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reject

(rĭ-jĕkt′)
tr.v. re·jected, re·jecting, re·jects
1. To spit out or vomit: The baby rejected the medicine.
2. Medicine To resist immunologically the introduction of (a transplanted organ or tissue); fail to accept as part of one's own body.

re·ject′er, re·jec′tor n.
re·jec′tion (-jĕk′shən) adj.
re·jec′tive adj.
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DC offset estimated from this result is excluded by DC rejecter for improving signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) in decoding process.
Even though the use of supplemental heat rejecters appears to be beneficial for relatively large buildings, initial costs and electricity consumption of heat rejecters may diminish the potential savings if the HyGCHP system is not carefully designed (Yavuzturk 2000).
Mechanisms of avian egg recognition: which egg parameters elicit responses by rejecter species?
If Jones makes a poorly thought-out choice to play Russian roulette, even though he is not suicidal and even though this foolish risk may destroy his otherwise rational life, a rejecter of the "dispositional view" of agency holds that the whim better expresses Jones's good than do the settled preferences and values he has developed over time.
In addition, rejected helpers regarded the recipient as being too defensive in viewing the offer of help, felt that the recipient had not realized the importance of accepting help, and devalued the rejecter to a greater extent than they did to the self(Cheuk & Rosen, 1993, 1996).
Heliodorus's stepmother, Attic Demainete, murders her kin, and the Machiavellian mother and "princess," Egyptian Arsake, nearly executes her male rejecter and her female rival (Aeth.
Hawthorne saw Emerson as an "everlasting rejecter of all that is, and seeker for he knows not what.
He is, they argued, the typical dependent clinger who turns into a help rejecter, a type of patient whom family physicians always find very difficult.
Not uncommonly, a rejecter begins by saying, "I don't believe in God because .
Cultural critics have objected to the way the Shakespearean intertext may stifle the emancipatory potential of the film's depiction of counter-cultural and gay life: the heterosexual bourgeois Scott as Hal repudiates Mike as lover and Bob as Falstaffian principle, though the rejected continues to admire the rejecter.
United reject Beckham and rejecter Ronaldinho are the subject of an interesting market with Bet365, who offer 11-4 for the England captain to outscore new Barcelona signing Roni in the Spanish league next season.
There are four models in the range: Quicktron 05 A Touch, which is designed for 'freefall' analysis of bulk material; Transmetron 05 CI Touch (pictured), designed to scan products on a conveyor belt; P-Tron 05 Q, a highly sensitive metal rejecter for use on vacuum fillers in meat processing; and Pharmatron, designed to scan pills and lozenges.