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nonstandard

[‚nän′stan·dərd]
(ordnance)
Differing from specifications, conditions, or procedures that have been prescribed or established; for instance, weather conditions different from those assumed in firing tables are nonstandard.
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This process, currently under development by AESIP, will allow users to communicate directly with AESIP for nonstandard, noncataloged items and is most advantageous for logistics system users that are not GCSS--Army users.
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Women in nonstandard employment are the focus of two chapters in the next grouping.
Since that time, most nonstandard auto carriers raised rates and tightened underwriting standards to address poor results.
Nasdaq: GNCNF) (Toronto: GNC) is the 12th largest nonstandard automobile insurer in the United States.
Russell as a full-service managing general agency currently writing nonstandard automobile in nine states.
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Farm and City is not a significant player in the nonstandard risk automobile insurance marketplace and has struggled with increasing competition from both the standard and the nonstandard markets.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- McRae (Mac) Johnston, President of GAINSCO's (NYSE: GNA) Florida-based Personal Lines Division, has announced the Company's product expansion in the nonstandard personal lines insurance arena with the hiring of Ann M.
Bud Stumbaugh, CEO of ASSURANCEAMERICA CORPORATION (OTCBB: ASAM), today announced that subsidiary AssuranceAmerica Insurance Company, a property and casualty insurer that focuses on the nonstandard private passenger automobile market, will commence writing business in the state of South Carolina later this month.