disavowal


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Synonyms for disavowal

denial of any connection with or knowledge of

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The other is called "the formal disavowal of training" (sikkhapaccakkhana), and its details are given by canonical commentary (Vin III 24-28; Horner vol.
10 (BNA): Qatar's High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC), Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, has said that discrimination between human beings on the grounds of religion or belief constitutes an affront to human dignity and a disavowal of the principles of the Charter of the United Nations.
Democrats fired back that Hurd's initial denunciation of Trump - and subsequent disavowal - was politically motivated and only came after other Republicans called on Trump to drop out.
In an interview given to Al Mayadeen TV, al-Moallem clarified that the US wanted to direct accusations at Russia after its Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov succeeded in embarrassing the US for its disavowal of the deal with Russia, adding that the US also wanted to lie and change facts in regards with what the Syrian government is doing, but it failed.
The delegation pointed out that the continuation of war and aggression and the other party's disavowal from his responsibilities was the reason for delaying the arrival of the delegation members to Kuwait.
It wasn't a disavowal, it was her claim to a free space.
He continued this disavowal until his death, in jail, in 1998.
This optimism suggests a certain degree of psychological disavowal (that is, an unconscious refusal to accept the horrific possibilities encased in the onscreen proceedings) at work in the spectatorship of disaster.
Washington, March 22 (Petra)--US President Barack Obama said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's pre-election disavowal of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict makes it "hard to find a path" toward serious negotiations to resolve the issue.
Netanyahu's disavowal of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been met with alarm in the United States.
For Shulem Deen, whose memoir All Who Go Do Not Return, out this month from Graywolf Press, asking whywhy do we live this way, why do we believe what we believeled to his being declared a heretic by New Square's rabbinical court, the fallout including a divorce from his wife of almost 15 years, the loss of visitation rights to his five children, and eventually, his disavowal of Hasidic life.
This startling disavowal of the two-state solution went against the core of the official Israeli position, even if it has been ignored in reality.
It was a cold, clinical disavowal of trust in our club.
According to her, the objection of this article by some blocs is a disavowal of the consensus reached before.
Otherwise, the oracle returns a bit [mu] = 0 and proceeds with the execution of the disavowal protocol with A.