The supplemental heat rejecter
is a 275 kW cooling tower, and is controlled with a set-point to activate the cooling tower when the heat pump exiting fluid temperatures reach 36.
Accepters and rejecters
of cowbird parasitism in the New World orioles (Icterus spp.
The present study uses the classification of non-adopters by Laukkanen, Sinkkonen, and Laukkanen (2008) which divides the non-adopters into three heterogeneous subsets named as Postponers, Opponents, and Rejecters
based on their intention to adopt/reject rather than describing them as homogenous population.
This is not the first time writing off someone has come back to haunt the rejecters
Hudson said: "Informed Rejecters
may appear to represent the ultimate marketing sweet spot for new mobile internet devices like the iPad but our research found that only 37% of this group find mobile internet useful with the majority showing a marked resistance to using mobile devices to go online.
Wait for the long gloomy nights and dark days soaked with blood," said Abu Suleiman, addressing Iraq's "polytheistic rejecters
," an insulting term for Shiites common among extremist Sunnis.
Positive Rights Rejecters
, and the political discretion concerns of the
In the course of three decades, the evolution in public perceptions of indigenous South African women as passive acceptors of their tragic lot in life to vociferous rejecters
of the same unfolded in national newspapers.
Fergus Kerr, "The Tide Goes Out for Rejecters
of God," The Tablet, November 27, 2004, 20.
Customer portfolio development: Modeling destination adopters, inactives, and rejecters
So he challenges rejecters
of the Celtic-Southern thesis first to define "Celtic," then to demonstrate that there weren't culturally Celtic peoples in places such as England (69-70).
In a recent study in which I had a small role, a finer analysis of poll data on evolution showed an increase in the category of "not sure" with a corresponding decrease about equally in accepters and rejecters
You will learn more from these rejecters
than might be gained from talking to loyal supporters.
But as to whether rigid rejecters
and devoted doubters would be swayed toward theism by all this documented support for divine transcendence, the reply is probably few at best.
Zarqawi, on the other hand, was ordering the Sunnis never to abandon their arms, saying: "Any government that will be established in Iraq today, whoever is in it, whether they are the rejecters
[in reference to the Shi'ites] or the secular Zionist Kurds or the agents who are Sunnis in name, it will be a puppet government that will owe its allegiance to the Crusaders [in reference to the West and the US]".