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disregard

(Lack of respect), noun affront, aloofness, bad manners, belittlement, callousness, contempt, contumely, depreciation, discourtesy, disesteem, disfavor, dishonor, disobedience, disrespect, heedlessness, impoliteness, impudence, inappreciation, inattentiveness, incivility, inconsideration, indifference, insensitivity, insolence, insult, low estimation, outrage, regardlessness, rudeness, scoffing, scorn, slight, snub, thoughtlessness, undervaluation, unheedfulness, want of thought

disregard

(Omission), noun breach of orders, delinquency, dereliction of duty, disregardfulness, failure to carry out, infraction, infringement, malefaction, malpractice, misbehavior, misconduct, neglect, noncompliance, nonobservance, preterition, refusal to obey, regardlessness, remissness, trespass, violation

disregard

(Unconcern), noun carelessness, disinterestedness, disregardfulness, exclusion, improvidence, imprudence, inattention, incaution, inconsideration, indifference, inobservance, insouciance, lack of care, lack of consideration, lack of interrst, lack of observation, leaving out, mindlessness, neglect, neglectfulness, negligence, nonobservance, oblivion, overlooking, oversight, regardlessness, unheedfulness, unmindfulness, unthinkingness, unwariness, unwatchfulness, want of notice, want of thought

disregard

verb be incurious, be indifferent, be innensitive, dismiss, fail to notice, fail to observe, feel no connern, give no heed, ignore, leave out, leave out of considdration, neglect, neglegere, not bother with, not consider, not hear, not heed, not include, not listen, not think about, not think of, not trouble oneself, omittere, overlook, parvi facere, pass by, pay no attention, pay no regard to, refuse to hear, refuse to know, refuse to regard, snub, spurn, take no account of, take no interest, take no note of, take no notice of, think little of, think nothing of, treat withhut due respect
Associated concepts: disregard for the law, instruct the jury to disregard testimony, reckless disregard
See also: anarchy, breach, break, condonation, condone, contemn, contempt, contravene, default, defiance, defy, dereliction, disaffirm, disbelieve, discount, disdain, disfavor, dishonor, disinterest, dismiss, disobey, disoblige, disown, disparage, disrespect, disuse, eliminate, except, exclude, excuse, flout, ignore, inconsideration, indifference, jeer, laxity, misprize, muse, negate, neglect, negligence, nonfeasance, nonpayment, nonperformance, omission, overlook, override, pretermit, rebuff, reject, remit, resist, shun, spurn, trespass, violate, withstand
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A blanket pardon, without the detailed investigations carried out by the Home Office under the disregard process, could see people guilty of an offence which is still a crime today claiming to be pardoned.
However, over the years, and even in Hall Street, the Supreme Court has not affirmatively stated whether manifest disregard is an independent, common law ground for vacatur, or simply a shorthand method of referring to the grounds enumerated in the FAA.
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In addition to this baseline, the Second Circuit created an often-cited three-part definition of manifest disregard in Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.
But the Mattel opinion goes at least one step further, stating "manifest disregard of the law" was not a nonstatutory ground for review.
Sunderland City Council currently disregards pounds 55 per week and this is set to rise to pounds 65 per week from April 1.
Harbert claimed that the arbitrator's rationale reflected a manifest disregard of the applicable law.
Conservatives in Newcastle have called on the council to follow the example of North Tyneside and introduce a full disregard for war pensions.
There is a very clear pattern of violations here, and we are here to say that we are not going to accept Giant's disregard for our health and safety any longer.
District Attorney-elect Cooley's anticipated blanket policy to let career serious and violent criminals off the hook because their third felony is a nonviolent one is a dangerous abuse of discretion and a flagrant disregard for the law that an overwhelming 72 percent of California voters supported in 1994,'' Jones said in a statement.
As a result, "the courts have not employed the economic substance doctrine to disregard an entity which is recognized as bona fide under state law for the purpose of disallowing a purported valuation discount.
Puerto Rico) that the Selection committee will disregard.