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use "disparage" in a sentence

Academic historians, who increasingly specialize and demand the use of primary sources, tend to disparage scholarship in world history as attempting the impossible.

While pillaging and firing an unfortified town in retaliation for resistance was common at that time on
members of the Government on the President of the Government 's proposal.

Lima (1997), p.339 Since the end of the persecution initiated after the release of the article written by João Soares Lisboa, the Liberals (led by Gonçalves Ledo) pressured Pedro I to dismiss Bonifácio and his cabinet.

The dispute between the Greek prime Minister and the king reached its height shortly after and the king invoked the Greek constitutional right that gave the monarch the right to dismiss a government unilaterally.

Although automotive technology changed the town forever, today's residents cannot dismiss the vital role the railroad played in its development.

They dismiss everyone to go outside and support each other in their state of shock and grief, except those who know about The Goal.

Through the government's voluntary decision to dismiss all charges, Wecht has been effectively cleared of all charges initially brought against him within the government's indictment.

Once again, the party is taken prisoner and they stand before Merikus and the Proconsul Claudius Marcus who dismiss the guards and invite the landing team to sit and talk in private.

HRW" and Amnesty International have echoed the same concerns as OIC, rebuffing Thailand's attempts to dismiss the issue.

On June 21, 1995, Judge Whyte issued a ruling that refused to dismiss klemesrud, and Netcom.

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