dignify


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Synonyms for dignify

to raise to a high position or status

to lend dignity or honor to by an act or favor

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confer dignity or honor upon

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raise the status of

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Lesley Marson, a co-founder of Dignify Therapeutics.
We are very proud that a company with the distinguished scientific reputation of Dignify s founders has placed their confidence in our facilities and scientific staff.
Sheikh Mohammed's Evry training centre had its first Group victory when City On A Hill won the July Stakes at Newmarket, and now Dignify has matched that achievement.
Guillot was happy to bide his time on Dignify, who raced in fourth before being asked for an effort running into the final two furlongs.
While the need to dignify diversity seems to b a key ideology behind the history of sexuality, the need to integrate the specific with large patterns remains.
They also join a growing lineage of distinguished conveniences that include CZWG's now legendary loocum-flowershop in London's Westbourne Grove (AR August 1993) and Shuhei Endo's lavatory in a park in Hyogo (AR October 1998); all small yet thoughtfully designed structures that civilize and dignify the public realm.
DAVID LODER and Godolphin France have yet to decide whether their unbeaten filly Dignify will make the trip from Evry for a choice of Listed races in Britain this week.
But the once-raced Dignify, who made a winning debut at Chantilly last month, has an alternative engagement at Vichy on Friday.
The outcome is a series of eye-catching shelters that enhance and dignify bus travel and make a strong statement in the urban environment.
The company refuses to dignify the rumors by repeating them except to say that they are completely false.
The city doesn't want to dignify this by responding to a letter that is unsigned and filled with innuendo,'' Ortiz said.
But while it is legitimate to adopt a stance that values sheer output above everything else, it is not so then to dignify the products with epithets such as `monumental', implying architectural qualities which are not present and whose value has been discounted.
I do not want to dignify yellow journalism with a comment,'' Morris said outside his home.
McDonnell Douglas spokesman Tom Williams said he would not further dignify the remarks attributed to McDonnell Douglas President Herbert Lanese by commenting on them.
So why would Letterman care to dignify Higgins with a "Late Show" appearance?