Hence the use of expressions like "be pleased to" instead of deign
or please in an attempt to translate dignor adequately.
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The Middle East problem is clearly so important to the president of the United States, he has left it until the last year of his reign to deign
to set foot there.
TO DANCE has established her preference for an easy mile run at a strong pace in recent starts, and looks the one to be on in the Attheraces.
How dare these misguided misanthropes deign
to restrict developments to house our ever-growing population.
The City Council has already given the plan its approval, without a moment's reflection, in the hope that the developers will deign
to build a first-rate hotel next to the center.
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The blinkered buffoon obviously comes from the same antiquated mould as Group Captain John Prideaux, secretary at Muirfield, which staged the Open yet does not deign
to have women members.
But, honestly, we're in a different league to those we deign
EMNET registers organisation's web sites on its regional Internet search engine and has found that over 10% of organisations have simple web deign
faults that mean they are missing out on thousands of pounds worth of business as well as hundreds of enquiries.
I hope the Racing Channel is considering some form of promotion for those unfortunates who have been disenfranchised to ease the pain of installing a satellite dish, as there seems little reason to stick with Cable and Wireless until they deign
to reinstate the service which we thought we were paying for.
Kids Say the Darndest Things'' producers Kelly Wilson and Angelou Deign
set up a video camera and interviewed over 120 pupils, ages 5 to 12, in the school's cafeteria.