Definition of Non-profit-making
1. Adjective. Not commercially motivated.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Non-profit-making
Literary usage of Non-profit-making
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Religion and Business by Roger Ward Babson (1920)
"This does not mean that non-profit-making enterprises are justified in paying low salaries. They should pay the market price for wages as for commodities or ..."
2. Accounting Theory and Practice by Roy Bernard Kester (1918)
"Of the two terms,"Revenue" and "Income," Revenue is used more often in connection with non-profit-making concerns, particularly in connection with state and ..."
3. The New Larned History for Ready Reference, Reading and Research: The Actual by Josephus Nelson Larned, Augustus Hunt Shearer (1922)
"(6) Securities issued by any corporation organized for non-profit- making purposes. "B. Securities, where the inherent qualities are such or the nature of ..."
4. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North, William M. Schuyler (1914)
"... Incorporated, which is all-comprehensive and gives equal weight in its councils and deliberations to the canons of efficiency in non - profit - making ..."
5. People's Co-operative Banks: For Workers in Towns, and Small Holders ...by Henry C. Devine by Henry C. Devine (1908)
"Dr. JB PATON, of Nottingham, writes:—"It is because the Urban Co-operative Banks Association is a. non-profit making body of disinterested persons, ..."
6. The Financial Organization of Society by Harold Glenn Moulton (1921)
"... decreased costs of production, and lowered selling prices. The various stages hi the transformation from the medieval household non-profit-making ..."
7. The Cost of Competition: An Effort at the Understanding of Familiar Facts by Sidney Armor Reeve (1906)
"They have consisted, as has all governmental corruption, of collusion between men within the non-profit-making Department with the profit-seekers outside. ..."