That is because inflation would debase
both government and consumer debt.
That is, it does the work of caricature, which in Kelley's reading of Freud and Ernst Kris is to ridicule, to level or debase
The wistful irony confronts us that it is, in fact, those who seek to define the world through the human rational facility who are "tingeing the world," excluding the glorious infinitudes of emotion and mystery from their awareness of life as they debase
existence to purely logical standards.
People who see the documentary are getting the message that you must treat every member of society, including prisoners, with respect and dignity or you debase
the whole society," she says.
Today's announcement by Nielsen stating it will launch the LPM system while maintaining the existing meter diary system for an additional three months will confuse advertisers and the public, waste time and money with duplicative and conflicting data, and debase
the value of Nielsen research.
A suggestion from one pupil that this could be achieved by the Bank of England printing more money was rejected with derisive laughter by the body of the class on the grounds that such a move would debase
and devalue the currency.
SIR - In medieval times "debasing or attempting to debase
the currency" was treated as a very serious offence that required harsh punishment.
And you watch Ben Affleck, playing Reeves, in this grainy, black-and-white footage, and you have in 30 seconds a profoundly eloquent summation of the pitfalls of fame and the ways actors debase
themselves in order to sustain a career.
Political correctness has turned into political corruption, trying to debase
traditional values and standards in favour of a superficial and immoral world-view.
The only way to debase
painting is, first, to make a painting.
The drug industry's willingness to debase
science is perhaps the most disturbing aspect of its growing economic clout.
Being so internationally sought-after can often serve to dilute or debase
the essential character of an architect's work, but this does yet seem to be the case with Moneo.
Second, we grant the king the authority to debase
money without the people's consent, in the pressing circumstances of war or siege--provided that the debasement is not extended beyond the time of need and, that when peace has been restored, he faithfully makes satisfaction to those who suffered loss.
The literate and privileged were quite willing to debase
and denigrate the majority of Europe's population (about 90 percent), who fed them.
He has done all he could to debase
and enslave her mind; and now he looks triumphantly on the ruin he has wrought, and says, the being thus deeply injured is his inferior.