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1 Nietzsche wrote: "All great artists and thinkers [are] great workers, indefatigable not only in inventing, but also in rejecting, sifting, transforming, ordering."
2 But I know my little guy is rejecting the spinach and not me.
3 Explain to them that you are not rejecting them, only their request.
4 matters worse, the Patent Office is rejecting applications at an unprecedented pace-with fewer than 50% being approved, compared to 70% a decade ago.
5 Workflow is a simple process of approving and rejecting a form.
6 But most elders started rejecting that option almost 70 years ago.
7 Many subsequent studies have explored these ideas, but their findings have been equivocal—some supporting and some rejecting them.
8 other words, the rabbis, eventually, started rejecting the use of the Greek bible, also.
9 In the village in Herat where Thursday's airstrike occurred, hundreds of locals protested Saturday after rejecting offers of food and other aid from Afghan military troops.
10 Gu gradually came to agree with his girlfriend that rejecting meat was the right thing to do and quit.
11 voters overwhelmingly backed Mr Berlusconi (rejecting this paper's view that his chequered business history made him unfit to lead Italy).
12 Israel, while rejecting "preconditions", says the core issues can be broached but not seriously negotiated until direct face-to-face talks are held.
13 After carefully considering and rejecting other possible sources for this light, they conclude that they have indeed observed Hawking radiation for the first time.
14 Samuel received a revelation that led to the installation of Saul as king, but later announced an oracle rejecting Saul and secretly anointed David as king.
15 The difference can be resolved by accepting or rejecting the changes.
16 Since he had not pursued a GED and was still rejecting the idea of going back to school, there were few vocations available for him within a competitive work environment.
17 If you find yourself sitting opposite a crusty old banker or impossible-to-please venture capitalist, believe me, they don't stand a chance of rejecting you, not with your star power.
18 Pressurized water is passed over a semi-permeable membrane which allows the passage of water molecules while rejecting the passage of larger ions.
19 He has made a show of distancing himself from the unpopular President Bush, including rejecting a White House request to boost the number of California National Guardsmen patrolling the border.
20 But it will not repeat the mistake it made in 1990, when the opposition thrashed it at the polls, and it had to spend two decades rejecting foreign demands that it honour the outcome.
21 Rejecting and neglecting yourself are painful. You are worthy because you exist.
22 A critical side effect of this rejection policy is that it can also start rejecting requests associated with the highest priority service policies.
23 was George Osborne, the chancellor of the exchequer, who bore the burden of substantively rejecting the case for fiscal loosening.
24 Sri Lanka's defense minister, Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, is rejecting the cease-fire declared by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
25 conclusion drawn by Gallup's wonks is that to be devoutly religious need not imply rejecting all Western values; and that religiosity is not correlated with extremism or violence.
26 One reason for rejecting sulphate hazing out of hand might be the damage it could do to the ozone layer.
27 After nearly five years of obstinately rejecting King Henry VIII's advances, Anne Boleyn finally allowed him to seduce her.
28 So life involves desire, the desiring is itself a wanting to be other that is strictly a rejecting of the whole.
29 The irony is that in their determination to punish the undeserving, voters are punishing themselves: by rejecting fiscal stimulus and debt relief, they're perpetuating high unemployment.
30 Donato Montanaro Jr. 's right eye began rejecting a cornea transplant from more than 20 years before. He rushed to an emergency room.