nonacceptance


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nonacceptance

(ˌnɒnəkˈsɛptəns)
n
the act or an instance of not accepting or being accepted
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Noun1.nonacceptance - the act of refusing an offernonacceptance - the act of refusing an offer; "the turndown was polite but very firm"
rejection - the act of rejecting something; "his proposals were met with rejection"
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First, the utility of Boyle's approach rests on the viability of a 2-by-2 table that assumes implicitly that the loss of control and nonacceptance of a settlement by any side produces the same outcome.
There is no point in experiencing the negative emotion brought on by the nonacceptance of things we can't change and that are out of our control.
One of the primary sources of the odium towards gays and lesbians is the longstanding nonacceptance of homosexuality by a number of the world's major religions.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court Thursday issued a notice to Speaker Punjab Assembly and others on a petition against nonacceptance of resignation of the Opposition Leader in Punjab Assembly.
This rate of discomfort or nonacceptance is similar to that associated with pessaries, Dr.
The target stimuli were 12 single words, six of which indicated nonacceptance (i.
But I know plenty who aren't and don't even humour the idea of nursing because of some ridiculous stigma attached to it and fear of embarrassment, humiliation and nonacceptance.
Alternatively, greater merchant acceptance for credit could explain why debit users use more (disperse) ATMs, that is, merchant nonacceptance of debit cards causes debit users to use cash more frequently (at more locations) than credit users do.
These include, but are not limited to, nonacceptance of patients needing transfer, delay in transfer or bed assignment, delayed physician response, handoffs without communication among physicians, (7) dissatisfaction of the referring physician, and on request by accepting or referring physician.
These questions invite the thought that if the historical achievement of our broadly Kantian or universalistic morality was conditioned by activities predicated on the nonacceptance of that morality--including activities that we would not hesitate to characterize as moral atrocities and severe injustices--then we cannot in good conscience wish, all things considered, that those activities had not happened.
Fewer AT devices were abandoned when patients themselves were included in the evaluation and prescription process; however, abandonment still occurred as a result of nonacceptance of the device.
section]2518(b) as follows: 1) Existence of an irrevocable and unqualified written refusal to accept an interest in property; 2) receipt of the written refusal by the transferor of the property interest, not later than nine months after the later of the date of the transfer creating the interest, (4) or the day on which the person disclaiming reaches age 21; 3) nonacceptance of the property interest or any of its benefits by the person disclaiming; and 4) as a result of the refusal, the interest passes without direction on the part of the person disclaiming to a person other than the person disclaiming.