disregard


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Synonyms for disregard

Synonyms for disregard

to refuse to pay attention to (a person); treat with contempt

to pretend not to see

to fail to care for or give proper attention to

to avoid the fulfillment of

an act or instance of neglecting

a lack of consideration for others' feelings

Synonyms for disregard

lack of attention and due care

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willful lack of care and attention

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refuse to acknowledge

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give little or no attention to

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For example, under the disregard process, the Home Office has rejected several applications where the activity was non-consensual and others where the other party was under 16-years-old.
Mr Gyimah said "A blanket pardon, without the detailed investigations carried out by the Home Office under the disregard process, could see people guilty of an offence which is still a crime today claiming to be pardoned.
The origin of manifest disregard of the law is found in the Supreme Court's opinion in Wilko v.
Other councils who completely disregard war pensions when calculating benefits and council tax include Gateshead, South Tyneside, Castle Morpeth, Alnwick, Blyth, Wansbeck and North Tyneside.
4) The petitioners argued that, because courts could use nonstatutory standards of review like manifest disregard, parties could also use nonstatutory standards of review, like clear errors of the law.
Increasing the war pensioner disregard has been a priority of ours for a number of years," said council leader Coun Bob Symonds.
This article will discuss one of the non-statutory grounds--manifest disregard of the law--and the impact Harbert should have on a losing party's consideration before seeking judicial relief through a motion to vacate.
But Conservatives say they should follow the example of neighbouring North Tyneside Council where the Tories have decided to disregard pensions completely.
Schneider did not intentionally disregard rules or regulations.
While Gordon won his first race of the season and his first in nearly two years, four-time Winston Cup champion Jeff Gordon (for the last time, Jeff and Robby Gordon are not related) was the first to point out that the pass was dangerous, ill-advised and in complete disregard to the aforementioned gentleman's agreement.
There is a terrible record of disregard for the environment and fire safety at Giant Cement, and something needs to change, before there is a catastrophe.
Secretary of State Bill Jones said Wednesday that Los Angeles County District Attorney-elect Steve Cooley's policy to cut some third-strike prosecutions ``is a dangerous abuse of discretion and a flagrant disregard for the law.
The Tax Court held that under Texas law the partnership should be respected because there was no reason to conclude that a hypothetical buyer or seller would disregard it.
Then again, if Woods is expected back for the tournament, the committee could disregard losses incurred without him - just as it will disregard Michigan State's losses without Mateen Cleaves and Temple's losses without Pepe Sanchez.