Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Sun Nov 23 16:32:51 UTC 2008

Are there other such formations with "non-" and an opposite "on-"?


At 11/23/2008 04:43 AM, Michael Quinion wrote:
>A BBC report on Friday (
>used "nonliners" to mean those who were not online, specifically without a
>broadband connection. It's a curious neologism.

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