nonwinning

nonwinning

(ˌnɒnˈwɪnɪŋ)
adj
not winning
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On average, clients of winning agencies are 220 percent times more likely to be completely satisfied with the services provided compared to those working with nonwinning agencies.
The NFA, with the approval of the NFA Council, has decided that only nonwinning bidders in the previous auction held last June 25 would be allowed to participate in the importation
H4: The switch rate is higher when the true state is not determined before the initial nomination, in those treatments where the conductor discloses a nonwinning, non-nominated state.
Nonwinning entries from the first and second legs are still qualified; you may delete and change your entries.
"It's not just about the lottery." She cites the example of players of a CBS-licensed "Star Trek" lottery game entering their nonwinning tickets into an online contest for a trip to a Star Trek Convention.
"I've had to prepare a runner-up speech, or the nonwinning speech.
Likewise, in a reverse auction, the winner is paid an amount equal to the first nonwinning bid.
Arizona is smack-dab in the middle of its seventh straight nonwinning football season and staring at an Oregon State defense that has Tuitama in its crosshairs.
It seems plausible to say that the person for whom a nonwinning lottery ticket has been purchased is benefited or that the person who unwittingly flew on an airplane with only one engine is harmed.
In this case, a new or nonwinning buyer would have to offer at least 4 to displace buyer [a.sub.4], and a nonwinning seller would have to offer less than 3 to match with buyer [a.sub.3].
Here the participant is attempting to solve the problem of which nonwinning cards should they hold and discard.