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The company’s latest big push is to address body shaming by imposing a ban on “unsolicited and derogatory comments made about someone’s appearance, body shape, size or health.”
His initial script included a term in reference to people with dwarfism that is seen as derogatory.
Pantifa is a derogatory term for antifa, a far-left anti-fascist movement whose adherents sometimes engage in violent clashes with right-wing extremists.
The way that when they refused, they were yelled at, called derogatory names and left with unpaid bills.
A recent study showed that as much as 9% of public Facebook posts related to Jewish Americans contained derogatory language.
A mushir (marshal) would find it derogatory to his dignity to smoke out of a stem less than two yards in length.
It seemed to him particularly derogatory to have to appear before this Areopagus in person.
But, then, Nold is himself a great admirer of Most; he would not say anything derogatory, unless fully convinced that it is true.
In his haste he had said derogatory things about Robin in his heart, which was unreasonable.
MARY GRAYKATHARINE TYNAN
He said, however, that it was nothing that it would be in any way derogatory to her honor to grant him.
XERXESJACOB ABBOTT

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