Deny


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Deny

An ancient Egyptian unit of volume approximately equivalent to 50 cubic centimeters.
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I cannot deny, Senor Don Quixote, that there is some truth in what you say, especially as regards the Spanish knights-errant; and I am willing to grant too that the Twelve Peers of France existed, but I am not disposed to believe that they did all the things that the Archbishop Turpin relates of them.
It struck me to the heart when he told me this, for though it was most rational to think I would not deny him, yet I knew in my own conscience I must deny him, and I saw my ruin in my being obliged to do so; but I knew it was my business to talk otherwise then, so I interrupted him in his story thus.
Despite a number of pro-taxpayer court decisions, the IRS continues to deny the annual gift tax exclusion if a Crummey trust beneficiary has only a right to withdraw trust contributions, without some other economic interest in the trust.
The plaintiffs understand the issue of cost cutting during the current downturn in the semiconductor business but believe these actions are an inexcusable breach of commitment and are the culmination of a long standing plan and effort to deny their benefits.
The appeals court held that the alleged inadequacies of the prison disciplinary board's finding of facts did not deny the prisoner due process, where the board explicitly relied on a conduct report and investigation which supplied details.
In Krause,(11) because the wife knew of "some" of the husband's embezzlement activities, the Tax Court found this amount of knowledge sufficient to deny innocent spouse relief for all amounts involved.
Question 18: Do you admit or deny that on or about December 17, 1997, you suggested to Monica Lewinsky that the submission of an affidavit in the case of ``Jones v.
Only 4 percent said that it was okay to deny prescribed treatment if the insurance company providing the coverage simply considered it "unnecessary".
In his testimony in the Jones case, Clinton denied, or allowed his lawyer to deny, that he'd had a ``sexual relationship,'' a ``sexual affair'' or ``sexual relations'' with Lewinsky.
The court denied summary judgment on the issue of whether physicians showed deliberate indifference by refusing leg surgery that was deemed "urgent" by specialists, and on the issue of whether the corporation was liable to the prisoner for the delayed surgery based on the possible existence of a policy to delay or deny surgical benefits.
UST's own filing offers the best reason for the FTC to deny its petition.
The Texas Court of Appeals handed down a decision to deny a motion to rehear the judgment award which was previously upheld by the Texas Court of Appeals in June 1998 in favor of Penn Octane Corporation in connection with Penn Octane Corp.