nonacceptance : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the act of refusing an offer

  • One of the main planks in his present-day platform was the nonacceptance of the Dawes-McKenna reports on the ground that their conditions would overtax the capacity of Germany.
  • It is nonacceptance of aging--one of the great obstacles to doing it gracefully.
  • Last week he sent a letter to the House of Bishops stating the conditions on which he would resign, the nonacceptance of which would force the Church to a heresy trial.
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  • North Farmington parents: High school production of 'Carrie' musical must not go on
    North Farmington High's spring theatrical production, 'Carrie: The Musical,' has vulgar lyrics and a message of hate and intolerance and should be halted, several Farmington area parents say. But school administrators and others defend the production, saying the story portrays the tragedies of bullying and nonacceptance - and invites thought on how to better deal with their consequences.
    March 9, 2014 - Detroit Free Press

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