Definition of Nonunions
1. nonunion [n] - See also: nonunion
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonunions
Literary usage of Nonunions
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery (1919)
"The clear supernatant fluid has, as it were, been drawn off, leaving a precipitate of remediable or hopeless nonunions. How numerous are these cases, ..."
2. Socrates and the Socratic Schools by Eduard Zeller (1877)
"... quod ea, quas turpia non sint (for instance, the begetting of children) nonunions ac verbis ... nonunions ..."
3. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1890)
"... of the Registrar- General having a complete Alphabetical List from 1337, of all Deaths in the British nonunions, M aleo of all British Subjects Dying ..."
4. Life of Benjamin Robert Haydon, Historical Painter, from His Autobiography by Benjamin Robert Haydon (1853)
"PUBLISHED BY MESSRS. LONGMAN AND Co. I3 HOOKER AND ARNOTT.—THE BRITISH FLORA; Comprising the Plur nonunions or Flowering Plants, and the Feros. ..."
5. The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion by Cymmrodorion Society, CYMMRODORION SOCIETY. (1906)
"... it is said that "there are 6000 Welsh in Pennsylvania and other parts of His Majesty's nonunions in America, where these Bibles are very much wanted". ..."