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However, in spite of this appropriateness, linguistic studies report on the extent to which some linguistic variations are the target of evaluations, both vaforative and depreciative.
Guilt may have arisen from participants considering how the White friends responded with silence after the Black couple gave them depreciative looks.
Gendered connotations of critical terms are ubiquitous, and the "feminine" phrases are depreciative, even when intended as critical appraisal.
That is why from the cycles Angelique, Hortense, Clarisse have been translated into Romanian only those poems that were less depreciative towards women and especially those that presented Heine's impression about his new experience, that of sensual love, during which he has the revelation of the presence of God.
It is therefore not surprising that Aurora is afraid to "sign it like a queen"; using the female signature would subject her poetry to the depreciative label of what her cousin Romney condescendingly calls "woman's verses" and herself to the conventional feminine identity that she refuses (2.
Politichie is often used for politics in news-papers as depreciative and lacking seriousness.
Les systemes d'emulation mis en place renvoient une image tres depreciative des langues d'origine des eleves.
Depreciative terms exist in historical terms such as mulatto, African slave, primitive culture, animist, African jungle, alongside scores of other terms.
In the other samples (WL2 and WL3), the weld line is not exactly perpendicular to the imposed tensile loading, which attenuates the depreciative effect of the weld line.
Unfortunately, cranking and/or cranks are derogatory words that are demeaning, belittling, depreciative, scornful, uncomplimentary, degrading and do not bring great credit to those that are serving, or have served.
Indirect management approaches such as visitor education have become a primary and effective method used to minimize depreciative behaviors of protected area visitors (Hammitt & Cole, 1998; Hendee & Dawson, 2002; Manning, 1999; 2003; Marion & Reid, 2001).