mortified

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suffering from tissue death

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made to feel uncomfortable because of shame or wounded pride

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Some of the residents, however, felt that the new flag fall fare of Dh3 for all silver taxis in the emirate of Abu Dhabi , would prompt many people to go in for bus journeys that cost mere Dh1 a trip in the city.
Take Detroit Cityasan example - money dead almost after flag fall.
But in the quest for glory some people are hell-bent on playing every hand and move making from flag fall in the belief that they must win every chip.
In this case, any thought of freezing out Regency Racing was probably doomed from flag fall - the firm is owned by Stewart Aitken, at his peak the biggest gambler in racing.
The winner matched strides with Kilpedder from flag fall before taking that rival's measure after the second-last.
Katie Walsh sent the son of Luso to the front from flag fall and the pair never saw a rival.
00 Newbury) : Deano's Beano will trailblaze, but age may be catching up with him and Springfield Scally will be pressing him from flag fall.
The 5-6 shot rather ran his race in spurts, having been behind at flag fall, but soon rushed up to lead after the second, before settling again in mid-division.
CATHY Gannon sent Frosty Wind to the front from flag fall and the 14-1 shot never saw a rival as he landed the valuable August Handicap for trainer Irene Oakes at Leopardstown yesterday.
SCOTTISH motorsport enthusiasts will see the Knockhill Circuit's chequered flag fall for the last time this season on Sunday.
Holland had the winner out in front from flag fall and Spy Knoll galloped on resolutely to hold off Spartan Heartbeat by one and a quarter lengths.
He was sent to the front from flag fall by his jockey Tommy Treacy, jumping quickly and accurately up front and he had the race in the bag some way from home where Prince De Loir was his nearest challenger three-and-a- half lengths behind.
Richard Johnson gets on well with him and will have David Nicholson's hurdler at the head of affairs from flag fall.
He set Edredon Bleu alight from flag fall in the "Grand Annual", threw his mount at every fence and drove him up the hill to give punters their first successful favourite of the day.
That might seem a long time but sometimes it just flies by leading to mad scrambles to finish the game before the flag falls on the clock