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They’ve been relegated to work boot duty at this point, but that’s mostly because I didn’t take care of them as well as I should have.
MY 4 FAVORITE UPGRADES TO MEN’S LEATHER HIKING BOOTSGRAHAM AVERILLFEBRUARY 22, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Shows’ handling of the pandemic ranges from being front-and-center to relegated to the background, but only a small number, like Fox’s “Last Man Standing,” seem to be trying to pass over it altogether.
FUTURE OF TV BRIEFING: STREAMING SERVICES COUNT ON CONTENT TO KEEP SUBSCRIBERS ACQUIRED IN 2020TIM PETERSONFEBRUARY 10, 2021DIGIDAY
Moss caught five passes for only 62 yards and one touchdown, with Brady relegated to finding Wes Welker on short passes for 103 yards.
STEVE SPAGNUOLO’S DEFENSE FRUSTRATED TOM BRADY IN A SUPER BOWL. THEY’LL MEET UP AGAIN SUNDAY.CINDY BORENFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Swans were relegated to the second tier in 2018, a demotion that cost millions in Premier League TV revenue and sponsorships.
D.C. UNITED LOANS PAUL ARRIOLA TO SWANSEA CITYSTEVEN GOFFFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It has become, like so many such sacrifice zones, an island of despair and invisibility, relegated to the economic, political and cultural periphery by agencies and leaders who are supposed to support them, and by the media when they get bored.
IN ‘STANDPIPE,’ DAVID HARDIN OFFERS POIGNANT, FLEETING REFLECTIONS ON THE FLINT WATER CRISISKERRI ARSENAULTJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In the rapidly changing coronavirus economy, service workers are relegated from shopping malls and box stores to windowless distribution centers while wealthy consumers remain in their homes.
THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC HAS BEEN TOUGH ON SHOPPING MALLS. HISTORY SUGGESTS WE SHOULD BE WARY OF WHAT MIGHT REPLACE THEMSAM WETHERELLOCTOBER 28, 2020TIME
He had returned sooner than was expected or desired, but could he relegate his own intelligent task to anybody else?
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
He seemed to relegate self to the background; he was considerate, quiet, serene.
THE RANGE BOSSCHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
With each mornings greeting I felt the nights determination to relegate me into the safe distance of the crowd.
THE WASTED GENERATIONOWEN JOHNSON
The apparently unthinking and apathetic class, who prefer to relegate all initiative to leaders whom they will loyally follow.
ORIGIN OF THE ANGLO-BOER WAR REVEALED (2ND ED.)C. H. THOMAS

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