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  • n  an expression of strong disapproval; pronouncing as wrong or morally culpable

  • The international disapprobation was a source of embarrassment to an Arroyo administration already staggered by allegations of vote-rigging and corruption.
  • And the regime may have decided that thumbing its nose at the nonproliferation treaty and at IAEA inspections is worth the international disapprobation, gambling that its extensive .
  • If Galbraith's politicking father ever earned the disapprobation of his fellow citizens, it was not because he bought votes, but because he might have got them cheaper.

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