refuse to tolerate

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They can refuse to tolerate any disruption of Mueller's investigation, including the firing of him or his boss, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Or is it really that we're just a thrawn, insular wee football culture where players refuse to tolerate different or open their minds to outside influences?
At the same time, the EU governments -- in particular in eastern Europe -- refuse to tolerate high-flown ideas from Brussels.
This only underscores the fact that we must elect a president who will stand tough on guns and will refuse to tolerate bigotry.
The Chairman NAB said that a corruption-free Pakistan will remain a dream unless we the citizens of Pakistan refuse to tolerate or accept corruption as a fact of life.
The Chairman NAB said that a corruption free Pakistan will remain a dream unless we the citizens of Pakistan refuse to tolerate or accept corruption as a fact of life.
One of your greatest responsibilities as a leader is to reward the right behaviors and refuse to tolerate the wrong behaviors.
Now that AU's lawyers have won the right to intervene in the case, they are gearing up to represent others whose rights are at risk because religious non-profit institutions - many of which receive millions in taxpayer support and hire people from a variety of religious and philosophical backgrounds - refuse to tolerate the use of contraceptives by their employees.
Other countries refuse to tolerate FGM and as a result it's decreasing.
We must refuse to tolerate hate crime and incidents in order to help remove the problem.
To refuse to tolerate people for who they are and how they are made is contrary to the values of a civilised society (and churches themselves need to take this on in formulating their own policies).