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marginalize

mor juh nuh lahyz

  • v  relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of people
    We must not marginalize the poor in our society

  • In the summer of 1981, IBM announced the PC that would break open the computer business and eventually marginalize Apple.
  • No regional security arrangements for the Gulf or the Middle East could bypass or marginalize us.
  • I rarely join in Internet petitions, but this one, urging Canadian college administrators to "marginalize such hateful dialogue," is worth signing.
News & Articles

  • Remembering a Heroic Rogue
    While conservative foes did their best to marginalize Norman Potter, today the British designer and poet is seen as a romantic figure by young designers.
    June 16, 2013 - New York Times
Quotes

  • Samir in Forbes
    The Baath party and Baathists still exist in Iraq, and nobody can marginalize it,said Samir al-Obaidi, 48, who attended a Saddam memorial in the Azamiyah neighborhood.
  • Rush Limbaugh in KTAR.com
    Obama was trying to marginalize me,Limbaugh said. "His hope was that the House and Senate Republicans would join him in denouncing me. Didn't work."
  • Stephen Harper in Toronto Sun
    It is incumbent upon us all not to reach out to, but rather marginalize......those extremists who seek to import the battles of India's past here and then to export them back to that great and forward-looking nation,Harper told the crowds.

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