nonsegregation

nonsegregation

(ˌnɒnˌsɛɡrɪˈɡeɪʃən)
n
formal the quality or condition of being nonsegregated
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Littering caused by distributing food material ( langar ), illegal burning of solid waste, improper storage of construction material and nonsegregation of recyclable and nonrecyclable waste will now attract fines.
To promote the women's positive self-image through personal grooming, hygiene accommodations included electrical outlets in nonsegregation cells for hair dryers and curling irons.
214) Moreover, whereas the concept of nonsegregation does have some explicit substance, education as a fundamental right does not.
Of the putative light blue seeds failing to produce an established plant, the proportion of these putative seeds that would have shown segregation or nonsegregation for the blue-aleuroned trait is unknown.
Clearly, the park would not have to expend millions to insure nonsegregation.
Formal agreement among 100 or more companies to common social and ethical goals concerning nonsegregation of the races in all workplace areas, equal pay for equal or comparable work, and training programs and advancement opportunities open to all nonwhite employees was unprecedented twenty years ago, and remains rare even today.
The cost to firm i of nonsegregation is estimated as the sum of
The cost of nonsegregation for the median firm is 6.
Since wages are only about 36 percent of the wholesale value of output among these firms, the cost of nonsegregation may not be overwhelming.
Mdh-1a/b, Mdh-3a/b, 6Pgdh-3a/b, and Tpi-1a/b were monomorphic within and among all populations for the same multiple-banded genotypes, which are interpreted as fixed heterozygotes because of the apparent nonsegregation of duplicated genes.
As per the proposal, nonsegregation of waste by bulk generators, i.