reject

[v] - refuse entrance or membership 2. [v] - reject with contempt 3. [v] - refuse to accept or acknowledge
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Reject

Materials that do not come up to the required standard, for example, 'reject engineering brick'.
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Reject

Materials that do not come up to the required standard, for example, 'reject engineering brick'.
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Reject

Raw water (or liquid) that does not pass through the membrane barrier. The concentrate stream contains higher total dissolved solids or suspended solids than the feed stream
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Reject

Re┬Ěject' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rejected ; present participle & verbal noun Rejecting .] [ Latin rejectus , past participle of reicere , rejicere ; prefix re- re- + jacere to t
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reject

freeze off verb reject with contempt; `She spurned his advances`
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Reject

[album] Reject is a 7 inch Split EP by punk rock band Anti-Flag and ska punk band Against All Authority, released in 1996. Though the original EP is hard to find in music stores, due to its DIY release, it can be found spread about the internet on music-sharing sites. ==Track listing== ...
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Reject

The failure of an action (i.e. amendment).
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Reject

Reject is British slang for useless, substandard, worthless.
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Reject

Reject is British slang for useless, substandard, worthless.
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