disavowal : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  denial of any connection with or knowledge of

  • That disavowal (and her subsequent excoriation of Frey in person on the show in early 2006) helped trash his reputation as a writer; the publisher offered refunds for A Million .
  • Father and Son In the Spirit: He has had the ear of Presidents for five decades, but except for his public disavowal of racial segregation, Billy Graham, 86, has stuck to soul .
  • Or do they think Obama disagrees with them, but question his credibility because of his belated disavowal of the preacher who holds them? Obama can marshal a lot of evidence to .
News & Articles

  • Demystifying Link Disavowals, Penalties & More
    Findings from a recent Google Webmaster Hangout on Air (video) demystify link disavowals, penalties and more. Read on for the official word from John Mueller , Webmaster Trends Analyst from Google and friend to webmasters everywhere.
    Aug. 19, 2013 - Search Engine Land
Quotes

  • Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani in Gulf Times
    Sometimes we have a feeling that there are some attempts to put the whole burden of development on the oil-producing countries and in this logic we see some prejudice and disavowal,HH the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani said,...
  • Muqtada al-Sadr in United Press International
    We announce our disavowal from anyone who carries weapons and targets government institutions, charities and political party offices,Sadr said in the statement.
  • Tammy Baldwin in The Capital Times
    I have been a critic of the Patriot Act. I have been a critic of the Military Commissions Act and the stripping away of habeas corpus. I've been a critic of the administration's alleged use of torture and disavowal of the Geneva Conventions,...

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