places.
Grace, The Right to Remain Silent in New Orleans: The Role of NonPolitically Accountable Charter School Boards in the School-to-Prison Pipeline, 40 NOVA L.
"You could say Downton Abbey is a really cultured show watched by people who have an interest in history, whereas Mrs Brown's Boys is in-your-face, nonpolitically correct comedy," she says.
A collective of civil society groups in Lebanon also declared their support for peaceful and nonpolitically aligned protests.
The resistance to nonpolitically engaged works in translation exposes a widespread refusal to accept the universal aspects of Israeli culture as well as a reluctance to embrace the rich variety of genres--detective fiction, digital poetry, microfiction, science fiction, and fantasy--present in contemporary Hebrew literature.
The moment necropolitics succeeds to politically efface death, it inflicts upon death nonpolitically. From the obscene perspective of identitarian fascism, whether death is necropolitics is a matter of theoretical taste and personal choice.
When public officials seek personal profit from the public treasury while ordinary, nonpolitically connected citizens struggle to get by, they are not simply gambling or investing; rather, they are replicating the financial crimes Saddam committed against the Iraqi people.