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The founding fathers, fearing all government, created federalism not to aggrandize state governments but to protect individual liberty, presuming that government closer to the people could be trusted to guard those rights.
Not to say they can't be light or frothy--but necessary to somebody, rather than built to aggrandize the makers or the stars.
Speaking quietly in Indonesian, he was careful not to aggrandize his prison experience.
She points out that, rather than interrupting and distorting Walker's narrative, Nettie's letters "align the domestic imperialism of Albert's and Alfonso's households with the problem of a religious evangelization that helps aggrandize Western power on the African continent.
It is essential to implement management information systems which report on consumer outcomes rather than those outcomes which only aggrandize organizational accomplishments.