inconformity


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in·con·form·i·ty

 (ĭn′kən-fôr′mĭ-tē)
n.
Lack of conformity; disagreement.

inconformity

(ˌɪnkənˈfɔːmɪtɪ)
n
lack of conformity; irregularity
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It is true, that what is settled by custom, though it be not good, yet at least it is fit; and those things which have long gone together, are, as it were, confederate within themselves; whereas new things piece not so well; but though they help by their utility, yet they trouble by their inconformity.
The results of certification are classified into four standard categories, namely conformed, inconformity not found, inconformity, and disclaimer with no conclusion.
Ali said under the deal, Myanmar agreed to take all possible measures so that the returnees would not have to stay for a long time in their temporary refuge on their return and provide them the freedom of movement in the state inconformity with the existing laws and regulations.
The three kinds of modified changes are the basic inconformity between two sessions which when combined can describe the situations between the two similar sessions.
Our findings are inconformity with the findings of Barro (1991), Folster and Henrekson (2001), Romero de Avila and Strauch (2003), and Schaltegge and Torgler (2006).
And it is in this spirit of inconformity, of seeking to effect change from verse that a poet turns poetic language into a tool of critique.
The agency theory highlights the conflicts between shareholders and management resulting from the inconformity of interests.
In the case of the pluriverse, most scholars have in common their inconformity with Western, liberal modernity (2).
Although a few studies had focused on the issue, it is still controversial because of the small sample and inconformity of the outcome.
As a strategy to reduce refusal rate, inconformity, and information bias, all recruiters were females.
We should remember that it was written at a time--the mid 1960s--of growing inconformity within the US.