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Without doubt," continued D'Artagnan, unwilling to give his friend time to recollect himself, "I have been to see you at Pierrefonds.
The management is also unwilling to give the student a room in the boys' hostel before a decision is taken by the medical board.
Advocaat has made it clear that he wants to bring in reinforcements before the transfer window closes next week, but was unwilling to give an update although he did confirm that Man City defender Jason Denayer - who had been linked with the Black Cats - was on the move elsewhere.
Negotiations between banks and Apple hit a rough patch after the firm was unwilling to give up a portion of the USD2bn it earns a year from merchants for interchange fees.
Were he to stay next term, Cisse would be unwilling to give up the iconic number nine shirt without a fight.
But Sir John, whose last witness was interviewed in 2011, is unwilling to give a publication date because he said the panel was awaiting responses from people mentioned in the report.
But until the outcome of the talks is known for sure, Milner is unwilling to give Liverpool a definitive answer on their offer.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change was unwilling to give a comfort letter for the change of control of UK assets of RWE Dea, saying Ed Davey, Energy Secretary was worried about effect any future sanctions may have on them.
it is a wrong thing to say that the party is unwilling to give space to someone who wants to work for the people.
The much-talked about lip-lock scene in "Naan Sigappu Manithan" will be retained in the film, despite the revising committee of the censor board unwilling to give a "U" rating.
Meanwhile, business sits on new investment projects, unwilling to give them a green light unless final demand picks up.
If the government is unwilling to give subsidy on electricity it may decide to do so, as prima facie the government is only helping the Independent Power Producers (IPPs) through its subsidy", he said.