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n.1.One who disobeys.
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This can be done for the occasional disobeyer but it cannot be done for an entire country full of people.
To her came the erring native, the critic, the disobeyer on hands and knees, to beg forgiveness.
The risk manager now has another motivation to validate a reinsurer's financial strength: it does tittle good to activate one's cut-through rights, only to disobeyer that the reinsurer also has financial problems thwarting recovery.