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Definition of Nonconcurring
1. nonconcur [v] - See also: nonconcur
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Literary usage of Nonconcurring
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1. Records of the Governor and Council of the State of Vermont by Vermont, Vermont Conventions, 1775-1777, Vermont Council of Safety, 1777-1778, Vermont Governor, Vermont Board of War, 1779-1783 (1878)
"Mr. Wright, appointed for that purpose, reported as the reasons for nonconcurring in the bill entitled "an act repealing an act entitled an act appointing a ..."
2. Constitution, Jefferson's Manual, the Rules of the House of Representatives by United States Congress. House, Thomas Jefferson, United States (1904)
"Forms of special orders providing for nonconcurring in Senate amendments. (1319, 1320) 1-55, Record, p. 2478; 2-55, Record, p. 5566. ..."
3. The History of New Hampshire by Jeremy Belknap (1831)
"Those of New- Hampshire were chosen by the representatives only, the council nonconcurring in the choice; which, of course, could not be sanctioned by the ..."
4. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1918)
"... and cases where the affidavits are made by nonconcurring jurors under statutes such as ours, where three fourths of the jurors may return a verdict, ..."
5. A Legacy of Historical Gleanings by Catharina Van Rensselaer Bonney (1875)
"... suggestion of Dr. Rolph given cheerfully by himself, and exacted by him from Me Kenzie, who at first evinced somewhat of a nonconcurring disposition. ..."