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I will not dignify with an answer the accusations of a madman,' he said.
Lesley Marson, a co-founder of Dignify Therapeutics.
2 : to treat with respect or seriousness that is not deserved I'm not going to dignify that remark with a response.
Godolphin's French arm finally achieved its first 'home' Group-race success yesterday when Dignify took the Group 3 Prix d'Aumale, writes Desmond Stoneham.
Carole Joffe's work "Portraits of Three 'Physicians of Conscience': Abortion before Legalization in the United States" uses personal histories to dignify pre-Roe v.
One of the great undertakings of academic feminism is to reconstruct and dignify the history lived by women in every age, often scantily recorded or, even where preserved in the private writings of women, accorded little significance by chroniclers of traditional history.
United 93 intends to dignify the memory of those on that flight, the men and women whose sacrifice remains one of the most heroic legacies of the incomprehensible tragedies that unfolded on that autumn morning.