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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of marginalise.

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Examples

  • These people have become marginalised from the police and the police from them precisely because spotty faced accountants and politicians demanding value for money and accountability can only see what can be measured-as a result because police officers only now meet MOPs who are a “threat” - either physically health wise or complaint wise that we are seeing this bunker mentality start to develop.

    Another Day At The Office « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Does this then, paradoxically, entirely invalidate any such attempts to undermine institutionalised, religiously-validated homophobia within marginalised culture by acts of sacrilege, rendering them automatically illegitimate as cultural appropriation?

    The Power and the Piss

  • Listen to the bigots and you'll find that this is a central refrain, the idea that the marginalised are attempting to institute privileges as "rights" and deny these same "rights" to the poor old white straight male.

    More on Cultural Appropriation

  • MEC for Sport, Arts and Culture Sonwabile Mancotywa said sport was "a healer of wounds, an integrator of a so-called marginalised youth, a creator of jobs, booster of a national image".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • These include the restoration of the culture of teaching and learning in our schools, and the reintegration of the so-called marginalised youth into the mainstream of society.

    SPEECH BY PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA, ON THE OCCASION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA PRESIDENT'S SPORTS AWARDS FUNCTION

  • For some days, the BBC has been telling us in sepulchral tones that we are "isolated" and "marginalised" - as if a decision had been taken to abandon us in our misty island like a bunch of woad-painted savages.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Though criticism has been described as a marginalised activity, it unfailingly unravels the beauty of poetry, language, and research and teaching cannot be possible without it.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • His devotion to the company apparently cost his first marriage, which ended in a £29m divorce settlement in 2005, his former wife complaining she had been "marginalised".

    Sir Martin Sorrell: advertising man who made the industry's biggest pitch

  • It also helps explain why as time moves on the "marginalised" are actually the NO supporters who are witnessing to their horror that it is now the wintertime of the post-conciliar era with the extinction of the NO threatening in many places, while it is a reality in others.

    The London Colney Conference: A Report

  • Some believe that their contributions have been insufficiently recognised; they feel the whites have been 'marginalised' ...

    ANC Today

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