noninterference

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noninterference

[non-in-ter-feer-uhns]
noun
the policy or practice of refraining from interference, especially in political affairs.

Origin:
1820–30; non- + interference

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Reviews a case that vindicates the principle of judicial noninterference in academic evaluation of students.
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