nonquantitative

nonquantitative

(ˌnɒnˈkwɒntɪtətɪv; ˌnɒnˈkwɒntɪˌteɪtɪv)
adj
not quantitative; qualitative
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These include the rice tariffication law, which finally abolishes nonquantitative restrictions on rice imports; amendments to the charters of the Social Security System and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas; the law granting bigger discounts for political s; the Tax Amnesty Act, although with a veto; the Universal Health Care Act; the National Integrated Cancer Control Act; the Revised Corporation Code; and the Tourism Act of 2009, which grants a 10-year extension in incentives for tourism enterprises.
Furthermore, legal efforts to bring parity to behavioral health services have typically not extended to nonquantitative treatment limits, or NQTLs.
A brief nonquantitative description of these changes indicates that three periods occurred in the time series.
Using nonquantitative image analysis for immunohistochemical or special histochemical stains or digital reading of these slides represents another clinical use of WSI, but is not deemed to be primary diagnosis.
Both of these examples, which were found in insurance plans each covering about 300,000 individuals, represented nonquantitative treatment limitations, which Dr.
Christopher Gilligan: If quantitative testing could provide accurate, reliable information about medication dose, compliance, and diversion, then quantitative testing would have substantial advantages over nonquantitative testing.
With respect to whether quantitative analysis would be able to delineate differences in graft incorporation between groups suggested by earlier nonquantitative studies to be different (e.g., age and size of the defect), the results were more fruitful but complex.
However, the conventional methodology of the above assessments is subjective and nonquantitative and infers variable levels of acceptable transparency for visualization of transparent soils.
Measurement of the degree of emphysema by a nonquantitative measurement method may cause distress in the exact determination of the data.
It is, however, difficult, time-consuming, and nonquantitative to compare different skew graphs with respect to similarities and dissimilarities.
The MHPAEA requires large group health plans that cover behavioral health care to offer parity in terms of "nonquantitative treatent limits," such as rules for managing use of inpatient care, for behavioral health care and other types of health care.