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1, It was a downtrodden nation during centuries of foreign occupation.
2, The majority of the downtrodden are non-white.
3, Kitty, her heroine, is dumpy, spotty, pallid and downtrodden.
4, So in offering prayers for downtrodden races, I would advise you not to overlook the downtrodden tourist.
5, His mother was old,(http://sentencedict.com/downtrodden.html) badly dressed and obviously downtrodden.
6, It took the slaves and the downtrodden.
7, It would show you how virtue is downtrodden and how vice is triumphant.
8, In the year 1789 the downtrodden French peasantry turned upon their oppressors.
9, Escape from Corporate America outlines what the downtrodden toiler needs to do to actually get up out of his or her cubicle and chase down his or her dreams.
10, The owner is making huge profits at the expense of downtrodden peasants.
11, It was the fourth consecutive rise for the Nasdaq, as investors continued to exhibit a preference for downtrodden tech stocks.
12, There was no attempt to liken any Conservative minister, or downtrodden Chancellor, to Baldrick or anyone else.
13, He would have become just another abortion statistic, and speaks almost bitterly of having his' own downtrodden minority.
14, Little Bill in drag strikes a blow for the downtrodden girls.
15, Vivekananda, more than any earlier Hindu reformer, encouraged social service and the uplift of the downtrodden.
16, Traditionally, story lines would begin the hero as a downtrodden weakling.
17, Others, conversely, argue that it will strengthen state - controlled unions but do little for downtrodden workers.
18, Enric Duran calls himself Robin Hood and acts as the self-appointed avenger of downtrodden loan defaulters and all poor victims of the global financial meltdown.
19, Other Utopians cast themselves as Maoists defending China's disenfranchised rural poor and urban downtrodden.
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