Whether you are watching local stations or NBC or ABC or CNN or Fox, whatever, you get a very simplified version of events, which seems to trivialize
the underlying story.
But a Church spokesman says a "sell-by" date on such contracts would trivialize
CHRISTOPHER Leach certainly knows how to trivialize
a national disaster (Telegraph, May 9).
Rogus present a textbook on producing television news in an era when ratings and budgets are dropping, competition is growing, and the pressure to trivialize
the news becoming greater.
Opponents have likened environmentalism to "tree hugging" and sentimentality over whales and dolphins in efforts to trivialize
ecological concerns and make eco-advocates seem "well meaning but misguided.
How dare you trivialize
women's equality in the Catholic church?
By proposing that Christian fundamentalism be taught in science classes, creationists trivialize
To summarize this plot is to trivialize
issues that are not at all trivialized in this elegantly related tale of a close-knit family violently torn apart by bizarre tragedy.
Only those who trivialize
it would take it on alone.
Father Luis de Moya, a quadriplegic who knew Sampedro, affirmed in an interview with Zenit that "it seems very clear that his sad story is used in an attempt to trivialize
euthanasia and in that way to prepare the terrain for its forthcoming legalization.
However, in Mass Mind, 2004, the upright triangular forms in black Plexiglas have a different sensibility: Interlocking and punctured with large circular holes, they at once reactivate and trivialize
the iconic forms of Anthony Caro or Richard Serra, but also quote the bland, shiny sculptures used to embellish '80s corporate environments.
This changed attitude is also evident in the words used to describe and therefore trivialize