de-emphasize


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Synonyms for de-emphasize

to make less emphatic or obvious

Synonyms for de-emphasize

reduce the emphasis

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In the interim, the conservative bloc again moved to de-emphasize evolution, this time pushing standards that call for students to learn about "areas where scientists are raising scientific criticisms of the theory.
Responding to the increasing tendency of economic analysis to portray the market as equivalent to a natural force, and so to de-emphasize "the moral evaluation of internal states" (232), the poet seeks to liberate the notions of "labor" and "work" from the economic sphere.
The works in this exhibition direct us to light and space and de-emphasize everything else, including bulbs, walls, and wiring.
3) schools should not de-emphasize the critical value of American family life.
The legislation would help de-emphasize large contributions by reducing candidates' dependence on raising money and better inform the public about candidates.
A consequence of this, argued Innis, is that they de-emphasize time, favouring immediacy over continuity, now over then, unlike more time-biased media of communication is the removal of time itself from the cultural equation and from our attitudes toward social organization, political evolution and economic sustainability.
Architectural massing schemes and details, which serve to de-emphasize the garage on a wider house, can lead to discord on a narrow plan and actually make a house look narrower.
By doing so, the writers in Reading Race in American Poetry: "An Area of Act" seek to de-emphasize the social and political burdens that have traditionally been heaped on African American literature.
Critics of Navy aircraft carriers often cite their vulnerability as a reason why the United States should de-emphasize its reliance on these large ships as vehicles of national security.
These are people who de-emphasize Christ in order to find "common ground," who place great stress on the mystery of creation but keep silent about the mystery of Christ's redemption, and who leave very little room for the institutional Church, viewing it as a mere "sign" and an ambiguous one at that.
Lynch intimates that a memorial Mass without the ceremonies accompanying the presence of the casket tends to de-emphasize the person of the deceased and ignores the individual aspect of death.
While one-half of the community-based programs funded by the states are emphasizing the abstinence message, other programs have chosen to de-emphasize abstinence in favor of other issues such as improved self-esteem.
HDS, a Windows NT-only shop when it came to software, balked at the prospect and decided to take a step back while it works on a cross-platform strategy that would potentially de-emphasize NT.
Teachers in the rural Southwest might therefore want to begin with concepts more "naturally compatible with Navajo spatial knowledge," such as "non-Euclidean geometry, motion theories, and/or fundamentals of calculus," and de-emphasize or postpone "segmentation.
Clinton's budget continues to de-emphasize human space flight in favor of science, aeronautics, and technology.