Thesaurus / relegation
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These temporal landmarks, the researchers wrote, “act as the start of new mental accounting periods which help us to relegate past imperfections to a previous period and to take a big picture view of our lives, thus motivating aspirational behavior.”
Innovation can’t be top down or relegated to the corporate tower.
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Hence through the ages, the unconscious relegation of certain presents as acceptable only from certain people.
MAN AND MAIDELINOR GLYN
But with what quick response of fine pity such a relegation of the man himself made me privately sigh “Ah poor Saltram!”
THE COXON FUNDHENRY JAMES
His having taken the same great step in the same free way had not in the least involved the relegation of his daughter.
THE GOLDEN BOWLHENRY JAMES
Then he tells how, as in relegation he was studying verse, suddenly a thunderclap came into his solitude.
THE BROWNING CYCLOPDIAEDWARD BERDOE
In fact the relegation of peers to the ordinary livery colours for their mantlings is, in England, quite a modern practice.
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