refusal

  1. the act of refusing
  2. the polite declining of an invitation

Refusal

Refusal is lack of agreement to perform a particular course of action. Refusal can also mean: ...
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refusal

[n] - the act of refusing 2. [n] - a message refusing to accept something that is offered
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Refusal

A patient may refuse a particular treatment, or make a living will. Certain conditions apply. Medics, first aiders, and carers must then comply with the refusal. For fuller information see the HRI document on Heart attacks and consent for carers and first aiders.
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Refusal

Re·fus'al (- a l) noun 1. The act of refusing; denial of anything demanded, solicited, or offered for acceptance. « Do they not seek occasion of new quarrels, On my refusal , to distress me more?» Milton. 2. The right of taking in preference to other...
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refusal

noun a message refusing to accept something that is offered
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refusal

(re-fu´zal) a declining to do something or to accept something. conscientious refusal conscientious objection. informed refusal refusal of treatment after one has been informed about it in an effort to gain informed consent. refusal of treatm...
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Refusal

• (n.) The act of refusing; denial of anything demanded, solicited, or offered for acceptance. • (n.) The right of taking in preference to others; the choice of taking or refusing; option; as, to give one the refusal of a farm; to have the refusal of an employment.
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Refusal

[horse] In horse riding, a refusal is the failure of a horse to jump a fence to which he/she is presented. This includes any stop in forward motion. A runout occurs when the horse quickly slides past or `ducks out` of a fence instead of jumping it, without stopping forward motion. ==Problems with refusals== Refusals and runouts are counted ...
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refusal

A faulted performance in which the dog turns away, stops in front of significantly, or runs by the intended obstacle. Also applies to a situation where the dog performs the obstacle in a manner not specified in the rulebook (jumping the wing, for example.)
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refusal

A refusal is when a horse stops, runs out, or traces his or her path in front of a fence. It is usually worth 3 faults for one refusal, 6 faults for two refusals and elimination for three refusals.
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Refusal

When a horse refuses to jump a particular obstacle when asked
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