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The company has also held ongoing mandatory meetings for workers on company time, so-called captive-audience sessions, to show videos and run through PowerPoint presentations that disparage unionization.
The greater Wine’s popular appeal grew, the more Museveni disparaged him.
“The science that guided his professional life has been disparaged and abandoned by so many of the same people who depended on his knowledge to care for their animals and to raise their food,” his son wrote.
Tenev and Bhatt’s company has undeniably contributed to that increase, so much so that “Robinhood traders” has become disparaging shorthand for investors who pile into stocks without regard for business fundamentals.
At a board meeting on Tuesday, district parents of kids with special needs and foster and military parents shouted and disparaged school board members for not coming up with some plan to get kids back in the classroom safely.
I say this in no way to disparage my dear old friend, but merely to present his work in true proportion.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
Accordingly he is not sparing of invective against those who so disparage his race.
But I would not disparage the labors of Bacon in pointing out the method which leads to scientific discoveries.
I ask this, not to disparage the old-fashioned schools, but to call their attention to what the new are doing.
THE IRON PUDDLERJAMES J. DAVIS
Some malcontents are about to disparage the whole business, and, in particular, the affair at Alexandria.

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