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Adj.1.nonterritorial - not displaying territoriality; "a nonterritorial species"
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
territorial - displaying territoriality; defending a territory from intruders; "territorial behavior"; "strongly territorial birds"
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These jurisdictions (usually states) need not be contiguous, but they are defined physical spaces rather than nonterritorial aggregations of individuals or groups based on perceived affinities of class, race, religion, occupation, or the like.
It would be, in effect, a "national" liberation movement for a nonterritorial, transnational nation.
They have bigger testes and higher circulating testosterone levels than nonterritorial cichlid males.
net), the author, Daniele Archibugi, maintains that 'bombing from the air is not only ineffective; it is counterproductive, especially against a nonterritorial entity such as Isis,' and that 'air strikes do not manage to eliminate actual or potential terrorists or suicide bombers.
Political and social forces resisted this nonterritorial imperialism through armed struggle and group protest, during which anti-American sentiments were expressed through incineration of the US flag.
It often points to two dynamic dimensions that challenge the traditional distinctions between the domestic and the international, and between the territorial and the nonterritorial.
Given the importance of territory for security and as a symbol of sovereignty, it is also not surprising that the level of coercion occurring in territorial crises tends to be higher than in nonterritorial ones.
state seeks to exercise nonterritorial jurisdiction); (2) whether the
Considering the nonterritorial nature of the enemy, it is bound to be endless.
Furthermore, we excluded nonterritorial species and species with large territories (e.
Red-backed salamanders provide an ideal system with which to explore predator selectivity because territorial residents are known to forage within discrete territories surrounding cover objects, while nonterritorial floaters (Mathis, 1991) may forage over wider areas.
On nonterritorial alternatives to statehood, see Frey and Eichenberger 1999.