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They’re also the back-of-house positions most likely to be held by women, whose work is often devalued by male chefs.
Swift promised she would rerecord all of her older albums so she would fully own them, therefore devaluing Braun’s purchase.
To understand the way that we have devalued women’s work is really to understand that we’ve expected women to do so much for free over hundreds and hundreds of years.
In turn, this leads to devalued audiences and lower revenue since the adtech companies in the RTB system can target high-value news audiences without paying news outlets.
The proposed point system, in effect, devalues parkland, and would predictably lead to few or no new parks and sports fields.
NEW PLAN FOR CITY PARKS MISSES THE POINTDEBORAH SHARPE, HOWARD GREENSTEIN AND JEFF HARKNESSJULY 24, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
These people devalue the source of their frustration and envy.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
If they really decide to devalue, then Whitely and me, we go ahead and put every cent we got into Swiss gold.
THE COMMON MANGUY MCCORD (AKA DALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS)

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