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to refuse to admit the truth, reality, value, or worth of

to fail to be in accord

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I am sorry to contradict my famous friend and colleague," said the Owl, "but as far as I'm concerned, I think that when the dead weep, it means they do not want to die.
And when Lucy came into the room again, they were once more unconstrained; Maggie could contradict Stephen, and laugh at him, and he could recommend to her consideration the example of that most charming heroine, Miss Sophia Western, who had a great "respect for the understandings of men.
Our reaction to these political actions that openly contradict historical facts as well as the basic tenets of law has been conveyed to the Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Ankara.
Download MP Houri rejects vote laws contradicting Constitution, Taef NNA - MP Ammar Houri from Future bloc on Tuesday renewed rejection of election law proposals that contradict the Constitution and Taef Agreement, stressing that they shall not pass.
Abdullatif Al-Zayani said in a press release that the GCC member states back the decision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which came in response to Lebanon's official positions that contradict Arab consensus and do not match Gulf-Lebanese relations.
He referred to previous statements made by Iran's President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in more than one occasion calling for opening a new positive page of relations with Arab countries, saying they contradict with the statements made by supreme leader Ali Khamenei during Eid Al-Fitr which indicated that Iran will continue to interfere in the domestic affairs of some Arab countries, including Yemen and Bahrain.
The decree will be effective from the date of issuance and annuls all rulings that contradict with its provisions.
Ruth Samuelson, R-Meckenburg, the committee co-chairwoman, said the executive order "appears to contradict legislation that was enacted.
There are scenes that contradict Islam and the Bible, so we decided not to show it.
Responding to a question which asked whether IFRS requires a change in Saudi laws or contradict Shari'ah/Islamic laws, Dr Meghames said:
The BHC emphasizes that it is inadmissible for the authorities of an EU member state, which has ratified the 1951 Geneva Convention on the Status of Refugees to deliberately take steps which not only contradict basic asylum and protection principles but also jeopardize the security of the persons who sought protection on its territory.
Space, however, the rules of participation in these organizations contradict each other, Deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia Shavarsh
September 15 2011 (TUR) -- The prime minister of the Tunisian transitional government, Beji Caid Essebsi, said Turkey and Tunisia had proven that democracy and Islam did not contradict each at all.
What happens when behaviors contradict principles, when actions contradict words, when reality contradicts dreams, when falsehood covers truth, when aims are not clear and we move towards the unknown, when education is understood as dictation, when education does not reflect on situation, when students are taught what to think not how to think, when education is defined as words, phrases, clauses and sentences to be memorized and parroted, when education is an excuse not a medium, when the wrong definition is given to education?
He described the way raids carried out of being savage and lack judicial notifications and they contradict the Constitution.