Examples of degraded in a Sentence
many observers deplored the fact that the city's festivities for Mardi Gras had become a degraded, drunken celebration
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In 2012, the city finally received permits from the Army Corps for a plan that would improve flood control in the area, restore the ecologically degraded creek, and lay the foundation for a pedestrian-friendly, live-work community along its banks.
Cut into the model are about 20 possible locations where engineers are considering diverting sediment from the river into degraded marsh areas, in hopes of restoring some wetlands that were lost and holding onto the wetlands that remain.
This means the resultant effects are often limited to degraded water quality, loss of aquatic habitat and excess reservoir sedimentation.
Adding to the difficulty, the wireless data link between the bots and their operators will drop out for a good part of a minute at a time to simulate the degraded communications robots could encounter at the scene of a disaster.
Where else in the world are black women’s bodies, even when dedicated to the protection of a nation, so degraded or devalued?
That range shrivelled in the late 19th century and most of the 20th century, with habitat loss, degraded water quality and unregulated hunting and trapping blamed.
These degraded genre films manifest something worse than an ignorance of movie history.
Next, the spacewalkers wrested the old, degraded hand from the robot arm.
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