The verdict in Ms. Dammann's case is likely to inflame Methodist conservatives who believe that she openly violated church rules and hoped that the jury would deliver a clear repudiation.
"It was a clear repudiation of those wanting the club to get involved in the immigration debate."
This is a clear repudiation of the earlier interpretation of the wild-fox kōan, specifically identifying it as illegitimate and inauthentic.
"The electorate supported me as a clear, resounding and unmistakable repudiation of a political class that is rotten, dirty, repugnant and unpatriotic," he said in an interview at his party's headquarters here.
The vote, a clear repudiation of Mr. Powell, suggested that he miscalculated the widespread opposition to the new rules.
Both the settlement and the apology are a clear repudiation of the company's practices under Mr. Greenberg, its longtime chief executive who ruled A.I.G. with an iron hand and often battled openly with regulators.
The last election was a clear repudiation of all three.
Mr. Rossel's election by popular vote was a clear repudiation of Mr. Yeltsin, who dismissed Mr. Rossel as governor two years ago.
Why else would there be such a clear repudiation of the idea of introducing 'Made in the EC' labelling, something that is dismissed by saying that it would create unnecessary costs for European producers?
From the parallel article here Any turnout less than 50% is a clear repudiation of the election/ referendum.