betrayer


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While addressing a rally in Muzaffarpur on July 25, the Prime Minister had accused Nitish Kumar of being a serial betrayer, saying he had not only ditched an old ally like the BJP, but also many leaders close to him such as George Fernandes and Jitan Ram Manjhi.
and our path is right," "stand your ground and sunshine will return," "you say 'justice,' and they call you a betrayer.
An underachieving reporter who turns into a star by becoming a killer and a betrayer of his profession without raising the suspicion of colleagues or police may make for delicious irony but hardly for a challenging engagement by the serious reader of crime novels.
Youn gave another unforgettable performance as Simon's supporter and then betrayer Paolo.
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BETRAYER provides fans of Cherryh's 'Foreigner' universe with a new novel telling of the conclusion of a civil war among the alien Artevi and the ongoing presence of rebels who want to shake the newly formed peace.
SURELY Nick Clegg will go down in history as the greatest betrayer since Judas.
The chapters are immaculately paced, and the artist's soft faces make it impossible to predict who will be the betrayer and who is willing to sacrifice everything for the memory--or possibility--of devotion.
The Lost Gospel of Judas Iscariot: A New Look at Betrayer and Betrayed.
Me standing in the tradition of Keir Hardie, him standing in the tradition of Ramsay MacDonald, the betrayer of everything Labour stands for.
or try to send a copy of this to them, because if you do i will know, and might be pushed to do what i have being paid to do, beside, this is the first time I turned out to be a betrayer in my job.
Next he says that Jesus clearly told his disciples "who the betrayer was.
An ancient Christian manuscript, including the only known text of the Gospel of Judas, has surfaced after 1,700 years, and it portrays Judas Iscariot not, as tradition holds, a betrayer of Jesus but as his favored disciple and willing collaborator.
Hart indulges in wistful notions of what might have been, but Bush is not the betrayer of Reagan and the conservative movement.
In the Hungarian corpus, we have only one hero like this: Ludovicus Grittus, a betrayer, who went to the Turks and beheaded the Hungarian bishop of Nagyvarad, but then in his dream, he saw the bishop's head and finally he lost his head, too.