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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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Data has shown that Tregs derived from draining lymph nodes of corneal allograft acceptors express higher levels of CCR7 compared to those of graft rejectors [48].
Based on a broad historical overview and empirical analysis, the authors categorize the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and its various offshoots as participators, Salafis as conditionalists, al-Qaeda as well as the Taliban as rejectors, Iranian Shia Islamism as participatory, and Turkey's ruling AK Party as post-Islamist.
However, except this factor, there are significant differences among Postponers, Opponents and Rejectors with respect to all the others factors under study.
As such, evangelical Christian supporters of Israel eagerly place themselves in relation to ostensible "other" Christian traditions as lovers of Israel and rejectors of "replacement theology." Their recognition of the Jews as being in a special relationship with the God of Israel is stymied, however, by liberal Jews, who do not understand their true role and destiny.
"This early involvement is especially fruitful for studios in the case of branded, or franchise material, where the legacy of the source content--like a book, a comicbook, a TV show, a videogame or a previous movie--needs to be understood, and the motivations of the fans, fence-sitters and rejectors need to be identified and profiled."
The study was based on the responses of 6,178 buyers and 1,851 rejectors of new cars and utility vehicles who purchased their vehicles between September 2009 and April.
Waliggo concludes: "The rejected Jesus of Nazareth being raised from the dead as the victorious Christ, to the great shame and dismay of his rejectors, is the Christ that is relevant to Africa" (179).
Having been forced into independence from their traditional cultures, Native Americans are in no way rejectors of those cultures' form.
Both Abdullah bin Jabreen and Hamid al-Ali (a Kuwaiti-based Salafi cleric) issued fatwas repeating the usual insults and accusations against Shi'ites, namely that they are rafida (rejectors) and stand with the enemies of Islam.
Specially designed questions quizzed these "coffee rejectors" about prior consumption patterns and why they changed.
In addition, half of all 'informed' executives having disappointing experiences of system dynamics modelling, and become active rejectors of the approach.