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to lower in rank or grade

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AS tempting as it would be to punish the California Legislature for years of failing the people by demoting it to part-time status, it's not a good solution for better representation.
The hairdressing community is very small and in demoting me like this they had severely knocked my reputation and status.
This win is the latest victory for OSAS, which has fought to bring all affected school workers back to work since the District and its CEO Kenneth Burnley began demoting and firing them in May 2002.
The Texas Rangers revamped their struggling pitching staff Monday, designating relievers Chris Michalak and Steve Woodard for assignment and demoting starter Doug Davis to Triple-A Oklahoma.
At the end of the last school year, Detroit Schools CEO Kenneth Burnley issued pink slips to 391 OSAS master teachers, eliminating their jobs and demoting them to classrooms.
Dan Watson retaliated against her by demoting her from her position and later firing her.
Summary: David Cameron has replaced MP Alan Duncan after demoting him from the role of shadow Commons leader.
If the harassment culminates in a ``tangible employment action'' - such as firing or demoting the employee or transferring her to an undesirable job - the employer has no defense.
Surely, you say, the Postal Service - after demoting or firing the persons responsible for the huge miscalculation - realized it didn't need a rate hike anyway.