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Summers abased himself after his inadvertent utterance of that home truth
Supreme Court, which has thoroughly abased its legitimacy.
Zipes's argument itself is a familiar one: that we live at present in a state of barbarism, and that this barbarism is the result of a capitalism run wild, which employs the 'culture industry' (Adorno's term) to sell anything to anybody, including children; but 'real' fairy-tales, not abased by the 'culture industry', might save us.
Paxman and the nabobs of the BBC - most, if not all, "personal friends" of the Great Panjandrum - have abased themselves before the Prince of Darkness.
I tell you," Jesus said, "this man went down to his house justified rather than the other: for every one that exalteth himself shall be abased, and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted.
aBased on detailed current information, the bank system, including this bank, is stable and with high liquidity.
That is not to say that being disabled is to be abased, but the contrast between abounding and being abased is like the leap we take in moving from being helpful to accepting help.
Environ, the range developed in the late Eighties by South African plastic surgeon Des Fernandes, includes a series of innovative vitamin Abased lines - Original, Ionzyme, and Intensive.
What she meant by "get real" is open to interpretation but the general gist was that it's about time the Royal Family abased itself befo re "the people".
aBased on our talks today, we may rethink some phrasings; we may invite a Macedonian diplomatic team, so that the work can continue,a Kristian Vigenin said after meeting with his Macedonian counterpart Nikola Poposki in Sofia on Friday, according to the Bulgarian National Radio.