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rebuffed (by a lover) without warning

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BEIRUT: Former Guantanamo detainee Moazzem Begg said Tuesday that he offered the British government help in negotiating with ISIS over the possible release of Alan Henning, but that they spurned his offer until it was too late.
Griffin was convicted in 2011 of threatening to kill another woman who spurned him.
Stretch spurned Each side spurned chances in the second half as first Telford's Rooney played in Stephen Jones - but his left-foot shot lacked pace and was easily saved.
Gopperth spurned another kick at goal to find the corner and was rewarded with Mark Wilson being driven over for a 32nd-minute try and Gopperth converting for the half-time lead.
shares surged more than 10 percent earlier this month on speculation that Microsoft would lodge a new bid for the web giant more than three years after being spurned.
The acid-scarred victim of a spurned lover has been told by the courts that she will get no compensation--not even one rial--for the crime.
THE New Saints were left to rue some spurned second-half chances after suffering a Welsh Cup semi-final exit at the hands of Llanelli at sun-drenched Aberystwyth.
EVERTON midfielder Jack Rodwell has spurned reported interest from Manchester United to sign a new five-year contract with the club.
CDATA[ Moses was spurned by Pharaoh, Netanyahu spurned by Obama.
The Toffees spurned a number of chances throughout the game that would have put them level on points with Aston Villa and Merseyside rivals Liverpool.
FINE goalkeeping, a host of spurned chances and poor penalty corners cost North Shields Firsts dearly as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat against Newcastle University Fourths.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu struck the winning spot-kick in sudden death after substitute Maicon had spurned the chance to give Brazil their fifth title by placing his penalty over the crossbar.
Chris Hargreaves and Nicky Wroe spurned chances for the Gulls, but Chris Brandon made the points safe in stoppage time when he ran onto Michael Flynn's pass and tucked the ball home.
Cheltenham, with just one fit striker, struggled to carve out any clear-cut openings, but Scott Murray spurned a good chance in first-half stoppage time, drilling his shot just wide.
As hypothesized, being spurned produced depersonalization, with such effects being reduced more by a predominantly problem-focused coping style than by a predominantly emotion-focused style.