ignoration

ignoration

(ˌɪɡnəˈreɪʃən)
n
the act of ignoring
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These all propensities may determine an undesirable undemocratic "considerable autonomy vis-a-vis the political parties in Parliament," effectively ignoration of other political actors and overcoming of the potential resistance and even the likelihood of resistance (see Poguntke, Webb, 2005: 7).
However, although the relationship among [i.sub.1~3] could be derived by Kirchhoffs current law (as is shown in (5)), too, the ignoration of any one of them will increase the fault diagnosis time consumption greatly, because the AC current outputs effect more directly on actual currents that flow through the branches, and such ignorance implies more reasoning steps that must be taken by the OOCPN network.
(8) In early 1960s, Cardinal Tisserand visited Yugoslavia and its state leaders, and faced ignoration by representatives of the RCC in Croatia.