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Coming as it did in the wake of the Penguin update, many people saw disavowal as an easy way to remove spammy backlinks from their site’s profile, encouraging the revised algorithm to look more kindly upon their sites.
Google itself pointed out in its Help Center at the time that “most sites will not need to use this tool”, but that didn’t stop many from wantonly adding all manner of backlinks to their lists for disavowal.
It was a rather public disavowal, though the message itself was unclear: Was it now an empty heart?Melanie, Leave Antonio On Your Arm: The Emotional Politics of Tattoos|Lizzie Crocker|June 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It could be having to foot his own legal costs—or the sting of a disavowal that dates back to high school.
And Mitt Romney's disavowal of using Wright doesn't necessarily mean that we won't be seeing the reverend's face either.
Mitt Romney made a similarly dramatic disavowal of his former self two week ago.
He, however, afterward retracted this disavowal, and owned Demaratus as his son.Xerxes|Jacob Abbott
Not being able to obtain such a disavowal, he pretended that he had actually obtained it.The War Upon Religion|Rev. Francis A. Cunningham
These were followed by a partial and temporary suspension only, without any disavowal of the principle.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents|Edited by James D. Richardson
No, sir, the want of powers on the part of Mr. Erskine is not the true cause of the disavowal.
Mr. Jackson, though expressly enumerating the only causes which led to a disavowal, does not suggest this.