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to prove or show to be false

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Harrison (2003) too, agreed and added that homophobia has less to do with actual intolerance of homosexuality, and more to do with expressing disproval of anyone who does not conform to "traditional" roles.
In terms of shareholders, we expect stock price changes to be a signal of urgency and investor approval or disproval of the firm's strategy.
The overall tone towards prostitution as socially constructed is that of moral disproval.
During his life time, King Rama III, his half-brother made known his disproval of this style of wearing the robe, and Prince Mongkut, when he attended the royal ceremony, with respect to the King always changed and wore his robe in the traditional Thai style.
A second disproval of the belief induced by the substitution [?
The king thought that it would be best if the land were sold to a Thai instead, and emphasized the importance of not letting the farang know about the (unofficial) royal disproval of the land sale, as this was likely to give rise to complaints and cause trouble for the government.
It could be argued, then, that by reporting the crime to the police, the women's mothers, friends and neighbours expressed their disproval of the women's decision not to take on an important duty expected of women.
50) Despite the seemingly overwhelming disproval of standard U.
Providing readers with wealth of useful data and often surprising information, Future Hype reveals nine technological myths including: the disproval of the rate change is not exponential; important new products do not arrive any faster then they ever have; the analytical perspective that the internet doesn't really change everything; and more interesting and documented observations.