unwillingness


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the state of not being disposed or inclined

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When he left the job that he did for the last Labour government, Lord Digby Jones said that he was amazed at the unwillingness of Whitehall to sack incompetent staff.
Patna : A day after expressing his unwillingness to be IPL chairman again, Union minister Rajiv Shukla on Thursday refused to talk more than what he had already said on the raging spot-fixing scandal and the demand for resignation of BCCI president N Srinivasan.
Sanctions by the Arab League as well as the restrictive measures applied by the EU are a reaction to the regime's brutality and unwillingness to chance course," she said.
By demonstrating a clear unwillingness to allow Welsh parliamentarians to put forward their views to the Israeli ambassador, Mr Elis-Thomas demonstrates a clear lack of understanding of the conflict and may damage Wales' standing on the international stage.
He warned"people's unwillingness to participate in next elections is wrong", citing "incapability of current local council todeliver services as an unjustified reason".
It is my obligation not only as an elected official in a pluralistic society, but also as a Christian, to remain open to the possibility that my unwillingness to support gay marriage is misguided," he wrote in his book The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream.
It is a story of stunning shortsightedness and unwillingness to take any responsibility for the sustainability of the land, the people or the future.
Within the recycling industry, a lot of the bad feelings and animosity can stem from an unwillingness to offer second chances.
A strength of both of the movies is an unwillingness to sugarcoat the gravity of the situation.
So too has the flagrant, hypocritical unwillingness of Republicans to live by their own small-government philosophy.
She is disturbed by her grandfather's seeming unwillingness to accept her support.
It shows that global efforts to combat trafficking are being hampered by a lack of accurate data, reflecting the unwillingness of some countries to acknowledge that the problem affects them.
The theologians, led by Italian Giulio Girardi, listed seven reasons why John Paul II should not be canonized, including, among others, his refusal to allow a more open discussion of both sexual ethics and the role of women in the church, his "repression" of liberation theology, and his unwillingness to permit a more democratic structure in the church.
A major roadblock thus far is the government's unwillingness to cooperate with Cordani's team.