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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

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

    NYT > Home Page

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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