demote


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to lower in rank or grade

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"I didn't ever threaten to demote him," Trump said in an NBC interview broadcast yesterday.
We're down to our last two weeks and it'll be interesting to see the kind of memos going around in offices during that time in a race to demote or promote these power players.
The European Union's antitrust chief said he is looking "very carefully" at allegations that Google unfairly demotes rivals' sites in search results.
'He was reported for insubordination and after consideration, the commanding officer decided he had no option but to demote Billy.'
* she did not hire, promote or demote employees, therefore, she could be included in the bargaining unit.
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A Clark County District Court judge has held that Nevada university regents violated open-meeting laws with a dosed-door vote to demote two Community College of Southern Nevada administrators.
On consistent reports of misconducts and poor service records, the senior superintendent of the police (SSP) decided to demote the officials.
'VC individually cannot decide to promote or demote any faculty member, the case is processed after scrutiny committee, selection board and syndicate approves it, he said.
Summary: New York [USA], Dec 19 (ANI): Amid extensive spamming that has been reported by users, Facebook announced that it is monitoring the situation and will demote posts that beg for likes, comments, and shares.
Regardless of his tirade, it's hard to argue with the Mets' decision to demote Valdespin.
Iraq has been witnessing continued political crisis which culminated in some demands to demote Premier Maliki, charged with "dictatorial" behavior.