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Example Sentences for "relegate"

The story was relegated to the human interest section of the newspaperAfter being relegated to a minor administrative position, our former program co-ordinator decided to resign.

The story was relegated to the human interest section of the newspaper.

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

This historic agreement relegated the position of King to that of a symbolic figurehead.

We have relegated all my ex-husband's unwanted junk to the garage for the time being.

The philosophy of communism has been largely relegated to the junk yard of political theory.

Since his resignation, the former President has been relegated to the lecture and talk show circuit.

If we lose our next game, we will be relegated to the junior division.

After making a single popular album, the group was quickly relegated to the status of one-hit wonders.

After his poor showing in a number of games, he was relegated to the minor leagues.

In his book, the ideology of communism has been relegated to the status of a failed experiment which had catastrophic consequences while it lasted.

Visible minorities are often relegated to low status positions in society for purely racist reasons.

Following the scandal, the Minister was relegated to a minor position within the party.

The Luton team is facing relegation unless it can improve its record.

The relegation of the pitcher to the minor leagues has been met with a great deal of anger by his numerous fans.


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