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  • noun Plural form of demotion.

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Examples

  • The process of an ethics trial would be much more meaningful if there were tiers of punishment below expulsion that explicitly brought with them more substantial penalties, such as demotions or fines.

    Why Rangel's punishment won't really matter

  • Was Brokaw responsible for Olbermann and Matthews "demotions" as anchors for debates and such?

    Ice Station Tango

  • Was Brokaw responsible for Olbermann and Matthews "demotions" as anchors for debates and such?

    Ice Station Tango

  • Was Brokaw responsible for Olbermann and Matthews "demotions" as anchors for debates and such?

    Ice Station Tango

  • Was Brokaw responsible for Olbermann and Matthews "demotions" as anchors for debates and such?

    Ice Station Tango

  • Was Brokaw responsible for Olbermann and Matthews "demotions" as anchors for debates and such?

    Ice Station Tango

  • Obama Should Win and Sarah Palin: War, Dissidents & Creationism Was Brokaw responsible for Olbermann and Matthews "demotions" as anchors for debates and such?

    Ice Station Tango

  • Hence Cabinet demotions may be in the works, even if the "investigations" prove "conclusively" that nobody did anything wrong, and leave the ministers conducting them high and dry.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Mr. McClanahan did have a military record, but it was one filled with lies, demotions and a discharge

    Richard Mcclanahan

  • He has also helped guide him through a meandering journey that has included several demotions to and call-ups from the minors and a lonely rehabilitation stint in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

    Life of a Baseball Interpreter

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