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Le secteur des [beaucoup moins que]autres services marchands[beaucoup plus grand que] emploie 19,6% des declasses au niveau national.
De nombreux fleuves et canaux de second rang sont ainsi declasses de la nomenclature des voies navigables et flottables etablie en 1835; les infrastructures fluviales urbaines periclitent La perte progressive et irreversible des fonctions militaires, energetiques, chimiques, alimentaires et de transport du reseau hydrographique trouve ici ses principales causes.
Sur l'important corpus des disqualifications discursives de la Commune par le savoir/pouvoir, voir notamment Paul de Saint-Victor et Jules Claretie; voir aussi l'ceuvre de Jean-Baptiste Vincent Laborde sur laquelle Zola se calquera pour les theses de la nature hysterico-psychopathologique des communards dans La Debacle; on entend un echo sans equivoque aux theories sur l'hysterie dans l'ouvrage hysteriquement anti-communard de Maxime du Camp; l'oeuvre de Catulle Mendes n'est pas avare de references a la folie alcoolisee des declasses devergondes et culturocidaires qu'etaient les elus de la Commune.
The familiar police logic that decides the militant proletarians are not workers bur declasses and that militant feminists are strangers to their sex, is, all in all, justified.
fragiles, les declasses, les invisibles" (www.quifaitlafrance.com).
(2) Isaac Deutscher's Jughashvili belonged to the "semi-nomad fringe of declasses" of the intelligentsia.
Therefore, Gentile masculinity as indifferent, reasoned intellectualism declasses itself as make-believe in Yezierska's fiction.
I think the most we can hope for is to win back various declasses, dislocated intellectuals, self-educated workers, young artists and writers, etc.
Representations of 'declasses', 'excentriques', and 'irreguliers' thus flourished during a period associated with decreasing tolerance for deviance and the stifling of political debate.
Indeed, the elites in Egypt and other Arab countries still tend to mock the Saudis as declasses Bedouins who would have stayed that way if it were not for oil.
The classes of society most numerously represented are the operative and the lower-middle class, with a fair sprinkling of the declasses. As to the books most in demand, works of fiction, biography, history, and voyages and travels seem to command the preference, but those of a higher character obtain a reasonable share of attention.
Objets souvent declasses, qui n'ont plus de valeur d'usage, les objets collectionnes prennent une nouvelle valeur, celle d'objets de collection.