demoded


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demoded

(diːˈməʊdɪd)
adj
another wprd for démodé
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They appeal to the nostalgia for the lost tradition, the externalized Orient, and the demoded religious values in the Greek audience, while representing the dream of an achievable degree of modernity, Westernization, and secularization to the Arabic middle classes.
The appreciation of art is not a rarefied pursuit and it is in the interests of civilisation in general that artists have rights to engage in critical-moral activity that shifts understanding on accepted, complacent or demoded moral practice.
The problem is the ease of access and lack of controls at the entrance and also the demoded system of identification for people entering.