DENIAL


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AcronymDefinition
DENIALDon't Even Notice I Am Lying
DENIALDon't Even Know I Am Lying
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Tom took his whipping and went back to his seat not at all broken-hearted, for he thought it was possible that he had unknowingly upset the ink on the spelling- book himself, in some skylarking bout -- he had denied it for form's sake and because it was custom, and had stuck to the denial from principle.
Denial explicit or reserved, expressed or left to be inferred, is still a lie.
I do not trust him, in spite of his attempted denial.
Denial is how America defends itself as superior to "shithole countries" in Africa and elsewhere, as President Donald Trump reportedly described them in a White House meeting last week, although he has since, well, denied that.
To understand how that approach can be implemented, let's look at some of the most prevalent denial causes and then explore avenues for action to stem them.
Denial management is ensuring that claims sent to insurance companies are as clean as they can be in order to get claims paid as quickly as possible.
If the treating physician agrees that discharge can occur, UR should work with the treating physician and discharge planners to obtain a discharge even before a denial is issued.
Until PPACA is fully implemented, some consumers seeking coverage can have their applications for enrollment denied, and those enrolled may face denials of coverage for specific medical services.
The current national debt is one of America's denial points.
Next, we briefly discuss the nature of power in the context of organizational leadership, and the relationship between addiction and denial.
2 : a refusal to admit the truth of a statement <a denial of the accusation>
In this paper, we use data from Canada to examine the effect of denial