disavowal


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Synonyms for disavowal

denial of any connection with or knowledge of

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He said disavowal of established legal and normative frameworks regulating strategic goods and technologies only undermines the global rules-based order.
He further said that disavowal of established legal and normative frameworks regulating strategic goods and technologies only undermines the global rules-based order.
DPA ROME Italian Interior Minister and Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini said on Friday that he had no problem with Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, in a disavowal of official EU and US~policy.
Meanwhile, the final communique of the PNC ordinary meeting declared that, "Taking into account the disavowal of the occupying power (Israel) towards all its obligations under the signed agreements, as well as [Israel's] termination of these agreements de facto, the PNC declares that the transitional period stipulated in the Oslo, Cairo and Washington agreements, with all their obligations, no longer exist."
Following the PCA, however, merger parties undergo scrutiny, either before or after the fact, and risk disavowal of their transaction.
In the refusal to condemn the killings despite the evidence that at least a portion of the violence deployed was excessive, the U.S.' defense of the IDF amounts to disavowal.
The subpoena is viewed as a sign that Mueller's investigation is gaining momentum and moving closer to the president himself despite Trump's disavowal of any possible coordination with Russia.
Van Der Westhuizen shows how claiming the Afrikaner became a risky business after the fall of official apartheid, leading to disavowal of the identity, even as it became overburdened with conflicting meanings.
An organization with SRO status, like the PSE, is authorized by the SRC to discipline a member of or participant, including through the suspension or expulsion of such member, and disavowal of association with such member, if such participant had engaged in acts or practices 'inconsistent with just and equitable principles of fair trade or in willful violation of any provision' of the SRC and any other law administered by the SEC, the rules or regulations thereunder, or the rules of the SRO.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has warned that Trump's disavowal of the deal would only harm Washington's credibility, adding that Tehran wouldn't walk away from the deal, and nor would the other parties.
Iraq said it would support an extension of Opec output cuts to the end of 2018 and insisted its production plans won't be disrupted by US President Donald Trump's disavowal of the nuclear deal that's boosted its exports.
Asked why the disavowal took him so long, Mr Trump simply walked away.
This has nothing to do with a lack of faith in Jesus or a disavowal of his teachings.
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.