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  • noun Sixteenth-century spelling of relegate.

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Examples

  • If they want to seek the help of a granparent, older brother, sister, aunt, uncle, clergy, whatever, these young mothers should be able to call on them to help them out of a situation that would, ultimately relagate them and their unwanted child from a life of extreme poverty.

    Think Progress » The Senate Doesn’t Trust Clergy

  • Leave it to the Chicago Tribune to relagate this powerful candidate to an also-ran.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • Then if these dispensaries get out of hand, the proof will be in the pudding that they are a nuisance, or a threat, or just seamy, and then severely limit them or relagate them to a commerce zone away from neighborhoods.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Then if these dispensaries get out of hand, the proof will be in the pudding that they are a nuisance, or a threat, or just seamy, and then severely limit them or relagate them to a commerce zone away from neighborhoods.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Then if these dispensaries get out of hand, the proof will be in the pudding that they are a nuisance, or a threat, or just seamy, and then severely limit them or relagate them to a commerce zone away from neighborhoods.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Then if these dispensaries get out of hand, the proof will be in the pudding that they are a nuisance, or a threat, or just seamy, and then severely limit them or relagate them to a commerce zone away from neighborhoods.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Then if these dispensaries get out of hand, the proof will be in the pudding that they are a nuisance, or a threat, or just seamy, and then severely limit them or relagate them to a commerce zone away from neighborhoods.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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