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Use "noncompliant" in a sentence
"People who can’t make the changes that promise the hope of improvement are called noncompliant and irrational."
"Having said that, what we're seeing are major land and air strikes, coordinated precision strikes against what the Army is calling noncompliant groups."
"The boss, a really patient sort, asks you to 'think different' about all these 'noncompliant' customers, each of whom has an iTunes account backed by a credit card, and has developed the habit (encouraged by Apple) of paying for content."