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suffering shame

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First, Disgraced Former Tyco CEO Dennis was forced, back in 2006, to sell off the 130-foot yacht The Endeavour--built Jo compete in the 1934 America's Cup--for $13.
And both are moving commentaries on the price of assimilationor in the case of Disgraced, its limits.
St Cuthbert's Society from Durham University will not be allowed to play for the remainder of the term after a social night inspired by the disgraced former BBC presenter.
Asked on the BBC's Question Time last night if she had been disgraced, Ms Smith replied: "Yes I think to a certain extent I have been.
Firefighters' Firefighters have reacted angrily that disgraced former West Midlands Fire Service chief Frank Sheehan, who was caught looking at child pornography, received a pounds 500,000 pay-out.
The Assembly has disgraced itself - it is giving Cardiff council a settlement of above 3% but cannot give a college, an education establishment that is the foundation of a community, anything.
DISGRACED glam rocker and convicted child molester Gary Glitter will be deported back to the UK after being released from prison in Vietnam next week.
DISGRACED Tory MP Derek Conway should not be allowed to carry on until the next election.
But Labour whip Tom Watson said: "This is a return to the disgraced, scandal-ridden Tory past.
After his father was disgraced by the disclosure of an affair and a conviction for fraud in the late '80s, Jay found acceptance in the punk subculture, to which he has wedded his Christianity to form a struggling church called Revolution.
DISGRACED Juventus and AC Milan are getting desperate in their attempts to implicate Inter in the match-fixing scandal.
They fall in love and she becomes pregnant with his child--disgraced, as Isabel had been disgraced.
As the country gears up for England's crucial Euro 2004 game against Croatia, the disgraced football supporter is expected to reveal details of his appeal.
DISGRACED Tory peer Lord Archer will today propose a ``draconian'' change to prison rules,denying parole to illiterate inmates unless they learn to read and write.