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Yet the meal was put off--for a whole 30 years, I humiliatingly realise--mainly because my own books required me to read works on other eras.
The contest will be another test for Prime Minister Gordon Brown after Labour was humiliatingly defeated in the Crewe and Nantwich by-election this month.
Not every breach of private morality is a public issue; trying to make such behavior an issue can harm people already hurt by the personal behavior because we force their private pain to become humiliatingly public.
IS ANYONE really surprised that England has humiliatingly failed to qualify for the European Championships?
For instance, on January 29, 1963, when Heath was Britain's chief Common Market negotiator, Britain's application was humiliatingly rejected by the French.
Humiliatingly, he's transferred to product testing, where the ``special'' elves work.
however, succeed in attracting the attention of the FBI, who deftly rounded up the sorry little band and sent him off to the slammer for a humiliatingly short stay.
Every year, some cadets take these chances and lose: During my freshman experience, two of the campus' five notorious Command Sergeants Major (the campus' highest ranking juniors anti the bulldogs of the corps) were humiliatingly demoted after one such incident, and they were neither the first nor the last cadets demoted that year.
Blagge appealed to the king and Wriothesley was humiliatingly instructed to draft and seal his pardon.
Some MPs, including veteran Tam Dalyell, had called for Campbell to quit after he was humiliatingly forced to withdraw a complaint to the Press Complaints Commission.
And humiliatingly, for the British, they come low down the `trust index', just above the Greeks and the Italians.
They knew it would sell - until voters humiliatingly shunned it in Arizona and South Carolina.