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refuse

(re′ūs″) [Fr. refus, denial, rejection]
Anything discarded; garbage, trash, waste.
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The refusers were a distinctive group in terms of gender, age, knowledge of purpose of a vaccine, and perceived vulnerability.
Once Funk went public with his CO status, he received letters of support from Catholic anti-war activists, people who had been COs during Vietnam and World War II, Israeli military refusers, and American expatriates proud of Funk's resistance.
I do not wish to question the beliefs or moral convictions of the refusers profiled in your stow.
Lief put accusers into three categories: refusers, returners, and retractors.
Every time a batch of leases comes up for renewal there are refusers.
The challenges in primary care are many, and one of increasing importance is what to say to vaccine refusers.
On 16th April a demonstration in support of Israeli refusers being imprisoned will take place at the entrance to the "Bakum" in Tel Hashomer military base.