infra dig


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infra dig

Informal beneath one's dignity
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Around 36% of Egypt's workforce is involved in farming, but the dress emblematic of both farmers and landowners is today considered infra dig.
I presume BC's strange conclusion comes from someone who thinks that safety belts are infra dig and that donning a hard hat on construction sites is a fashion statement.
a decade later, a season later, it's ashamed-to-be-seen-in, clapped out, white elephant, obsolete, infra dig, inefficient, passe, and away it goes to the basement or the bushes or the ditch or the bottom of the sea.
He was a surgeon and man-midwife, or what we'd call an obstetrician today, which was regarded as a bit infra dig back then," says David Brazendale.
What is more, those who matter (big bosses of Indian science who sit in virtually all Committees) consider the very thought of publication in Indian journals infra dig.
The venerable elder statesman of the Heath considers it infra dig to exercise with others, and simply wouldn't dream of entering the indoor ride.
It's a wonderful thing and includes essential information like a wind chill factor table' sunrise and sunsets for 2007' Latin in common usage (I now know that infra dig means beneath one's dignity, so already the Audi diary is paying off)' and, of course, there's the essential wine chart.
Even the fashion connoisseur may think Vuitton is a little corny and infra dig, but look in her closet and you'll find one or two.
They were originally known as the White Conduit Club, had no ground of their own and played on the equivalent of the local rec but it was regarded as infra dig for the aristocracy to play in front of the great unwashed.