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  • Disparage "forums", you're insulting the existing quality of discussion here.

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  • Disparage everything and anything about me; but I will never be without some scrap of dignity, however small it might have to be.

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  • Disparage, divide, dodge and deceive your way to the White House, then screw all the blue collar people who got you there.

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  • Disparage it, yes, bemoan it, curse it, even—but it had never abandoned me like that.

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  • Rule 10 - "Disparage the international consensus supporting Palestinian rights;" better still - ignore it or condemn it as biased or anti-semitic.

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  • Disparage Texas – or Alabama, or Mississippi, or Kansas – and you're in for a heap of trouble.


  • Disparage anything in yourself but your judgment, sir, 'said Mrs. Sparsit, laughing.

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  • Disparage, deprecate Usage: Parents should not belittle the children's early attempts at drawing, but should encourage their efforts.

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  • Disparage its R-rated content if you must (and I wouldn't disparage anyone in return who would), but there is an authentic core to this nostalgic story that can't be denied. - Home

  • More on the Royal Wedding Crowds Cheer William and Kate Wedding Logistics Present Few Obstacles Dress Is a Coup for McQueen House Parties Celebrate, Disparage Nuptials Mixed Flag-Flying in Rest of U.K. While Friday's festivities undoubtedly boosted sales of beverages and party gear, estimates of the wedding's economic upside are as nebulous as those predicting its drag.

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