nonquota


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nonquota

(ˌnɒnˈkwəʊtə)
adj
not included in a quota
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A great many WMAs open to general (nonquota) Small Game hunting in middle November-that would be the time to take to the woods for squirrel, rabbit, quail and other game.
The NWEPP Program targets "nonquota," midcareer officers, noncommissioned officers, and government civilians who have current positions--or who may receive future assignments--with the Department of Defense (DOD) nuclear enterprise and who would not normally have any other way to pursue a formal education in the nuclear weapons arena.
originally enacted in 1952, included a predecessor category of nonquota
The existence of a nonquota status for nationals of the Western Hemisphere has never been considered a form of discrimination against the other nations of the world, for the distinction was not based on race, religion, or ethnic origin.
Carmarthen Crown Court heard that Santos had submitted paperwork claiming most of his catch was low-value, nonquota, shark.
Note: Table made from bar graph EXHIBIT 4 Quota quandary: Export protection leaves sector vulnerale Share of total apparel imports by various countries, percent From India From China Imports by top 10 3.2 11.3 quota countries [1] Imports by top 10 1.6 38.1 nonquota countries [2] -50% +237% (1)Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, United States.