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Definition of Nonconference
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Literary usage of Nonconference
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1. Making Free Trade Work: The Canada-U.S. Agreement by Peter Morici (1990)
"... and a "nonconference conference" to reconcile differences between the drafts worked out separately by each body with the administration. ..."
2. Memorandum on Unfair Competition at the Common Law by United States Federal Trade Commission (1916)
"No obstruction was offered by these ships to the ships of nonconference owners, and by their presence at Hankow shippers were left simply to determine ..."
3. Proceedings of the Committee on the Merchant Marine and Fisheries in the by Joshua W. Alexander (1913)
"Methods of meeting the competition of nonconference lines.—As already explained, any conference line will forfeit its entire deposit if it renders any ..."
4. Bulletin by United States (1918)
"Cooperation and combination of ocean and rail carriers: Methods of controlling competition of nonconference lines Railroad ownership and cont rnl of vessels ..."