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He demeaningly describes the current group of seminarians as "untamed creationists from Nebraska and Tennessee; an unattractive lot they tend to be, with a curious physical propensity for wall eyes and jug ears and, among the females, enormous breasts, which they carry through the halls like a penitential burden slung about their necks" (76).
Essex and Southampton (or Southampton himself) possibly asked Shakespeare to include in a comedy an image of Queen Elizabeth in her popular persona, the Fairy Queen, but demeaningly so, in a veiled allegory stressing the humiliation of her affair with Monsieur, the duke of Anjou.
We no longer even expect what are still called "editors" in the book-publishing business to function as real editors--which is to say, as "line editors," as they are now demeaningly stigmatized.
For medieval Christians beggarly "womanish" reception, far from constituting a demeaningly powerless passivity, represented the best way to be empowered, to be activated for the limitless beggarliness of kenotic caritas, to be empowered for the fullest form of imitatio Christi.
Its ministers have to demeaningly appeal to a panel of nonentity, ego-centric MPs on the Welsh Affairs Committee whenever it wants to legislate.
The National Assembly demeaningly had its recent pleadings for the right to do something about social housing in Wales, by suspending the sale of council houses in certain areas, halted by an imbecilic group of