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Disaragement

[dəˈsperijmənt]

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Synonyms: 1. Disparage 2. Belittle 3. Denigrate 4. Deprecate 5. Depreciate 6. Downgrade 7. Deflate 8. Trivialize 9. Minimize 10. Undervalue 11. Underrate 12. Underestimate 13. Disdain 14. Dismiss 15. Ridicule 16. Deride 17. Mock 18. Scorn 19. Defame 20. Decry ...21. Discredit 22. Slander 23. Libel 24. Malign 25. Impugn 26. Vilify 27. Traduce 28. Revile 29. Criticize 30. Condemn 31. Slur 32. Knock 33. Slam 34. Pan 35. Bash 36. Rubbish 37. Slate 38. Misprize 39. Asperse 40. Derogate 41. Calumniate 42. Vilipend 43. Vituperate 44. Derogatory 45. Deprecating 46. Deprecatory 47. Denigratory 48. Belittling 49. Slighting 50. Insulting 51. Abusive 52. Critical 53. Scathing 54. Negative 55. Unfavorable 56. Uncomplimentary 57. Uncharitable 58. Unsympathetic 59. Contemptuous 60. Scornful 61. Snide 62. Derisive 63. Disdainful 64. Sneering 65. Bitchy 66. Catty 67. Contumelious 68. Praise 69. Overrate 70. Complimentary 71. Wikipedia See more »
1. Binging, secretive eating, missing food, preoccupation w/food and/or weight, avoidance of events with food, self-disaragement when food is eaten, bathroom visits after meals, vomiting, laxative use, fasting, use of diet pills, rigid exercise regimes, fear of being fat.
2. Thus the Modesto plaintiffs could not themselves maintain a defamation or commercial disaragement action under California law; defamatory or disparaging statements must be “of and concerning” the plaintiff. Blatty v. New York Times Co., 42 Cal.3d 1033, 232 Cal.Rptr. 542, 728 P.2d 1177, 1186-87 (1986), cert. denied, 485 U.S. 934, 108 S.Ct
3. Injurious falsehood, commercial disaragement, or trade libel. False statement of fact that degrades quality of another's goods or services. Communication. Telling a third person. Secondary meaning. Special meaning of a mark that distinguishes goods. Trademark or trade name infringement.
4. Other umbrella policies use two insuring agreements, often referred to as "A" and "B". In effect, these policies combine an excess policy and an umbrella policy in one policy. Web site content; and message board or discussion forum content that results in actual or alleged acts defamation, disaragement, libel, slander, or false advertising
5. Binging, secretive eating, missing food, preoccupation w/food and/or weight, avoidance of events with food, self-disaragement when food is eaten, bathroom visits after meals, vomiting, laxative use, fasting, use of diet pills, rigid exercise regimes, fear of being fat.
6. Thus the Modesto plaintiffs could not themselves maintain a defamation or commercial disaragement action under California law; defamatory or disparaging statements must be "of and concerning" the plaintiff. Blatty v. New York Times Co., 42 Cal.3d 1033, 232 Cal.Rptr. 542, 728 P.2d 1177,

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