refuse


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Synonyms for refuse

Synonyms for refuse

to be unwilling to accept, consider, or receive

to be unwilling to grant

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food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)

elude, especially in a baffling way

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refuse to let have

resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ

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refuse entrance or membership

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If a refuse truck can load/ unload the contents of a communal refuse bin in a single time unit compared to the larger time frame required to load/ unload the contents of individual refuse bins, then the refuse collection service can cover a larger area, service communities over several districts, and allow surplus resources to be reallocated or made redundant.
Item 1 8 refuse collection vehicle bodies (at least 18 mA),
It has already gained significant traction among municipal utility providers and private refuse haulers in response to demand for a medium duty truck that is specifically designed to withstand the severe conditions of waste collection.
The Ministry also says that municipalities should ask the Finance Ministry for subsidies and zero-interest loans to cover the additional costs of transporting refuse.
Bishkek city refuse dump has exhausted its resources, Bishkek Vice Mayor Valery Kornienko told media representatives on December 11.
IN COMMON with his fellow first-season sire Haafhd, Refuse To Bend was a 2,000 Guineas winner who proved to have the requisite stamina to also register a Group 1 over 1m2f.
Paul Holmes, the secretary of the Huddersfield branch of the Unison union, said the district's refuse collectors did a good job.
What do we pay council tax for if it is not going to cover refuse collection?
Some judges have ruled in favor of the idea, and more than a dozen state legislatures are now considering bills that would allow medical professionals to refuse treatment to individuals based on religious and moral objections.
suggests that consumers refuse to pay the tax by deducting 3 percent from their monthly bills.
Some would protect any health-care workers who refuse to take part in virtually any therapy or procedure to which they object.
Thousands of blacks in Montgomery, Alabama, refuse to ride the buses.
If NCLB-induced costs actually surpassed the federal revenue flow, then states could simply refuse the money.
One bill, co-sponsored by John Kerry and Rick Santorum, called the Workplace Religious Freedom Act, would allow pharmacists to refuse to dispense a drug if another pharmacist on duty could step in and fill the offending prescription.
state has a policy allowing some health care providers or institutions to refuse to provide some type of reproductive health care, according to an analysis by the Alan Guttmacher Institute.