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to deprive of esteem, self-worth, or effectiveness

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Strengthened by years of hard and solemn trial, she felt herself no longer so inadequate to cope with Roger Chillingworth as on that night, abased by sin and half-maddened by the ignominy that was still new, when they had talked together in the prison-chamber.
He looked at her pensively for some time as though he had been concentrating the melancholy thoughts evoked by the sight of that abased woman.
He further affirmed not to step down from the case of Model Town tragedy adding that the ones alleging him of any deal must now feel abased.
aBased on a 10-year vision, the rewilding work will focus on letting nature in the Rhodopes again more be shaped by natureas own ways, the natural processes, and particularly so by allowing for natural grazing, carnivores and scavenging to be back and drive the systema, says Frans Schepers, Managing Director of Rewilding Europe.
com/myanmars-telecom-bidding-war-winners-announced-norways-telenor-qatar-telecom-will-be-granted-1325587) Norway's Telenor and Qatar's Ooredoo ,A but on Friday prominent public figures and regular citizens were incensed that Ooredoo, which is abased in a Muslim country, should not get the contract.
In each piece a blossoming rose is a sign of life, as a sign of the common humanity people in pain share in their despair; the humiliated, the abased and cast aside, captured by different photographers.
Not that I speak in regard to need, for I have learned in whatever state I am, to be content: I know how to be abased, and I know how to abound.
Travelocity asked, aBased on what youave heard in the news, which would you say are the top three destinations that you think are most affected by the oil spill?
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and top White House economic adviser Lawrence Summers urges G20 nations not to curb budget deficits, saying that global growth should be abased on many pillarsa.
The film offers no sermons, just the evidence of human-to-human and heart-to-heart contact that reveals the compassion and joy that can live in the hearts of the most humble and abased.
David Wilson, Glasgow on John Buchan's novel, the suave hero Richard ABased Hannay was portrayed in three big-screen films.
The chief executives of the Big Three auto makers have repeatedly abased themselves before Congress.
Containing eight inspired and inspiring stories, abased on subjects such as the wars around the war, the loss of loved ones and the proceeding grieving process, and so much more than that.
The basic requirements for Real Time Deposit are a windows abased personal computer with an internet connection, and an NCB provided check scanner.
Summers abased himself after his inadvertent utterance of that home truth