nonpossession

nonpossession

(ˌnɒnpəˈzɛʃən)
n
the state of not possessing (something)
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Because of the technical differences on pitch, we're all focused on the nonpossession phase because we spend most of the match without the ball."
Going in reverse order,we find the even longer NoNpOsSeSSiON (13 letters).
(31) In the court's opinion, the federal statute "'made violation of the nonpossession regulation a crime, because it regarded such violation to be a lesser included offense of the crime defined by the 1965 Amendment." (32)
Head coach Gareth Owen said: "We just don't seem to be able to get our form together, whether it is in possession, nonpossession or attacking, but it is not for the want of trying."
Functional differentiation leads to key social systems such as economy, law, science, politics, religion, and education which are constituted as autopoietic communications networks revolving around binary codes such as: possession of money and nonpossession, legal and illegal, true and false, conservative and progressive, immanence and transcendence, and pass and fail (Bjerg 2006).
[section] 2251, "allows a defendant to avoid conviction for nonpossession offenses by showing that the materials were produced using only adults and were not otherwise distributed in a manner conveying the impression that they depicted real children").
Patanjali stated that by owning little, one can arrive at a deep understanding of the origins of things, and that all things will become as if radiant jewels: When steadfast in nonpossession, there is knowledge of "the how" of existence (Yoga Sutra II:39).
and--letting X stand not just for a good or bad thing, but also for absence, privation, or nonpossession of a good or bad thing--this distinction in appetite: wanting X wanting X to "be in" or "happen concerning" Y
In this light, Prime Minister Sato Eisaku's [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1901-75, in office 1963-72) three non-nuclear principles (nonproduction, nonpossession, and nonintroduction of nuclear weapons), the LDP's refusal to directly support American forces in Vietnam, and even the qualitative upgrade of the SDF in response to the Soviet's Northeast Asia build-up in the 1970s were all presented as examples of the LDP remaining true to the spirit of Article 9.
A norm of nonpossession of these weapons was established, as was a norm of their nonuse in military combat that has extended over 60 turbulent years.
Practice in them will perfectly define for you the difference between possession and nonpossession of a skill" (True 103).
Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) have become more important, but the responsibility to prove nonpossession of biological and chemical weapons rests on Iraq, ElBaradei was quoted as saying.