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Meanings and phrases
- Anderson was arrested on December 23, 2018, after refusing to pay his limo driver $50.
- In May 1911 she was sent to prison for seven days for refusing to pay for a dog licence.
- Betty then leaves the house as Roy, refusing to pay his clients back, is consequently beaten up.
- He was later expelled from the German-led "Decathlon Team" group in 1994 for refusing to take a drug test.
- He is most well- known for refusing to take down the name "St. Paul's Institution" personally during World War II.
- Rodriguez, also refusing to take full credit, decided to resign from the Guild so that the joint credit could remain.
- However, WJ faced severe media scrutiny for refusing to accept responsibility for the incident.
- Eadbald outraged the church by marrying his stepmother, which was contrary to Church law, and by refusing to accept baptism.
- This practice is discouraged by the Commission, as is the practice of certain shops of refusing to accept high-value euro notes.
- She is arrested and convicted while refusing to give her real name or full story for fear of humiliating her family.
- The line cut from the script by Martinus suggested that the Doctor was refusing to give in to the regeneration process.
- They also reiterated the claim that the Coast Guard had delayed cleanup by refusing to give permission to immediately use chemical dispersants on the spill.
- One issue was refusing to allow veterans to hold a drumhead mass in Wardown Park.
- Kempton was refusing to allow Mick to compete in the re–run, adamant he had already run the Derby.
- Her father initially said no, refusing to allow his daughter to work in an environment with males.
- A lengthy legal battle ensued, with Lynchehaun refusing to leave.
- Simon is refusing to leave the house because he is so embarrassed that he was attacked by girls.
- In December 1965, Johnson staged a sit-down strike in a police station, refusing to leave, as a protest against their continued surveillance.