nonrecreational


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Adj.1.nonrecreational - involving gainful employment in something often done as a hobby
professional - engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or means of livelihood; "the professional man or woman possesses distinctive qualifications"; "began her professional career after the Olympics"; "professional theater"; "professional football"; "a professional cook"; "professional actors and athletes"
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Surveillance for waterborne disease outbreaks associated with drinking water and other nonrecreational water--United States, 20092010.
Additionally, previous research within India has reported that physical activity predominantly occurs through nonrecreational activities such as occupation for males and residential chores for females (Rao et al.
29, and permits the use, with certain limitations, of small unmanned aircraft systems (small drones) for non-hobby and nonrecreational purposes.
The FAA views any drone operation that supports the functions of your business as a nonrecreational use.
theme identifies the forms that more acceptable NM-stimulant use takes, namely, nonrecreational, nonpatterned, and orally ingested.
1984) ("In sum, we hold that, under the public trust doctrine and the 1972 Montana Constitution, any surface waters that are capable of recreational use may be so used by the public without regard to streambed ownership or navigability for nonrecreational purposes.
She keeps the scene light, but her nonrecreational drug use adds a dogged, truth-seeking vibe to her latest project.
Continuing this line of reasoning, since shopping can have hedonic qualities and is a form of recreation or leisure for some consumers (Guiry, Magi, & Lutz, 2006; Lehtonen & Maenpaa, 1997; Prus & Dawson, 1991), the present study will examine how the leisure and social dimensions of shopping influence consumers' perception of shopping as a leisure experience, and compare the leisure perceptions of four types of shoppers: 1) social recreational shoppers, 2) nonsocial recreational shoppers, 3) social nonrecreational shoppers, and 4) nonsocial nonrecreational shoppers.
Self-harm was broadly categorized into five types: cutting or burning, self-poisoning, deliberate nonrecreational risk-taking, self-battery, and other self-harming behaviors such as self-drowning, hanging, intentional electrocution, and suffocation.
In particular, when reviewing selected grant recipients' program descriptions, we experienced difficulty distinguishing between the recreational and nonrecreational activities grant recipients implemented.
On the lower end of the price premiums, a recent study by Shultz and Schmitz use GIS viewshed analysis for nonrecreational lakes near Omaha and reports a house price premium of only 8% for lake view homes.
As engine size has increased, ATVs have become heavier and larger and the increase in average engine size is attributable in part to the increase in nonrecreational use of ATVs (Rodgers 1999:418).