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utterly reprehensible in nature or behavior

to become lower in quality, character, or condition

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Carlitz, "A degenerate Staudt-Clausen theorem," Archiv der Mathematik, vol.
I could not help but recall Stephanie Barron's landmark 1991 show, whose title, "Degenerate Art': The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany," signals both the similarity and a key difference between the exhibitions: Barron's "avant-garde" may refer to art or artists, whereas curator Olaf Peters's "modern art" focuses unambiguously on objects.
The center said that some weakening is expected by late Wednesday and the depression is forecast to degenerate into a trough of low pressure in two to three days.
Hitler hated modern art and he and his propaganda minister Josef Goebbels seized 20,000 works, many of which were displayed in a 1937 Degenerate Art exhibition attended by thousands.
- "Tailored randomization": incomplete or biased diversity is introduced by using degenerate codons encoding a subset of natural amino acids
The most degenerate feature of naked mole rat sperm is the tail, which is missing the fibrous covering thought to be essential for swimming through the female reproductive tract.
A PAINTING by an expressionist painter who fled Nazi Germany after Hitler branded the style of art "degenerate" is expected to fetch up to pounds 8 million when it goes under the hammer.
A painting by an impressionist painter who fled Nazi Germany after Hitler branded the style of art 'degenerate' is expected to fetch up to pounds 8 million when it goes under the hammer.
As part of the cult of countryside, British folklore made a sharp distinction between what was regarded as authentic rural folk traditions and supposedly degenerate urban popular cultures.
Falwell called her "Ellen Degenerate," as if there were a second grader left who hadn't come up with that one already.
Discussing ductile iron, he said degenerate graphite is often the cause of defects.
Here he suggested that particular animals might use a part of the body steadily, or not use it, and that those parts might develop slightly or degenerate slightly as a result, and that such developed or degenerated parts could be inherited by their young, which, by use or disuse, would continue the process.
People need to understand that it is not our responsibility that things degenerated to this point, but our responsibility is not to let it degenerate further.
If [X.sub.i], i = 1,2, ..., n, degenerate to random variables, the result in Theorem 19 degenerates to the form
And behind it all these pictures worth hundreds of millions of euros." Hitler hated modern art and he and his propaganda minister Josef Goebbels seized 20,000 works, many of which were displayed in a 1937 Degenerate Art exhibition attended by thousands.