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It’s not until those cultural artifacts break out of our silos — often going viral via mocking screenshot — that we realize just how cringe-tastic they were, and how embarrassing the subservient attitude they represent really is.
The cross-aisle determination to counteract Beijing was on full display during the 2020 presidential election, when each campaign tried to prove its “tough on China” credentials and paint the other as subservient to Beijing.
His attitude became one of good-humored subservience and tacit adoration.
The temper of the Parliament had drifted far from the slavish subservience which it showed at the close of Henry's reign.
Twice the trainer spoke to him before he heeded; but then he assumed instantly an air of mildest subservience.
KINGS IN EXILESIR CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS
In the Assembly itself were many bishops and priests who were called upon to give the example of subservience.
THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM
In preaching, he never addressed the passions, but in subservience to reason and truth.
Their cautious subservience to public opinion,—their deficiency of moral independence,—is the crying sin of their society.
HOW TO OBSERVEHARRIET MARTINEAU
These colonies were evidently founded in subservience to the commerce of Great Britain.
And very well indeed he reproduced something of the big, gentle, wistful subservience of the animal.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE

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