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n.1.One who disavows.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"America does not control itself , but is governed by a range of interests that are not consistent with the presence of Sudan on the list of countries deserving of life, and the US with its weight is the biggest disavower and there are countries that are affected by its policies," Karti said.
The cry of 'back-to-the-text' is a rhetorical device because interpretation cannot be avoided--it is 'the only game in town.' (51) The disavowal of interpretation is intellectually dishonest in an interpretive practice, and the motivation of the disavower must be scrutinised.
His persuasive illustrations of how prices change over time should convince even the most zealous disavowers of present value theory.