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Deny

An ancient Egyptian unit of volume approximately equivalent to 50 cubic centimeters.
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In denying the inmates contact with their lawyers, says Boyle, the government is, in effect, labeling the lawyers themselves as under suspicion.
Erickson(4) by ruling that the Due Process Clause does not preclude a law enforcement agency from sanctioning employees for falsely denying alleged employment-related misconduct.
Documented reasons for accepting or denying an applicant.
Hill asserted that High Desert Medical Group's Heritage Provider Network holds a license that allows it to function like an HMO and said HMOs in general are founded on denying medical care.
In denying the taxpayer's claims, the court in Continental Vending first noted that Fahs was distinguishable because the debt was a secured obligation.
One who understands the Church's teaching on euthanasia, yet contradicts it, is denying "a doctrine, a truth proposed as definitive and unchangeable.
9: If the ball-handler chooses to pass the ball over to the opposite side, the defense can rotate over, with #3 and #1 trapping the ball, #5 denying the sideline pass, #4 dropping into the lane to look for the hurried pass, and #2 sliding over to deny a ball reversal.
Unless it can be shown, independent of religious and natural-law arguments, that homosexual acts and partnerships constitute a real threat to social welfare, statutes prohibiting them or denying them equal protection are without a rational secular basis.
behind this legislation is to guarantee women the basic right to participate fully and equally in the workforce, without denying them the fundamental right to full participation in family life.
On June 30th, a three-judge panel of the Second District Court of Appeals upheld a lower court decision denying the Schindlers' motion to intervene in the case.
Deeply held religious beliefs provide a convenient and all-encompassing excuse that precludes any rational thought and has in the past been used to justify war, torture, burning people alive for heresy and witchcraft, denying women equality with men, blocking access to birth control and family planning information, and beating and murdering gays and lesbians and denying us the same lights as straight people.
The district court denied the petition, finding that prison officials did not deny the prisoner due process by falling to compel witnesses to name a "certain offender" named in a tip regarding drug trafficking, nor by denying him permission to view security videos and other physical evidence.