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Deny

An ancient Egyptian unit of volume approximately equivalent to 50 cubic centimeters.
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Trump appears to be unifying America - unifying Americans in their denial.
Healthcare Revenue Strategies, (HRS), is a revenue cycle consulting provider and developer of RemitWeb TM - a denial management software application that helps healthcare organizations rapidly locate and recover lost revenue within their denials.
This determination is usually communicated back to the hospital the same day or the following day via a phone call, faxed log, or faxed denial letter.
Power-addiction and denial may also afflict entire organizations (examples described by Keohane (2005) include the Roman Catholic Church and Al Qaeda; and Roy (2002) discusses the political governance of countries like India and the US as examples).
3 : a refusal to accept or believe in someone or something <He repeated his denial of the existence of ghosts.
The variation in the denial rates created by this change in policy and the structure of the initial screening system will permit us to examine the effect of these more stringent screening criteria on the labor force participation decisions of older persons.
Ver Eecke takes the right approach to reckon with negativity by making it the royal road to undo denial, a faulty way of avoiding repressed truths about oneself.
It is important to follow all procedures and rules exactly Failure to do so usually results in a denial of relief.
For example, Dan Brenner, assistant superintendent of New York's Roslyn Public Schools says a recent denial of service attack slowed their online systems significantly, and "caused true heartache for the technical staff.
5 and 6 delineate another defensive alignment that is an even more aggressive and denial initial phase of the "50 Press.
As a male survivor of childhood sexual abuse (and a Catholic), I know all too well the issues of secrecy and denial that exist in abusive institutions and the church hierarchy is responding in ways so typical of perpetrators - denial, denial, denial.