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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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These is so much profanity in social media today, andcivic discourse is muddied and debased.
This happens every time the money is debased. Indeed, it will only be permitted for the king to change the appearance of the coinage, since coinage is listed among the things that are held by royal right under imperial law, provided that the value remains inviolate in accordance with the quality of the money and pre-existing law.
We must put an end to this ugly voyeurism that has publicly debased a woman senator without regard for her personhood.
Kaley Cuoco has once again debased reports of marriage troubles with husband Ryan Sweeting.
Gay, Jewish, Argentinian-born, Canadian by citizenship, a resident of Tahiti, London, and now France, a worldly man in the old sense, not in any debased, current, broadband sensean essayist and anthologist and occasional fiction writer.
"The deportation of 14 Syrians to Damascus debased Lebanon and the Future Bloc members are preparing to move against such a procedure [deportation] taken by the General Security in accordance with law," said Wehbi.
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I loathe and detest Murdoch, so to see his demise makes me very happy" Frank Dobson, Labour MP and former health secretary "You can keep the meat dress and the firecracker tits - mermaid's mine" Singer Bette Midler, above, accuses eccentric pop star Lady Gaga of copying her "mermaid in a wheelchair" routine "If the London police cannot protect an 80-year-old man in a secure room, it doesn't bode too well for next year's Olympics, does it?" John Lindsey, of St Andrews, Fife, in a letter to The Daily Telegraph "Closing libraries is the behaviour of a debased culture" Writer Philip Pullman
Be dubious about promises that are pillow-cased, Cooking apples can be Snow White poison laced, Sugary answers swerve the truth retraced, Don't allow the present to be debased.
The coins, made from debased silver or bronze, were in a ceramic pot just over a foot below the surface.
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.
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.