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non-profit-making

not yielding a profit, esp because organized or established for some other reason
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Both the MEF Secretariat and the MEFAC recognised that non-profit-making organisations possessed comparatively fewer resources, and might have limited experience and capacity in respect of hosting mega events.
If the service could be non-profit-making, it must be possible to reduce the parking fee.
br/english, is run by non-profit-making body the Brazilian Information Service (SIC) and offers visitors data and information about Brazilian livestock and beef production.
The non-profit-making outlet operates like a bank and uses deposits made by customers to generate cash, which can finance loans for other charitable causes.
The successor company, Network Rail, will be a non-profit-making outfit.
TOM Carroll, the Merseyside accountancy practice, has won the "exceptional customer care" section in the WOW Awards, a non-profit-making organisation dedicated to recognising the best in UK customer service.
The seminars, which are run on a non-profit-making basis, are designed to inform about the various aspects of owning racehorses, and are part of the BHB's quest to make ownership more accessible to the public.
com is to be a non-profit-making venture and that she doesn't mean the CA to stay in the motor trade indefinitely.
But they are still likely to be condemned by critics, notably Richard Branson, who wants to run the lottery as a non-profit-making venture after Camelot's licence runs out in 2001.
A non-profit-making organisation, it pays weekly sums if the policy-holder is off work after an accident.
The Environmental Protection Department (EPD) is inviting non-profit-making organisations and national sports associations to a briefing session on the Restored Landfill Revitalisation Funding Scheme.
The club, a non-profit-making group, trains on Mondays and Wednesdays between 6.
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