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We saw it when nearly two million people marched against the Iraq war and were ignored.
On the other hand, Professor Osman Kadriu says that all of this deserves a deeper analysis but Macedonia has definitely not been ignored.
The Populus survey for I TV News found just 11 per cent think politicians treat their views with respect, while 73 per cent said they felt ignored or excluded by politicians.
No government has so casually ignored the will of the people, affirmed the right of the President to ignore the Constitution, even to set aside laws passed by Congress.
Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works pointed out: "Blakemore said skeptics of global warming should be ignored because some of them are being funded by industry.
The court also said the Tax Court had ignored the credible testimony of one of the company's shareholders that he fully expected to be repaid the amounts he had advanced to Indmar.
In the past, city crews simply ignored the ban, and managers made no effort to enforce it.
Pre-Enron, companies routinely ignored majority votes in favor of shareholder proposals with no consequences whatsoever because most shareholder proposals are non-binding.
Personal costs to abuse victims, which authors Audra Bowlus, Katherine McKenna, Tanis Day and David Wright say have been historically ignored when the effects of child abuse have been studied, "have larger repercussions" beyond the individuals and affect the economic well being of the country as a whole.
We've been ignored, marginalized, demonized, dehumanized.
Simply say, "Sometimes I feel ignored by you when we're in a group," and hear what she has to say.