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The ASA ruled that the ad was misleading and denigrated the bingo industry and should not be broadcast again.
Maia Szalavitz argues: "Unlike in any other area of medicine, treatments that reduce pain and suffering, rather than being welcomed as miraculous breakthroughs, often are denigrated as quick fixes.
The Archbishop of Wales yesterday apologised that 'Christians throughout the ages have denigrated women and often used the Bible to do so'.
So instead of being a new 24/7 scandal for the cable news networks, the Gannon story has been denigrated as an obsession of Internet conspiracy nuts.
It ill becomes Birmingham, where the local accent is regularly denigrated as the most disliked in the country, to make jokes about Essex.
If anything denigrated this wonderful building these banners did.
McClellan is one of the most disputable and often denigrated figures of the Civil War.
In exchange for modest pay-offs, those military commanders--previously denigrated in administration propaganda as Ba'athist "holdouts" or "dead-enders"--use their influence with the guerrillas to end attacks on U.
Years later, more said the orphan trains were a good idea than denigrated them.
Watson's words will resonate with many who gave their lives and careers to the denomination, only to see their labors denigrated and dismantled.
In the 1960s, when computers were as big as buildings, structural engineers were denigrated as failed aeronautical engineers.
Gates describes how, what he calls "the politics of authenticity" infected criticism of Wheatley's work by 19th- and 20th-century black intellectuals and writers, who denigrated her for not speaking out more forcefully against slavery.
He denigrated President Bush's call last year for market forces" to adjust nursing home financing, noting that predominantly government-supported reimbursement was more akin to Soviet-Union-style "command and control" economics.
If we were to open our ears and minds to the message that sexual abstinence should be the norm for the teenage years, that virginity is something to be cherished and not denigrated, that there is a meaning and order in the Creator's plans for the human race--then we might be seen as people for whom the faithful of Islam could have some respect.
Overall, Ellington agrees that the inheritance of the Virgin Mary is a positive one for women in that her prominence suggests that women and motherhood need not be denigrated.