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It popularises an offensive term, making it seem permissible in the workplace, pub and playground.
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While stellar collisions might be the romantic dreams of the media popularises, the chances of this being a wholly valid explanation of blue stragglers still remain fairly remote, IMO.
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Victimhood Inc popularises the idea that it is negative for a part to be played by the unpopular gatekeeping forces in any society.
On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
What it popularises in practice is not sight, or even sights and sight-seeing, but merely speed.
We hope member listen to that programme and popularises it for it serves more than intertainment purposes.
Speech by Peter Maluleka on the Arts & Culture Department Budget Vote Debate
With 4,2 million HIV-positive South Africans - more than 10 percent of the population, officials who know Mbeki told the daily the president had spent a lot of time browsing the Internet for information on Aids, until he came across Web sites that popularises Duesberg's theory late last year.
The active, talking, persuading, book-writing, lecturing, propagandist population of England has been bitten by him; it re-writes and popularises him; it even talks his jargon when it is criticising him.
Therefore, when we hear from Mr. Spencer that conscience, so far from being the voice of God, is but "the capitalised instinct of the tribe," an empirical fact established by heredity, just like fan-tails in pigeons; when Mr. Clifford popularises this teaching in St. George's
Morality as a Religion An exposition of some first principles
On the contrary, nothing popularises like genial ridicule; and of this Aristophanes was well aware.
Good news for the company, not so great news for anti-obesity campaigners, particularly those who are concerned about the way it popularises itself with children - all week it has been promoting half-term face-painting and doughnut-decorating activities in its stores.
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