gloating


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malicious satisfaction

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United States], Nov 27 ( ANI ): In a yet another gloating bid, United States President Donald Trump boasted about his administration's progress, saying that he has 'the economy booming' and that he has 'possibly done more than any 10 month President.
RHYMNEY set a new club record for a league match with a crushing 80-0 win over Beaufort in Three East B at the weekend - but club president Phil Atkinson says there won't be any gloating.
In the first I'm A Celebrity fight, the new arrivals sniped at each other after Homes Under The Hammer host Martin accused Danny of gloating after his team won the trial.
Given the CCP's ideological hostility to the West, and its zero-sum geopolitical mindset, such gloating should come as no surprise.
No, I'm not gloating, it's really hard to explain," she said.
Son Lyme No gloating from this BCFC supporter Son Lyme, I think both of our clubs have been poorly served by our so called fit and proper owners and the joke that is called the FA.
The thug who knocked down a goalkeeper on the pitch was being hunted by police yesterday as new footage showed him gloating after his televised attack.
NEIL LENNON insists there will be no gloating from Celtic if they win the Clydesdale Bank Premier League title at Ibrox tomorrow.
Rangers supporters are understandably feeling low just now and the last thing they want to see is gloating from the likes of Paul O'Brien, Blantyre.
Besides gloating about how the verdict validated every criminal act -- be it the demolition of the Babri mosque or L.
Victims' families have called for what to stop convicted killers gloating online?
Punting high Dodging the lunatic behind the snow plough when staggering out of the Black Horse in a white boiler suit Punting low Laying the Eggheads at 7-2 when they lost a game against a bunch of half-wits last Thursday Thought for the week Shame on the greedy landlady, who was gloating over the fact that her hole of a pub in darkest Hampshire was packed with punters because they could not get to work.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A new study found that the hormone oxytocin, the "love hormone," which affects behaviors such as trust, empathy and generosity, also affects opposite behaviors, such as jealousy and gloating.
But there's little he can do to change his personality and stop gloating when he's winning and sulking when he's losing.
And as the Old Trafford team's fortunes have waned recently, apparently the DUP's Peter Robinson has enjoyed gloating over his Sinn Fein colleague.