Passing a bill that will treat members of Congress in the same manner as ordinary workers will not demean
Similarly, to demean
(rather than to insult, for example)
The tax authorities can see at a glance who the wealthy are amongst us and there would be no need to demean
anybody, that is unless the wealthy considered themselves demeaned
by having to pay a bit of tax to help run the country.
New Delhi [India], June 28 ( ANI ): After Azam Khan fanned another controversy with his remark on the Indian Army, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday slammed the Samajwadi Party (SP) leader and said it has become a fashion to demean
the Indian Army in the name of 'freedom of expression'.
Robert Griffiths believes `schooling sessions' demean
the value of jumps racing
For happily the Government of the United States, which gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance, requires only that they who live under its protection should demean
themselves as good citizens, in giving it on all occasions their effectual support.
The retailer's customer service centers were immediately besieged with e-mail, snail-mail, and telephone complaints that it was aiding and abetting the drive to demean
PRACTICALLY EVERY DAY ON radio, TV, or in the press, you will hear a famous coach demean
the NBA for undermining college basketball by encouraging the superstars to drop out and get rich in the NBA -- crippling their education and societal development.
A profoundly independent artist, he makes connections between his own history and other communities, exhuming a complex, historical basis for cultural stereotypes and addressing their power to identif as well as demean
Rubin added: "I would think you would recognise when somebody is trying to demean
the activities of a woman.
WHAT IS THERE ABOUT our wonderful world of sport that brings out the idiot in so many of its devotees -- the craziness that induces people to paint their faces and bare chests, tear down goal posts, attack officials, scream obscenities and demean