Farr said Congress should "repeal this outrageous black mark" before it irrevocably cheapened
the value of the organic label.
When the amount of currency is increased, the value of currency already in circulation is cheapened
But creativity -- like everything else these days -- has become a commodity, its sacredness cheapened
by shameless packaging and seemingly wanton availability.
Because a torus is defined by only two constant radii, using toroidal geometry simplified and cheapened
By continually reassuring voters that there were easy fixes [for the budget], he cheapened
the discourse and undermined support for politicianswhis own budget director among them--who knew how painful the real cuts had to be and desperately needed public support to get them enacted.
That night, after detours with a Wall Street "chaos trader" and Calvin Meyers, a local Native-American activist whose painfully moving talk on the destruction of his lands by the US government is somehow cheapened
when I spot him later in the cashier's line with a slot bucket in his hand, Baudrillard returns to deliver his paper on "chance.
On terms of cheapened
mortgage people have already purchased 71 apartments.
The precious gift of life, once considered sacred, is now regularly discarded and cheapened
Huddersfield has one of the finest station frontages in Britain and now it has been cheapened
by using wrong materials.
Gatland returned to Britain last week claiming the prestigious All Blacks jersey had been cheapened
by the recent experiments with player rotation.
In a nutshell: Chilling, fictionalized tale of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin and his Scottish doctor is smart socio-political filmmaking for its first hour, effectively tense but cheapened
intrigue thriller for its last half.
These genuine, sincere actions were later cheapened
and described by some southern press gentlemen as 'mawkish' and coloured with other cynical remarks.
Celebrity has been cheapened
to the point of absurdity.
We may well see the mystery of Christ cheapened
The great strength of Diane Kunz's profound, thoughtful, and fundamentally useful book is that she stresses the grandeur of that post-war achievement, and then proceeds to show how it was tarnished, cheapened
, and undermined--but never destroyed--by successive generations of politicians.