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1 It's very difficult to demote somebody who has been standing in during maternity leave.
2 Chatichai was forced to demote Chalerm in November after the armed forces had threatened to intervene.
3 The remarks followed the company's attempt to demote the men.
4 It threatens to demote the Brussels institutions, especially the Commission, by setting up an alternative centre of decision-making.
5 Dismiss, suspend, or demote all or any employees who participate in such strike or violation. 2.
6 The aim of semantic processing is to demote word combinations that are not meaningful.
7 I should demote you from senior minister to elder.
8 Demote: This allows the guild leader to demote members within the guild to lower ranks.
9 We will endanger our country if we demote our most noble and talented citizens.
10 To demote a field,[www.Sentencedict.com] select the field and then click Demote on the toolbar.
11 Demote - Players can demote other players in the guild.
12 Cannot demote this field, table, or query.
13 A: Why did the mayor demote the official?
14 Her old scarf, purple rayon printed with black flowers, she would demote to second-best.
15 The trouble with this manoeuvre is that it can not help but demote poetry.
16 An employer who has lost confidence in the ability of an employee may demote him.
17 The discovery of an icy object slightly larger than Pluto in the Kuiper Belt last year reinvigorated the argument over whether to demote Pluto or add other planets.
18 Establish a guild, purchase a custom guild tabard , and promote or demote recruits to different ranks within the guild.
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