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Just who the hell do you think you are—demeaning the dignity of the United States Senate?

In this demeaning paradigm, "touch is a gift from one who is whole to one who is not" (p. 68).

I will not have you demeaning yourself, even in speech, before Cecile's friend.

But I get some fun trying to do things I never did before, while Mammy scolds me for demeaning myself.

But a Creole or Spaniard would think it demeaning to drive his own volante; the thing is never seen on the island.

I argued that if I had been rude, apologies was due, and those apologies without a question of demeaning, I did make.

You find him oftenest among the poor, and always so demeaning himself as to be the one that was "meek and lowly in heart."

Him, that ought to be proud of her demeaning herself to stoop to a young chap in a lower station, so to call.

It's because he's come in for his 'eritance, which he never would have had only for me, that he's demeaning himself this fashion.

He had never lied, never seduced, never stooped to anything which seemed to him demeaning.

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