other words for refuse
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The ruling itself won’t matter too much—the US can appeal it, and because the US is refusing to appoint new members to the WTO’s appellate board, the end result is legal limbo.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said earlier this month that Democrats refuse to go below $2 trillion.
Some customers refuse to dine altogether if they can’t be seated outside.
So, in 2017, Coel walked away from a $1 million offer by Netflix to buy the rights to I May Destroy You after the streaming giant refused to include copyright royalties in the deal.
What we can say about younger audiences is that they refuse to define themselves by any media brand.
In some cases, residents ended up in court after the housing authority refused to accept payments that fell short of the total amount owed.
The biggest opposition is brewing in response to how dismissive Lukashenko has been about the coronavirus pandemic, refusing to take protective action, says David Marples, a history professor at the University of Alberta and an expert on Belarus.
At one point the former Soviet Union announced it was withdrawing from the WHO and refused to pay its membership fees for several years.
He argues that the American economy has failed most Americans, and that the American political class has failed them again by refusing to focus on the underlying fault lines in the economy.
She was Princess Belle in the most recent movie, and she refused to wear a corset.
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