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She added: "I felt that I ostracised myself by my behaviour, by the past, by living with all the regrets of my mistakes, that I sort of wore a hair shirt and beat myself up most of the day thinking and regretting: why did I make such a mistake?
People being ostracised like this is something you would expect to happen a century ago.
SIR - So Sinn Fein is banned from the White House and Gerry Adams is warned by American politicians 'that he risks becoming an ostracised Yasser Arafat figure' if he does not show a greater commitment to the Ulster peace process.
BBC2, 9pm) The Bill: Ostracised by Clarke and Rickman for her affair with Boyden, Hagen makes a fatal mistake after turning up uninvited to their girls' night out at a club.
Since Austria has largely been ostracised by the European Union, the Berne government has gone out on a limb by bucking the consensus boycott as Switzerland is a neutral country and not a member of the EU.
Forgotten by the government and ostracised by society, Arunima Sinha alias Sonu ( 25), a former volleyball and football player of Ambedkar Nagar in Uttar Pradesh, scaled Mount Everest on Tuesday with the hope that now she will get the respect and recognition she deserves.
The Duchess used to be friendly with Diana but their friendship cooled as both were ostracised after their divorces.
A DYSLEXIC mum of six who was ostracised in her community for returning to school has scooped an award in recognition of her determination to grab an education.
Ostracised "But even now our Glasgow office is receiving a flood of complaints from a range of people including teachers who feel ostracised if they show any outward signs of Irishness.
AFTER reading about the medical secretary at the Royal Victoria Hospital, in my opinion, she has been ostracised by a hierarchy at this hospital who have made a scapegoat of this woman.
Amanda's drinking habit begins to spiral out of control and Belle and Ryan feel further ostracised by their mother.
Although you might not be a sufferer like yourselves, you do have that same suffering from being ostracised.