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Use "nonplayers" in a sentence
"Research shows that children who engage in complex forms of socio-dramatic play have greater language skills than nonplayers, better social skills, more empathy, more imagination, and more of the subtle capacity to know what others mean."
"MLB dearly hopes the bankruptcy court will defer to league rules because league membership is what gives the Dodgers property its value—which a bankruptcy court is duty-bound to protect for the benefit of Dodgers creditors, who include nonplayers like Manny Ramirez ($21 million) and Andruw Jones ($11 million)."
"The authors of the Nature study point out that some modest benefits to cognitive abilities have been reported in studies of older people, preschool children and videogame players who outperform nonplayers on some tests of visual attention."