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(1) The demoralisation generated by the occupation was taken full advantage of by the Communists to establish a socialist republic.
(2) Despite my demoralisation, ex-colleagues remind me that many sex offenders do want to change and that we have to do something to assist them.
(3) Setting a cost limit first, and then trying to tailor services to fit, causes only conflict and demoralisation.
(4) The state of confusion into which we are thrown by what seem to be senseless acts of brutal violence in Iraq produce the very effects the terrorists intend: our incomprehension and demoralisation .
(5) This is perhaps the saddest aspect of his reign: his democracy is a democracy of those who win by default, who rule through cynical demoralisation.
(6) These too led tens of thousands of workers into struggles that ended in defeat and demoralisation.
(7) Developing countries' monitoring systems can suffer from a variety of problems, including demoralisation in the institutions that oversee them because of low pay, high stress and lack of resources.
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