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Synonyms for unaccepted

not conforming to standard usage

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Aden, Dhul-AlQad'ah 8, 1438, July 31, 2017, SPA -- Head of the Higher Committee for Relief in Yemen Abd Al-Raqib Fath condemned today the coup militias preventing the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Peter Maurer and his accompanying delegation from visiting prisons in a number of provinces under coup militia control as an internationally unaccepted behavior.
Vouchers from the e-edition are currently unaccepted.
Abul-Gheit said in a statement that this "odious act" is an unaccepted violation of the sacred places and poses threats to lives of innocent civilians in the city.
Compassion unaccepted is not an easy thing to swallow.
I have never felt unaccepted or on the outside simply because I'm gay, or the need to 'come out' as it just seems common knowledge.
These four suggestions of the early micro-Takaful experiments in Sudan have not been in operation because they are still debatable or unaccepted by the Insurance Supervisory Board.
He went on saying that any bet on using the displaced as a political paper was unaccepted by Lebanon till the end.
In this case, the Supreme Court held that an unaccepted Rule 68 offer is not enough to moot a plaintiff's claim.
Mundra warned that RBI is seized of this issue and may take a strict action, including heavy penalties, if the banking industry continues to follow such unethical and unaccepted practices of mis- selling of third- party products.
The embrace from the Liverpool manager was warm, but the gift she was carrying went unaccepted.
Of the unaccepted recommendations, many are important to religious minorities and the realisation of the right to freedom of religion or belief, including approximately 35 recommendations addressing the rights of Muslim Rohingya.
The implication that someone who possesses physical features like the plaintiff could not be the important historical and public figure of Jesus Christ," stated Joseph, acting as his own attorney, "caused the plaintiff to feel, among other things, rejected and unaccepted by society.
Moreover, they admit they feel culturally unaccepted.
In a condemnation suit, unaccepted offers to buy or sell and listings are not evidence of land value.
The circuit courts are split on whether an unaccepted offer of judgment that fully satisfies a plaintiffs claim is sufficient to render the claim moot and thus beyond the judicial power of Article III of the United States Constitution.