n.1.A detractor.
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A static view, and a derogator one, appears to hamper informed research of the informal economy as a site for indigenous knowledge.
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Compositions like the Third Piano Concerto, which now would offend only through their unremitting suavity, were then the pretext for verbal and physical mayhem, as supporters and derogators of Saint-Saens's style went beyond mere censure and took to beating each other up.