nonseasonal

nonseasonal

(ˌnɒnˈsiːzənəl)
adj
not connected to or dependent on the seasons
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The union's survey seeks to establish an evidence base on the role of nonseasonal and seasonal workers from outwith the UK.
The upshot is that the chain's immunizations, both seasonal and nonseasonal have been increasing annually, Ratycz says.
Mr Beddoe added: "The nonseasonal business tourism market is important to us at the Vale Resort, so it's one we want to invest in and continually improve.
Although the dog was febrile and had interacted with a prairie dog, the species, lack of peripheral lymphadenopathy, and nonseasonal presentation resulted in lowrisk designation.
(1) It was later found helpful for nonseasonal depression, (2) premenstrual dysphoric disorder, postpartum depression, and phase shift circadian disorders, including for patients with dementia whose cognitive function improved after treatment with BLT.
Volatility can be decomposed into seasonal variation--which is our seasonality measure--and nonseasonal variation.
Although mortality from novel, nonseasonal influenza viruses such as the virus that caused the 1918 pandemic remains higher, medical interventions have also effectively decreased their associated mortality.
For nonseasonal merchandise, Harris price shops competitors at least every three months.
The effort relies on a group of community partners with the common goal of transitioning students with special needs from high school to nonseasonal jobs that require at least 16 hours of work a week and pay a competitive wage.
arguinensis inhabiting the Ria Formosa (South Portugal), by fitting different growth models: the nonseasonal von Bertalanffy and the Hoenig seasonal von Bertalanffy models.
and Nakai, commonly known as watermelon, is a nonseasonal fruit which is cultivated abundantly in Malaysia and other tropical regions [1].
The nonseasonal daily SST variance (i.e., after removing the climatology) was bias-corrected for each model based on the ratio between the standard deviations of the daily observations and the daily historical runs (see Oliver et al.