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Sacli deride hafif tutulumu olan hastalarin 38'inde (%56), siddetli tutulumu olan hastalarin 15'inde (%71) hastaligin cocukluk doneminde basladigi saptandi.
She even derides the media's obsessive focus on rich women.
That is, if a black person derides black culture in song lyrics and stage routines, white efforts to do so are undermined and deflated because "racism has been stolen f rom the mouths of whites.
The legislation now stipulates that 'penalties of imprisonment on any person who creates or runs an electronic website or uses any information technology medium to deride or damage the reputation or stature of the state or any of its institutions'.
In America's political shorthand, the county's name has become a code phrase to describe a don't-mess-in-my-wallet mindset that admirers style libertarian, but sentinels of government deride as self-centered (as in, "How Orange County of you," said with a sneer).
You're straying alarmingly close to the values of clarification you so deride.
After all, we live in an era in which college students plan to make mega-bucks and presidential candidates deride public servants.
James mimicked a monkey at the board meeting in an attempt to deride evolution.
But some transit advocates deride the Southern California Association of Government's multibillion-dollar maglev concept as a boondoggle and say the money could be better spent expanding existing commuter-rail systems.
He touts his experience and derides Republican Ted Cruz as "the most extreme Senate candidate in Texas history.
Thus, the political consensus in Britain--led by the leftist BBC and most politicians across all three parties--openly derides those who view the threat posed to Western civilisation by militant Islam as the defining issue of the 21st century as "stark, staring bonkers.
Observing that some middle schools, like the KIPP academies, have enjoyed enormous success by focusing on academics and establishing a culture of high expectations, Florida education commissioner Cheri Yecke seeks to overturn the conception of middle schooling that derides the importance of academic instruction.