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non-public

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Definition of non-public in English:

adjective

Not open to, shared by, or concerning the public; private: non-public venues non-public information
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  • The building knits together four disparate parts - a subtle and informative display, an art gallery, shop and non-public areas - with the landscape.
  • Such support might be decisive in the success of non-public health targeted testing and treatment programs.
  • They badged us for access to non-public areas and allowed us to interact and talk with employees at all levels.

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