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  • A group called the Deny the Waiver Coalition then sued to have the waiver revoked, and they are now appealing the decision from the lower court.

    UNWAIVERING

  • -- whose name I keep writing as "Deny" -- is a great model and an adorable girl AND YET OH MY GOD DON'T. poll by twiigs. com

    GoFugYourself

  • After a thirty-minute briefing by Gonzales, Bush checked "Deny" — just as he had denied twenty-nine other pleas for clemency in his first twenty-eight months as governor.

    Death in Texas

  • 'Deny' is here clearly equal to 'withhold;' and the 'it,' quite in the genius of vehement conversation, which a syntaxist explains by ellipses and _subauditurs_ in a Greek or Latin classic, yet triumphs over as ignorances in a contemporary, refers to accidental and artificial rank or elevation, implied in the verb

    Literary Remains, Volume 2

  • At least so it seems when Denyse (accent on the "Deny") O'Leary starts citing to Sal (Sycophantry-R-Us) Cordova for her fractured English brain dribblings. strange decision to drop the section of the National Science Foundation's report on science literacy that deals with evolution denialism.

    Thoughts in a Haystack

  • If the user selects to deny the connection, a "Deny" Program Exception Rule will be created.

    ITsVISTA

  • "Deny" is the word the hucksters of longevity should be using.

    NYT > Home Page

  • For example, if you decide to let a program run which then starts behaving badly, you can "Deny" it permission to run - and optionally delete any files it created.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Locking is either by default (overrideModeDefault = "Deny"), or set explicitly by a location tag with overrideMode = "Deny" or the legacy allowOverride = "false".

    ASP.NET Forums

  • "Deny" the dubious science or dangerous politics of anthropogenic climate change and you're the kind of person who would support slavery and keep women barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen!"

    Archive 2008-03-01

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