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His vehemence nearly persuades Casanova to accept his terms when another unexpected caller, Francesca herself, puts to shame her husband's interpretation of her desire.
This is the kind of store that puts to shame the best-seller-du-jour mentality of the chains.
Showing a sense of purpose and passion for sport that puts to shame the shambolic efforts of our capital city - which simply cannot organise a big event or even build a national football stadium - Manchester could well turn out to be the star of the show.
In addition to that, the public transport puts to shame us long-suffering Brits, with our creaking, grimy excuse for a network.
The CHRU centre hospitalier in Lille is a normal hospital for the general public, but it puts to shame the William Harvey in Kent.