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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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The Lake Coniston filly looked thoroughly disinclined to exert herself on the day.
Not surprisingly, he is disinclined voluntarily to participate in a new round of congressional investigations,'' attorney John Nields wrote.
Although tribes have always kept criminal and financial data to themselves, and while the government seems equally disinclined to discuss the subject of troubles in Indian gaming, there's a growing body of evidence that what happened to the Senecas is not unusual.
Even businesses capable of breaking through these barriers are often disinclined to do so because they fear excessive red tape,' Mr Druckman said.
of respect from certain US journalists- and another disinclined to ignore him is Bob Baffert, the trainer of the hot favourite, Point Given, and second choice Congaree.
Voters are disinclined to listen to a lot of easy answers from either party's candidate.
Most of us are disinclined to regularly aerate and broadcast compost over our lawns, so most of our lawns are compacted.
If our fellow librals found it hard to say anything bad about good guys like the unions, they were equally disinclined to say anything good about the bad guys.
I actually don't know what's the best decision about the euro, and as many people are in the same position I am disinclined to trust the people.
Teen-agers are disinclined to talk about sex in front of a math teacher.
Word from Leeds suggests the Tykes will be disinclined to change the fixture.
Arthur Garrity--were, as Lukas shows, disinclined to stand firmly in the way of busing because, though their roots were in the Irish culture, their lives and aspirations were in the national culture.