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Our subsidiary business struggled a bit during the first quarter with the inability to accept orders for our handheld communication system, but our new design has now been released and shipments have been going out the door since the last few days of the first fiscal quarter.
Rhodri Morgan's intemperate attack on this newspaper following our disclosure that his now abandoned promise of free home care for the disabled could not have been legally imposed on councils, illustrates his inability to accept criticism.
His greatest weakness was his inability to accept that some footballers were less gifted and rugged than he was and he found it very difficult to admit any defeat in an argument.
This professional reluctance or inability to accept the harrowing reality is partially responsible for the unacceptable delays that can occur before victims are protected,' he said.
Due to its inability to accept the capacity of the relatively large policies sold, the company is heavily reliant on reinsurers.
Yesterday his case was thrown out after the tribunal ruled his problems were to do with his inability to accept criticism.
Because of its inability to accept the capacity of the relatively large policies sold, the company is heavily reliant on reinsurers.
Debra Johnstone, editor of trade magazine Channel 21, said: "Britain is unique in its inability to accept nudity openly but one of the reasons so many satellite companies carry German channels in Britain is not because of a large German expat community but because of the amount of nudity at all hours.
Taylforth's is perhaps the most difficult role to fill - critics are notorious for their inability to accept soap stars as panto performers - but it is fair to say that she strikes a pretty fair balance as the black- hearted Lucretia.
We are particularly concerned at your lack of insight into your difficulties and your apparent inability to accept advice about your required training.
Discussing the two state solution now under these conditions shows an acute inability to accept reality.
There have been some casualties, but these may have happened in any event, and values and trends will continue to challenge landlords and occupiers, some of whom may be fettered by the financial institutions and their inability to accept losses.