servility


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abject or cringing submissiveness

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It is 85 percent to 90 percent support among Republicans that ensures the servility of senators and House members in opposing various investigations of Trump and his administration.
This would no doubt deflate even the most dedicated 'yes-men' and 'nodders', but the whole episode has again highlighted unsavoury aspects of our political culture, those of unthinking, outlandish 'Big Mouth' statements having no connection with reality, and of trying to out-do each other in servility to the party leader.
It was always thus and ever like to be For meritocracy here is not the game: We Brits, you see, suffer our servility Too much to change - what a shame.
Success creates a scarcity of negative feedback and news, as well as increased flattery and servility. Executives who react badly to negative news and who consider themselves superior will have little incentive to establish a strong and independent team that can provide much-needed critical and brutally honest feedback.
Knee-deep in servility If Theresa May is determined to keep bending the knee to royalty she needs to enrol in emergency curtsying lessons.
The airport should be more concerned with the safety and servility 1000s of people they serve every day."
"The country never thought that just for lust for power and servility to one family, India would be made into one big jail.
Servility is not international relations?" Dimitar Apasiev of Levica said in a Facebook post.
Colombo, March 5 -- British High Commissioner Dauris charged into the pliant Foreign Ministry sure he would be received with deference and servility. He was.
IANS New Delhi The Indian government's refusal to denounce the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital"shows the extent of servility of the Modi regime"to Washington, the CPI-M said on Thursday.
Trajanovski arrived on this high position thanks to Gruevski, and he lost it as a result of his blind support and servility to Gruevski, adds Kekenovski.
The most embarrassing aspect of this story was the Cyprus government's contrite response, smacking of servility, to this blatant interference by Russia in the course of justice.
"The crisis is a result of the one-decade institutional captivity by the parties on power, especially the Macedonian party VMRODPMNE and the blind servility of institutional supporters who continuously breached the Constitution, the laws and all democratic principles.
The association of carnality with servility lies at the root of Western philosophy.
Loyalty is a good thing, but not blind servility. I am sad for those who do not like Labour but like Conservatives less and see it as necessary to vote for a party they do not want in, just to keep another out.