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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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Zong has applied for LDI license since its launch and got green signal from the Federal Cabinet and MoITT but PTA was disinclined to give its license.
With "Fill the Void," Rama Burshtein's impressive debut, there's so much skill on display that ands disinclined to look kindly on pics presenting marriage as a woman's ultimate goal will struggle to find technical faults.
The Brazilian's salary is close to the 250,000 pounds a week earned by Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney and, although Madrid is disinclined to let Kaka join a Champions League rival, his wages are a burden for them.
The bottom line is that many consumers are at risk of information overload, or otherwise disinclined to make good use of publicly reported information," the report concluded.
Jackie asked for no more than a fine chair as a luxury in which to pass away, being incapable and disinclined to fend for himself.
He said that enemies are determined to disintegrate Jordan to get to their objective and are disinclined to even allocate a part of the occupied lands for this purpose.
Jaok added that due to the poor road system, traders are disinclined to carryout business in the area.
Many military specialists believe any number of in-combat experiences can cause even minor PTS/TBI, and soldiers are disinclined to seek proper treatment while serving in theater.
Popular judge Amanda Holden has said that she will continue to judge the series despite being pregnant although is disinclined to name her baby after any of the show's judges adding: "Piers Simon Cowell Holden Hughes
During the informal meeting of employment ministers, on 17-18 January in Godollo, Hungary, some member states in fact showed themselves to be relatively disinclined towards the idea of boosting employment via the introduction of structural reforms, as inspired by Brussels.
This exposed in the national press the "big leaks" in the state subsidy system that, in effect, allow producers to make money even before the films are released, making them disinclined to generate internationally viable movies.
IT LOOKS like being a case of all or nothing for William Hill Ayr Gold Cup plunge horse Harry Patch, with his trainer Michael Jarvis yesterday disinclined to consider a crack at the consolation Silver Cup.