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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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In our search for relevant materials in the different comers and remote areas in the self-space, we need a concept (I-position) that is sensitive to the variety of oppositional and contradictive parts of the self, in order to bring them together in a composite whole that continuously remains sensitive and open to new parts as the result of dialogical relationships with other people and with other parts in the self.
In David Augsburger's book, Caring Enough to Confront, he defines care confronting as two words that are no longer distinctive and mutually exclusive, but that are complementary and not contradictive.
This juxtaposition between constructive and destructive forces indicates the complex and contradictive dynamics of modernity and suggests that times of uncertainty and disintegration also may see productive social changes, such as the emergence of previously excluded subjects that bring diverse and critical voices into the public sphere.
output]] [less than or equal to] k which is contradictive to the premise of [absolute value of [S.
Overflows point to political disagreements with the frame that may generate various contradictive behaviours.
However [it has been agreed that the] Gulf Initiative and its Implementation Mechanism substitute the contradictive constitutional provisions.
The estimates themselves however are at certain point contradictive.
However, some theoretical studies have also suggested contradictive results as the (100) or (110) slip planes (18) and (010) (19) for PPv, primarily because these examined only particular structure modifications or calculated the generalized stacking fault (GSF) energies of limited slip planes.
I was shocked due to the selfish ad hoc, contradictive and strange reasoning: All players of BC Liria were of Slavic origine, the best was Serbian (Simic), and on the other hand the fanatic supporters were singing "Ethnic Albania", "I live red and black .
When one compare the absolute values of the IDFs at different range bins, they look like to be contradictive with each other: now that the train is in acceleration from moving into the beam until moving out of the beam, why the absolute speed at end time (with Doppler frequencies below 200 Hz) is smaller than that at the begin time (with Doppler frequencies above 200Hz)?
The numbers here, of course do not tell the whole truth, let alone that numbers lead to contradictive inferences.
Alcibiades in [9] seemed to wittily tackle his contradictive stance as he sought clarity, stating that: "then if a tyrant, holding the chief power in the State, enacts rules of conduct for the citizens, are these enactments law?
International guidelines and regulations have been developed, but regional and local regulations still vary considerably and in parts they are contradictive.
The idea of establishing unified divisions in schools, though semantically contradictive, creates an atmosphere of intimacy and closeness among students and colleagues.
9 active inquiry projects: this can help to motivate the students to make hypotheses, look for and evaluate contradictive evidence and arrive at outstanding conclusions;