Disgrace


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DISGRACE. Ignominy, shame, dishonor. No witness is required to disgrace himself. 13 How. St. Tr. 17, 334; 16 How. St. Tr. 161. Vide Crimination; To Degrade.

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Although the special counsel found that no conspiracy existed, we are witness to the disgrace defined by the unethical and unpatriotic behavior on the part of the Trump campaign.
Jean Wheeler-Roberts Piccadilly Gardens is an overall and absolute disgrace and a bad advert for the city!
Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo turned the tables on Balanga Bishop Ruperto Santos, saying the "unsavory language" coming from a clergymen was actually a disgrace.
" But for Panelo, it was the bishop who committed "disgrace" when he criticized Duterte.
They added: "A solicitor guilty of dishonesty with clients' money forfeits the respect and trust of the public and his colleagues, and disgraces the profession.
He wrote back: "Yeah your right, someone punched my mrs in the arm...disgrace...bad result and performance but someone hitting players mrs for clapping is a Disgrace absolute disgrace, disgusting!
The PM, however, stressed that the matter should be resolved amicably to avoid disgrace.
TV pundit Gary Neville (below) said: "I'm coming for Arsenal because they're a disgrace. Look at Ramsey jogging back (for the third goal), absolute disgrace they are, giving up.
"The way Warren Gatland's been treated, absolutely, it has been a disgrace, hasn't it?
I am an RN, have been for 40 plus years and it has never been this bad for our oldies, a disgrace that it would come to this!
He is a disgrace and should be utterly ashamed of himself.