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use "relegate" in a sentence

When newspapers make an error in reporting on the front page, they always seem to relegate their apologies to the back page.

Discussion question: Under what conditions should criminals be released from prison before the completion of their sentences? relegate

" This leaves one inclined to relegate the above explanations to the realm of local myth.29.

The experience is brief, they relegate once again, and with this, the club disappears.5.

Players were encouraged also to relegate the bottom two teams at the end of the season and choose two new ones.

The Disciplinary Committee of FIGC however saw fit to place Genoa bottom of the league and relegate them down to Serie C1 on 27 July 2005.

But the tapping of cocktails does not relegate a time-honored tradition to the pedestrian level of beer.

Other names for him, coming from the other books, are the "Kindler of Wildfires" and Relegate.

Modernizers such as Liu Shaoqi and Deng Xiaoping sought to relegate him to the status of figurehead.

These services perform many of the operations Iceland's NATO allies relegate to their standing armies.

He introduced bills to protect GI insurance and relegate to the states all federal interest in coastal tidelands.

He adds that: "the connection of St. George with a dragon-slaying legend does not relegate him to the region of the myth".

RAEC Mons (18th this season) and AFC Tubize (17th this season) relegate to second division and STVV will promote to the Jupiler Pro League.

rely - reluctant - relish - relief - relevant - relentless
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