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1. a unit of weight used to measure the fineness of silk and man-made fibres, esp when woven into women's tights, etc. It is equal to 1 gram per 9000 metres
2. any of several former European coins of various denominations

denier

[′den·yər]
(textiles)
A unit expressing the mass of a fiber divided by its length, equal to 1 gram for 9000 meters of fiber.
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Zuckerberg further said that it is difficult to "understand" the deniers' purpose from their Facebook posts.
Larry Lockman, a state representative in Maine, has introduced a bill implying climate deniers need the same protections as, say, someone in a wheelchair.
Selon Krichi, la commission d'arbitrage et de reconciliation a examine quelque 2542 dossiers, dont 982 dossiers de corruption financiere et de detournement des deniers publics et 1650 d'atteinte aux droits de l'Homme.
'The SWS survey is also slap in the face for EJK deniers,' said Hontiveros, a member of the Senate minority bloc.
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He said he was "proud" to be a union member and set out a tougher line against Tory cuts, adding: "They call us deficit deniers. What they are is poverty deniers.
Holocaust denier and self-styled historian David Irving is leading tours of concentration camps, the Daily Mail reported Monday - at the hefty price of A[pounds sterling]2,000 ($3072) per person.
These 'Highway Indicator Deniers' don't seem to realise that the use of an indicator on a road actually helps other people in other vehicles.
THE Prince of Wales has called climate change deniers the "headless chicken brigade".
Reddit, the giant aggregator of social, political, and entertainment news, which boasts that it is "the front page of the Internet." is taking flak for announcing that it now bans all climate "deniers" from its science forum.
Clr Andrew Cooper (same Mailbag) uses the tired comparisons of climate change realists (note not "deniers", or "sceptics") to flat-earthers and believers in the Loch Ness Monster.