disinclination


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disinclination

[dis‚in·klə′nā·shən]
(crystallography)
A type of crystal imperfection in which one part of the crystal is rotated and therefore displaced relative to the rest of the crystal; observed in liquid crystals and protein coats of viruses.
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After some discussion, in which all three took an active part, it was decided that Nancy should repair to the Jew's next evening when the night had set in, and bring Oliver away with her; Fagin craftily observing, that, if he evinced any disinclination to the task, he would be more willing to accompany the girl who had so recently interfered in his behalf, than anybody else.
Roker, giving the nib of his pen a tap on the desk to cure it of a disinclination to mark.
Indonesian Packaging firm Dwi Aneka Jaya Kemasindo, known as Dwi Kemasindo, has made an announcement on its disinclination of carrying out the acquisition of a new set of two companies over poor economic scenario.
It is just hoped that the current disinclination to join with the rest of the region and reap the massive economic benefits is for the right reasons.
After a long period of disinclination, the Obama administration has at last approved a military attack in the Middle East.
The truth is that Zionists and their British political supporters were long united in their contempt for the Palestinian people, their disinclination to regard them as fellow human beings.
P's Haryana unit passed a resolution on Tuesday stating that it was not in favour of fighting polls without the approval of the national leadership, referring to P chief Arvind Kejriwal's disinclination to fight the elections in Haryana.
The one unknown about the occasion could be the Goodison atmosphere, given any Evertonian's natural disinclination to do any favours for rivals Liverpool.
The party is unlikely to find the going easy due to likely resistance from vested interests and disinclination for change in the entrenched bureaucracy.
A well- known lawyer, Jaitley first indicated his disinclination in the DDCA when in September, he decided against continuing in the BCCI.
The herd coalescence of opinion which became inevitable the moment the state had set lowing the war attitudes became interpreted as a prewar popular decision, and disinclination to bow to the herd was treated as a monstrously antisocial act.
Fair enough but his disinclination to pitch up before the people who represent the people who pay his PS214,000–a–year salary might look a little high–handed and disrespectful.