Definition of Nonbinding

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of non-binding) ¹



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Definition of Nonbinding

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonbinding

nonbidders
nonbidding
nonbijective
nonbiker
nonbikers
nonbilateral
nonbilaterian
nonbilaterians
nonbiliary
nonbilingual
nonbillable
nonbillionaire
nonbillionaires
nonbinary
nonbinding (current term)
nonbinomial
nonbioaccumulative
nonbioavailable
nonbiochemical
nonbiochemist
nonbiochemists
nonbiodegradability
nonbiodegradable
nonbiodegradable pollution
nonbiodegradables
nonbiogenic
nonbiographical
nonbiohazardous
nonbiological

Literary usage of Nonbinding

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1. Nuclear Nonproliferation: Implications Of The U.s./north Korean Agreement On by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"State officials said that the United States executed a nonbinding political ... 1970); Schachter, The Twilight Existence of nonbinding International ..."

2. Rice Market Liberalization and Poverty in Viet Nam by Nicholas Minot, Francesco Goletti (2000)
"Once the quota becomes nonbinding, further increases in the quota have no effect on prices or household income, so the line in Figure 9 becomes horizontal. ..."

3. Securities Arbitration: How Investors Fare (1993)
"All of the large broker-dealers said they would oppose a nonbinding arbitration ... One broker-dealer firm said that establishing a mandatory nonbinding ..."

4. Beyond Intellectual Property: Toward Traditional Resource Rights for by Darrell Addison Posey, Graham Dutfield (1996)
"... Chapter 11 How can communities use "soft law" and nonbinding international agreements? Soft law consists of documents that are not directly enforceable ..."

5. Though All Things Differ: Pluralism as a Basis for Cooperation in Forests by Eva Wollenberg, Jon Anderson, Citlalli Lopez (2005)
"nonbinding decision. Parties make a nonbinding request of each other for cooperation, but compliance is not promised or guaranteed. 15. ..."

6. Putting the Pieces Together: Controlling Lead Hazards in the Nation's Housing by Cushing N. Dolbeare (1997)
"The Task Force is therefore recommending that courts make mediation or nonbinding arbitration available in two types of lead-based paint court actions. ..."

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