non dom
 n.— «And for others, there is the tax factor. For persons with money who are “resident but not domiciled” in the UK, the UK is one of the world’s most popular onshore places to live. These people are commonly known as “non doms.”» —“Your Taxes: What’s so special about London?” by Andrew Tailby-Faulkes, Phillip Reynolds, Leon Harris  Jerusalem Post (Israel) Feb. 6, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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