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refuse

(re′ūs″) [Fr. refus, denial, rejection]
Anything discarded; garbage, trash, waste.
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The Refusers are rocking the natural health movement by raising consumer awareness about the industry-sponsored chemical assault on our bodies - and are inspiring fans to resist the pharma-dominated paradigm promoted by the mainstream media.
Whether shaping is used to increase school attendance or duration apart from the attachment figure in the home, exposure to separation remains the common denominator for those school refusers with SAD.
Lief put accusers into three categories: refusers, returners, and retractors.
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.
Kaiser Permanente Research Shows That Refusers Tend to Be Older and Have More Children
Protesters warned at the time that there are a growing number of tax refusers ready to fight in the courts against the tax.
Protesters warned yesterday that there are a growing number of tax refusers ready to fight in the courts.