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disregard

Social welfare capital or income which is not counted in calculating the amount payable to a claimant for a means-tested benefit
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disregard

In air traffic control, it means to consider a radio transmission as having not been sent.
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Perhaps the first pouter-pigeon did not inflate its crop much more than the turbit now does the upper part of its oesophagus,--a habit which is disregarded by all fanciers, as it is not one of the points of the breed.
But as yet they will hardly have a distinct name, and from being only slightly valued, their history will be disregarded. When further improved by the same slow and gradual process, they will spread more widely, and will get recognised as something distinct and valuable, and will then probably first receive a provincial name.
"Your request that my brother should not be present at our meeting was disregarded solely at my instance," said Dounia.
Dounia has told you the reason your desire was disregarded, she had the best intentions.
Crayford's warning--forgets Richard Wardour himself--turns suddenly, with a loving woman's desperate disregard of everything but her love--nestles her head on his bosom, and answers him in that way, at last!
Its commonest expression is heard in the words, "I beg your pardon," and it is not consistent with disregard of the rights of others.
As he mused he became keenly sensible of the deep responsibility they assume who disregard the means to attain the end, and of all the danger of setting in motion an engine which it exceeds human power to control.
David, perceiving that he was left alone, utterly disregarded as a subject too worthless even to destroy, threw his long limb across the saddle of the beast they had deserted, and made such progress in the pursuit as the difficulties of the path permitted.
The reaction which was bound to accompany the triumph of Pseudo-classicism, as a reassertion of those instincts in human nature which Pseudo-classicism disregarded, took the form of a distinct Romantic Revival.
Both in 'The Vicar of Wakefield' and in 'She Stoops to Conquer' characterization is mostly conventional, and events are very arbitrarily manipulated for the sake of the effects in rather free-and-easy disregard of all principles of motivation.
John Dashwood, by this pointed invitation to her brother, how totally she disregarded her disapprobation of the match.
1.1503(d)-5(c)(l)(ii), which disregards the payment from USP to DREl for purposes of calculating the DCL.