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Her refusal to love him more than a husband is often interpreted as a resistance from incest, but Kahn also inserts the image of a rejecting mother.
Her refusal to give interviews gave rise to press reporters ' expressions, " pulling a Garbo " or " going Garbo ".
Her refusal to recognize her limitations and face reality gets her in trouble.
Her refusal to be placed in a particular category, whether social or literary, was characteristic of her determination to come across as an individual rather than a stereotype.
Her refusal led to her demise and the selection of Esther as the new queen of the Persian Empire.
Her refusal to be Miss Goody Consumer borders on the truly subversive.
Her defiance was another Churchillian moment in her premiership which seemed to encapsulate both her own steely character and the British public's stoical refusal to submit to terrorism ".
Her subsequent refusal to explicitly recognise Taiwan as a part of the PRC during an interview again drew criticism from more conservative sectors of the Hong Kong society.
Her refusal to answer " three questions " for a grand jury about whether President Bill Clinton lied in his testimony during her Whitewater trial led her to receive a jail sentence of 18 months for contempt of court.
Her refusal to treat the Tower Aes Sedai with the deference and courtesy expected of a novice leads to repeated corporal punishment, which she takes in stride.
Her refusal caused the Tribunal to seek High Court orders compelling her to provide details of the source.
Her refusal to accept Torak's dominance ( At Vo Mimbre and in the volume 5 of the Belgariad, Enchanters ' End Game ), due to her previously unrealized love for Durnik, was a key point ( an Event ) in the fight between the two competing Prophecies.
Her refusal to elaborate on key policy statements drew further criticism.
Her contract with Fox was abruptly cancelled in 1936 as a result of her refusal to accept a particular role.
Her advice was an important factor in his refusal to sign the " Southern Manifesto " opposing desegregation and his opposition to the Vietnam War which were critical issues in his bid for re-election as a Senator in 1970.
Her reasons for being in Hell are unclear, though she denies it is due to her previous refusal to save the Phantom Rider, hinting that her presence in Hell is serving some purpose.
Her husband refused to let her travel with him when Mammoth business took him to cities farther South, fearing an incident on the train or the refusal to be rented a hotel room, since Kidd was often mistaken for white.
Her refusal drew her personally into the Churchill controversy, and she resigned soon afterward.
Her refusal resulted in the British Court awarding a default judgment against her.

Her and accept
* In the final episode of the BBC time travel / cop show Ashes to Ashes ( Series 3, Episode 8 ), it is revealed that the world that Alex Drake awoke to after being shot, which Sam Tyler described and that other major characters inhabit, is a kind of Limbo, one seemingly specifically for members of the police force, who had died in violent or sudden ways, with Gene Hunt taking on a role similar to that of a Psychopomp or Charon of Greek mythology, helping " the troubled souls of Her Majesty's Constabulary " accept their deaths and move on to Heaven.
Her ministers on both sides of the Channel hoped she would accept the situation as a fait accompli and could even be persuaded to add the rebellious provinces to her possessions.
Her vociferous disapproval of Meg's impending engagement to the impoverished Mr. Brooke becomes the proverbial " last straw " that actually causes Meg to accept his proposal.
Her instructions were that her letter be read while the intermediary stood by to accept a reply ; then he would return both documents to the queen.
But the terms which you have dictated to the Zulu king, however necessary to relieve the colony in future from an impending and increasing danger, are evidently such as he may not improbably refuse, even at the risk of war ; and I regret that the necessity for immediate action should have appeared to you so imperative as to preclude you from incurring the delay which would have been involved in consulting Her Majesty's Government upon a subject of so much importance as the terms which Cetywayo should be required to accept before those terms were actually presented to the Zulu king.
Her family and instructors were dismayed with her change in focus, as video game music was not well respected, and " they had paid tuition for an expensive music school and couldn't understand why would accept such a job ", but Shimomura accepted the job at Capcom anyway.
In real life, Diana Rigg had chosen to leave the series for a number of reasons, one of which was to accept a role in the James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
Her rise to power can be attributed to more than her affiliation with La Prensa, and in part was the result of the lack of international support for the Sandinista regime, the tiring of the masses of civil war, the symbol she meant to the people, and her strong campaign focus on being the opposition rather than trying to convince people to accept a political program.
Her mother tells her to forget him because she knows that Baldev will not accept it.
Her novels and stories, which by 1940 were considered merely fashionable, flimsy stuff with no lasting significance, can now be seen as the illumination of a class of people who were made irrelevant by the First World War but who refused to accept their irrelevance.
Her mother is concerned about her and finally manages to convince her to accept the invitations.
Her open-mindedness led her to accept a triangular relationship, and from early 1926 Laura Riding lived with her and Graves in London The marriage eventually broke down, as Graves increasingly favoured Riding, leaving Nancy to bring up the four children of the marriage alone, in a succession of locations, including Cumberland and a further spell on Boars Hill.
Her influence led the school to be among the first to accept non-white students.
Her first research paper was published with the help of Mayr and Erwin Stresemann in the German Journal für Ornithologie in 1933 and 1934 because American journals would not accept such long articles.
Her second insight involved the need for a commensurate commitment from patients, who needed to be willing to accept their dire level of emotional dysfunction.
Her power of foresight, on the other hand, is probably not a foresight based on knowledge of a pre-determined future, but rather a calculation ; The Architect revealed the Oracle to be " a program designed to investigate the human psyche "; thus, allowing the Matrix to become more accustomed for the majority of the human population to accept.
Her husband took on this challenge by convincing the New York Herald to accept advertising for their venture in 1911.
Her family appears instantly to grill her, and Noah lashes out at her father's efforts to console her, insisting she accept the reality that she's going to end up alone.
Her older half brother, country music singer Hank Williams, Jr. was reportedly very slow to accept her as kin.
Her family however do not accept this version and believe that Priscila is still alive somewhere.
Her campaigning for society to accept that women could wear " rational " dress on a bicycle and not ankle-length dresses led her to wear a jacket and a pair of long and baggy trousers which came together just above the ankle.
Her followers in Gabe unquestioningly accept her predictions even at the cost of their lives.

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