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mixed with impurities

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lowered in value

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ruined in character or quality

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I had no one following me until I met Superman," Kaley, 28, told (Kaley Cuoco has once again debased the reports of marriage troubles with husband Ryan Sweeting.
The thugs who carry out these debased acts must be turned in and brought to justice.
Predictably in a country which has debased its own currency, the people find that their language has also been debased, to the benefit of those architects of the process - politicians and bankers.
Less people buying albums has debased the two-year album and tour cycle.
Among the many problems with letting the unwashed masses decide the winner is their debased vulgarity.
All events succinctly demonstrate how debased modern city society has become.
American democracy is on life support, according to The Assault on Reason, Gore's fervent and compelling look at our debased public discourse.
It's also quite harrowing, especially whenever Rae allows herself to be physically debased and Lazarus' rage drives him to delusional projection.
This militant stance was stymied by a male political culture that debased female reform and sought to prevent black "dependence" on the federal government.
Which is to say that Bonds' career stats were debased by his inflated physique.
Harper screamed about the importance of Parliament in his opposition years and it would be hard to find examples of any Prime Minister who has debased Parliament so quickly and so gleefully.
They're a machine that manufactures carnage--they kill, maim, burn, bomb, and destroy at the command of debased, corrupted politicians like Bush 2, Kerry, Clinton, and Bush 1.
So, granted, Washington is corrupt and debased, and it's entirely possible that political leaders will be distracted by some new scandal or foreign misadventure.
In the present era of debased cultural norms, it is of the utmost pastoral concern that the generality of Catholic become undeceived about the way their actions in time affect their prospects in eternity.
Stephen Earley, who says that it is empowering the Rwandan women who had been so debased.