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The guarantee in this Charter of certain rights and freedoms shall not be construed so as to abrogate or derogate from any aboriginal, treaty or other rights or freedoms that pertain to the aboriginal peoples of Canada including (a) any rights or freedoms that have been recognized by the Royal Proclamation of October 7, 1763; and (b) any rights or freedoms that may be acquired by the aboriginal peoples of Canada by way of land claims settlement.
In its newsletter, the Bishops' Committee has prescribed standing unless the bishop of a particular diocese derogates from this norm.
While taking account of the evident relationships between Wright's travel books and other works of literature, none of the essayists derogates Wright on this account.
Once again in ``Use land for housing'' (Opinion, May 31) he derogates those who speak up for the nonhuman creatures that share our planet.
But it doesn't necessarily change their feelings, and it doesn't address the larger problem these studies reveal--namely, that in a society that puts a premium on boys' masculinity, that derogates femininity, and that equates male homosexuality with femininity, the fastest and easiest way for boys to demonstrate their masculine status is to dis gays.
you may feel this example derogates you on the basis of your disability.
Although Madre Castillo often derogates women with her language, she also allows strong female characters to emerge from the pages, in the process narrowing the gap between authority and woman.
In the end the narrator seems dangerously close to adopting such German prejudices, as he slips into thoroughly German syntax and derogates the Gypsies selling their "garbage" and the Slovak girls near them selling their bodies.