disparagement


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I compared myself with Rattray, as a husband, and (with some sincerity) to my own disparagement. I pointed out that he was an infinitely more fascinating creature, which was no hard saying, for that epithet at least I have never earned.
Clayton spoke to the stranger in English, thanking him for his brave rescue and complimenting him on the wondrous strength and dexterity he had displayed, but the only answer was a steady stare and a faint shrug of the mighty shoulders, which might betoken either disparagement of the service rendered, or ignorance of Clayton's language.
He was humble and meek, filled with self- disparagement and abasement.
He had been poring over them for some time; and, as the day had been uncommonly sultry, and he had exerted himself a great deal, it it no disparagement to the authors, whoever they may have been, to say, that gradually and by slow degrees, he fell asleep.
I, therefore, judge that a red-skin is not far from the truth when he believes he is to find them glorious hunting grounds of which his traditions tell; nor, for that matter, do I think it would be any disparagement to a man without a cross to pass his time--"
And as for her cousin's testimony in disparagement of it, she concluded that Hepzibah's judgment was embittered by one of those family feuds which render hatred the more deadly by the dead and corrupted love that they intermingle with its native poison.
Attorney-General) was prepared to hear some disparagement attempted of this admirable servant; but that, in a general way, he preferred him to his (Mr.
Pip, and began rather to make up to me, he still could not get rid of a certain air of bullying suspicion; and even now he occasionally shut his eyes and threw his finger at me while he spoke, as much as to express that he knew all kinds of things to my disparagement, if he only chose to mention them.
Michael turned away and slipped out of the door, to avoid overhearing any further disparagement from his son; laying the sins of the world at his father's door, the most convenient and least original place in the world to dump them.
"Even subtle forms of disparagement can undercut fathers' confidence or send the message that they are less important to their child's well-being," poll co-director Sarah Clark said in a statement.
By disguising expressions of prejudice in a cloak of fun and frivolity, known as disparagement humor, it appears harmless and trivial.
of their Code of Ethics on disparagement, which states: 's shall not directly or indirectly disparage, ridicule, criticize, or attack any natural or juridical person, groups of persons, or any sector of society, especially on the basis of gender, social or economic class, religion, ethnicity, race, or nationality.
The suit also stated that the contract covered future disparagement of Jackson and that thedocumentaryallegedly shows the singer molested children on the Dangerous Tour that the concert footage came from.
Recently, Momina Mustehsan, despite of being victim of peak disparagement, dared to release a video of new rendition of Ko Ko Korina on Instagram.
A hard-hitting resolution passed by the Karachi Bar Association ostensibly in protest against Chief Justice Nisar's alleged disparagement of an additional district judge in Sindh has laid bare acute tensions in the legal community.