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For all these reasons, investors need their own toolbox consisting of gold and currencies to counter the toolbox policymakers use to debase the currency and spur inflation.
But the question is this: Can a prince in every case solve his fiscal problems on his own authority and debase his kingdom's money by diminishing its weight or its quality?
By your comments you debase not only a great office of State but the vital debate about fundamental rights and freedoms in this country.
Do they think we'll debase ourselves so horribly just for a free bet?
And that's a shame to have to debase such a distinctive building.
In fact, the extant coins of these kings are all rough and indications of the tendency to debase money during these years, but the Catholic rulers, Ferdinand and Isabella, stabilized this volatility by a law that set the price for eight ounces of natural silver at two thousand two hundred ten maravedis, but when minted at two thousand two hundred seventy-eight.
By your comments, you debase not only a great office of State but the vital debate about fundamental rights and freedoms in this country.
However, one-eyed socialists refuse to acknowledge this fact and debase their arguments with half truths and lies.
And thanks to George Galloway for proving that [ the lower you debase 1 yourself on TV, the her your popularity will soar.
They sit in cafA bars, drinking frappAs and coming up with shows which, far from enhancing art, debase and degrade.
In response to John Wisdom Dancer's letter: I find it sad, even for a loony liberal, to debase one of our greatest presidents of the 20th century.
Unfortunately, we have become addicted not only to entertainment for its own sake, but also to modes of entertainment that debase our morals and degrade our intelligence.