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He accepted the burdens of the presidency at a time when the economy was in danger of degenerating from a recession into a depression and assumed complete responsibility of a cynical, disillusioned country under the most unenviable of circumstances.
Organisation of South Africa said the ANC was "degenerating".
Weber described the attributes of an ideal bureaucracy and possible "degenerating" influences - such as any system of promotion not based wholly on merit.
Also, watch for the Uroboros to do a little "degenerating" attack, where it will dissipate completely, and suddenly rebuild itself close to you.
It took me back to my late teens and early twenties, when the issue of "women's rights" did seem very pressing, and was the stimulus for many a late-night heated conversation (usually a group, and quite often degenerating into complaints about how someone's boyfriend didn't do the washing up).
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