To be sure, one can't help pitying the poor young man, and yet he doth not deserve much pity neither, for demeaning
himself with such kind of trumpery.
It is not worth your demeaning
yourself to touch it.
I call it demeaning
a man's business to trade with such people; and from this time forth, if they want a sausage or an ounce of liver, they shall run after the cart for it
The shadow home secretary said she did not find Mr Gove's remarks funny, and told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show making light of harassment was undermining and demeaning
for women and Parliament.
They are just demeaning
our image and that's why as a mark of protest, the party did not attend the opposition meeting," Malik added.
At a boisterous campaign rally in West Virginia (inset) the president slammed the investigation as a "fake story that is demeaning
to all of us and most of all demeaning
to our country and demeaning
to our constitution".
What is demeaning
in Congress, Tiangco said, is the absenteeism of representatives which caused a lack of quorum that derailed the passage of pertinent bills.
Farkhanda Wasim Afzal has awarded penalty to a senior officer of Livestock Department, Government of the Punjab, for his demeaning
, objectionable and unacceptable behavior towards a female officer.
In my view, discrimination is wrong when it is demeaning
Summary: MP Strida Geagea has filed a suit against unnamed persons who allegedly made threatening phone calls and sent letters demeaning
Geagea and threatening her life, her office announced Friday.
Dr Morgan But he warned the current system of law-making in Wales was 'flawed and demeaning
' and called for the implementation of part four of the Government of Wales Act 2006.
Summary: Rabat - Moroccan NGO "the League of Sahrawi human rights defenders" slammed, on Thursday, forced marriages in the Tindouf camps and urged the international community to end this demeaning