Over 30 percent of MGM's cartoons released between 1946 and 1953 presented either characters in blackface or servile African American maids.
The servile journalists soon nicknamed him ‘Batka’, which in Belorussian means ‘father’.
It acts in the most servile manner as an agency of the International Monetary Fund, the European Union and NATO in the hope of gleaning a few crumbs from the tables of the imperialist powers.
For decades into the 20th Century, the State of Alabama, for instance, ensured a steady supply of servile Black labour to ‘U.S. Steel’.
What precedent is there for such servile bootlicking?
His wife is a disgruntled waitress at the same restaurant who chafes at the servile role her job demands.
It makes citizens passive, unproductive, and servile .
Certainly, the sociological landscape is familiar - a nation in which an educated, privileged elite suppresses a servile , but restless underclass, giving rise to a growing insurrection.
‘This is really a question of listeners equating machines with human beings who are being understood to perform servile functions,’ she said.
The character of Seneca thus finds just the right mixture of true compassion and the ranting of an alcoholic and sententious philosopher, whose servile disciples note down everything he says with ridiculous fury.