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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and nonacceptance of demand behavior Software the disease and of chronic renal Qualiquantisoft' treatment were patients (22) factors that affected disease control.
Therefore, the nonacceptance of payment by the bank causes farmers to feel some level of insecurity as they fear that LandBank and the local government would seize their land because of their inability to pay their obligations.
Fear of nonacceptance by classmates or teammates is a real fear for me, which is silly, really, but still a concern.
Second is the rejection of diversity and nonacceptance of the other, particularly the use of violence to express such rejection.
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Usually the mother is the main person in charge of administering the ART, but they report that the nonacceptance of their health condition, feeling of guilt and/or fear of prejudice, prevents them from correctly administer ART medication to their exposed infant.
Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio has disputed Malacanang's claim that China's acceptance or nonacceptance of the arbitral ruling on the West Philippine Sea (WPS) was immaterial under international law.
However, data on the current nonacceptance rate of liver grafts due to steatosis hepatis in the Eurotransplant region are not well documented in the literature.
The reported reasons behind lack of provision of pain-relief methods, especially of pharmacological methods, in LRSs are lack of awareness from both health professionals (HPs) and women, nonacceptance, unavailability, and safety concerns [6, 7].
These problems include early thrombosis, maturation, and nonacceptance by patients of the surgical intervention for its creation, to name a few.
* appeal procedures for nonacceptance into the program or termination from the program following acceptance, and