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This comes after very public complaints from Microsoft regarding xCloud’s rejection from the App Store, which Apple denied because its App Store rules fundamentally did not allow game-streaming platforms on it.
The error was compounded by the botched early rollout of testing kits and rejection of tests manufactured in other countries.
It must’ve been a combo of getting used to rejection but then also not taking it as rejection.
This kind of affect-laden, motivated thinking explains a wide range of examples of an extreme, evidence-resistant rejection of historical fact and scientific consensus.
Since its last rejection, that request has gotten even harder for a project that’s been kicking around for 15 years.
A little inquiry by the officers showed that the trouble originated in the rejection of the bills by the railroad.
The rejection of the reform bill produced an extraordinary sensation throughout the country.
The rejection of' his motion irritated the already inflamed minds of the Chartists.
Soon after its ignominious rejection the gout laid hold on Chatham, and he did not appear in parliament again for two years.
North gave way and, in obedience to instructions, Harcourt procured the rejection of the bill.

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