ignominy


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When I speak of ignominy, you think I speak of some chastisement, of imprisonment or death.
I soon shall see you again in heaven, where we shall all be happy; and that consoles me, going as I am to suffer ignominy and death.
The very ideal of ignominy was embodied and made manifest in this contrivance of wood and iron.
There are various methods by which you may achieve ignominy and shame.
I had sat me down on one of the garden-seats in the Figs, with one hand resting carelessly on the perambulator, in imitation of the nurses, it was so pleasant to assume the air of one who walked with David daily, when to my chagrin I saw Mary approaching with quick stealthy steps, and already so near me that flight would have been ignominy.
13 (ANI): A minor girl has had to suffer the ignominy of having her head half shaved and being excommunicated as an act of purification following an incident of eve teasing in Chhattisgarh's Kawardha district.
The present ignominy of Pakistan hockey stands in contrast to its past glory which it had enjoyed for a long time.
There is need to profile and classify corruption and those involved in the embezzlement of public resources as 'thieves' who deserve societal ignominy and dishonour,' Asingo said.
I once read that in a time of ignominy, let someone speak against the cause of the ignominy lest future generations come to believe that we were spineless fools.
Of those matches, the Philippines dropped a 112-11 loss to Malaysia which has put the team in ignominy.
So even if it means England crashing out of every major tournament in ignominy and English clubs underachieving in Europe, just give me Arsenal 3 Liverpool 4 (above) to remind us that football is part of the entertainment industry.
The Scot succeeded John Lloyd in 2010 after Britain had suffered the ignominy of defeat by Lithuania and were on the verge of relegation to the competition's bottom tier.
Summary: As if Bashar Assad's killing of innocent civilians in Syria and Russia's indiscriminate military actions were not already an insult to humanity and attempts at finding a peaceful solution to the crisis, they've taken their ignominy to new heights by suggesting the holding of polls after terrorists have been vanquished.
AMERICAN REUNION Film4 9PM After suffering the ignominy of numerous sequels with none of the original cast, the gang finally back together here for a nostalgic return to gross-out form.
Perennial World Cup powerhouses Italy also claimed two wins in the formative years of the competition, while England suffered the ignominy of losing 1-0 to the unheralded USA team at the 1950 tournament in Brazil.