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verb abandon, abhor, abjure, abnegate, banish, blackball, boycott, brush aside, cashier, cast aside, cast away, cast off, challenge, contravene, controvert, decline, demur, deny, despise, detest, disaffirm, disallow, disapprove, disavow, disbelieve, discard, disclaim, discount, disdain, disinherit, dismiss, disown, dispute, dissent, dodge, eject, eliminate, eradicate, excise, exclude, expel, extirpate, extract, forbid, forswear, gainsay, get rid of, hold in contempt, ignore, impugn, jeer, jettison, jilt, keep out, lay aside, leave out, neglect, object, oppose, ostracize, oust, overrule, pass by, pass over, preclude, proscribe, protest, rebuff, refuse, refuse to accept, reeuse to consider, reicere, remove, renounce, repel, repudiare, repudiate, repulse, revolt, scoff at, scout, scrap, screen out, set aside, shun, slight, snub, spurn, take exception to, throw aside, throw out, traverse, uproot, veto, vote against, waive, weed out
See also: abrogate, annul, ban, bar, censor, challenge, condemn, contemn, counteract, decry, defect, demonstrate, demur, denounce, deny, deprecate, differ, disaccord, disaffirm, disagree, disallow, disavow, disbelieve, discard, disclaim, discriminate, disdain, disfavor, dismiss, disobey, disoblige, disown, disqualify, dissent, eliminate, eschew, exclude, expel, fight, forgo, forswear, gainsay, ignore, oppose, outlaw, overrule, prohibit, proscribe, protest, rebuff, refuse, relegate, relinquish, remove, renounce, repudiate, repulse, resign, select, set aside, spurn, waive
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Even though the use of supplemental heat rejecters appears to be beneficial for relatively large buildings, initial costs and electricity consumption of heat rejecters may diminish the potential savings if the HyGCHP system is not carefully designed (Yavuzturk 2000).
The results in those studies showed that rejected helpers, in an effort to deal with the threat to the self posed by the rejection, were less willing to associate further with the recipient of the offer than were accepted helpers, devalued the rejecter to a greater extent than they did to the self, and felt more strongly than did accepted helpers that the recipient of the offer had not realized the importance of accepting help.
Hawthorne saw Emerson as an "everlasting rejecter of all that is, and seeker for he knows not what.
Not uncommonly, a rejecter begins by saying, "I don't believe in God because .
Cultural critics have objected to the way the Shakespearean intertext may stifle the emancipatory potential of the film's depiction of counter-cultural and gay life: the heterosexual bourgeois Scott as Hal repudiates Mike as lover and Bob as Falstaffian principle, though the rejected continues to admire the rejecter.
United reject Beckham and rejecter Ronaldinho are the subject of an interesting market with Bet365, who offer 11-4 for the England captain to outscore new Barcelona signing Roni in the Spanish league next season.
According to Chris Phillips, a technology manager for BP, one possibility could be reusing the gas as a miscible rejecter to enhance recovery of more oil.
Les femmes poetes ontariennes denoncent un monde desorientant, ou pour certaines le seul moyen de s'assumer est de rejecter l'homme, de se creer un monde a l'abri de sa perception.
His, however, was not the Joyce of "silence, exile, and cunning," the rejecter of his country and countrymen, but rather the new "green" Joyce now seen as the true modern representative of a repressed Catholic class and consciousness (in spite of - or even because of - his abandonment of things Catholic).
Mechanisms of avian egg recognition: which parameters elicit responses by rejecter species?
The study also stresses the advantage of hybrid GHPs in areas of limited land availability, and suggest a design procedure, which sizes the ground loop for the heating loads, and size the supplemental heat rejecter for the difference in the cooling load.
Nathaniel Hawthorne, whose friendship Emerson tried to cultivate, wrote in his 1842 journal that Emerson was "that everlasting rejecter of all that is, and seeker for he knows not what.