inability to accept

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Martin sent his inability to accept and his regrets by wire "collect."
Frasco said the political family's inability to accept transformation in the district by choosing another leader has shown their kind of leadership.
For a shot of high-brow culture, Jeddah Season also saw a staging of William Shakespeare's acclaimed tragedy "King Lear" about a monarch who -- through his inability to accept criticism and only listen to those who falsely proclaim their love and respect for him -- is driven to the verge of insanity.
Defence agent Michael Horsman said: "The offence has arisen from his inability to accept the end of a relationship.
Calls for regime change reflect an ideological inability to accept the legitimacy of the Islamic Republic, not some pressing security concern.
'The inability to accept that we are a drought prone country has delayed our progress and readiness to produce food under this difficult environment,' he said.
"She clearly was suffering from a rapidly increasing mental disorder with an inability to accept the physical evidence there wasn't anything wrong with her," Craze said.
Resilience is an admirable quality when it indicates strength of character, but when it becomes insensitivity, obstinacy, intolerance and an inability to accept any other reasoning, it is anything but an attribute.
Swaraj too expressed her inability to accept the invitation citing prior commitments but announced that Union Minister of Food Processing Industries Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Union Minister of State (MoS), Independent Charge, for Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri would visit Pakistan, representing India.
For example, they may suggest individual issues around a fear of the intimacy a healthy marriage involves, an inability to accept the accommodation and compromise that a long-term life together necessitates, or even a serious mental health condition or personality disorder.
In the letter, Trump is said to have regretted his inability to accept the invitation.
Zayyat manages to display the mother's misrepresentations of her surroundings in order to depict her fear of realization and inability to accept her sickness.