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1, It was unkind to denigrate her achievement.
2, I didn't intend to denigrate her achievements.
3, You shouldn't denigrate people just because they have different beliefs from you.
4, To assert this is to denigrate the effectiveness of the police.
5, The amendment prohibits obscene or indecent materials which denigrate the objects or beliefs of a particular religion.
6, Attempts to denigrate his playing simply because of his popularity are misplaced but regrettably widespread.
7, This is not to denigrate what the Six did achieve economically and politically during the first few years of the organisation.
8, They deny personal responsibility, disparage traditional morality, denigrate religion, and promote hostility toward the family's way of life.
9, Ensure they speak well of us rather than denigrate us to their friends.
10, Even so,(http://sentencedict.com/denigrate.html) don't be too quick to denigrate today's annual rose-tinted smooch.
11, Complaining about perceived rivals . Blatantly trying to denigrate rivals, revealing your poverty mentality and desperation.
12, One time I happened to use the word denigrate onstage, and it didn't get any reaction.
13, This is very important, as users frequently denigrate applications that have jerky or overly slow animations.
14, The Canadian Supreme Court ruled that the State can ban pornographic images which "denigrate women".
15, Speakers before the United States Chamber of Commerce rarely denigrate the businessman as an economic force.
16, To say that it has been the poorer for it is not to denigrate the work that was done.
17, At the same time, the opposing Whig Party made use of "OK" to denigrate Van Buren's political mentor Andrew Jackson.
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