In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- However, such degrading and demeaning views of Lee's performance certainly do not do him justice.
- The outraged minister found the offer a demeaning Catch - 22.
- Instead of leading the life of an adventurer king, Herc is forced to perform 12 degrading and demeaning labors.
- People who speak that way are speaking in pejorative, demeaning terms.
- She spoke of people doing repetitive and demeaning work.
- Do not confront anyone who is making disparaging or demeaning remarks or exhibiting threatening behavior
- The word was used twice in a demeaning manner.
- It was the most demeaning, confidence-sapping job I have ever had.
- At least we no longer have to listen to her demeaning comments.
- Like thousands of others during this time, Tucker moved from one low-paid demeaning job to another in order to survive.
- The small private sector, already reeling under horrible and demeaning regulatory control, sustained socialism for a while.
- The homeless are treated as criminals who must be forced into the city's dangerous and demeaning shelter system.
- Of course, any Supreme Court Justice guilty of such demeaning action today would become the center of a national firestorm.
- And as a result, members of the royal family had been put in some demeaning positions.
- Welfare reformers have imagined that in forcing people to work, a demeaning chapter would close in their lives.
- They consider these a distorted and demeaning portrayal of their own tribal ancestors.
- They are going to introduce fair benefits for asylum seekers to replace what they call the demeaning voucher system.
- Worst of all is his demeaning treatment of my grandmother.
- Nearly all of the detainees were released and deported, although only after months of cruel and demeaning treatment.
- Discovering the selfish and demeaning way in which many of them have conducted themselves has undermined that expectation.
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