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Ruby was sent to Knoxville in summer 2003 to serve as an ``auntie'' for a breeding program there, but she soon became quarrelsome and a social outcast among other African elephants.
Margaret was a social outcast even before Jackson's election and her sudden marriage to his most trusted adviser ruffled the feathers of more stately cabinet wives.
All the fags do is harm your pocket and your health, and make you a social outcast in ever-increasing circles.
The bad news is that he has become a social outcast.
In my culture, being exclusively or passively gay makes a man a social outcast.
Nataraja is simultaneously the wise teacher and the itinerant mendicant, the archetypal social outcast, per forming the tango of anarchy that those outside the confines of acceptable behavior inevitably shadow-dance.
Wednesday, E4, 8pm Shia LaBeouf plays Sam Witwicky, a stereotypical nerd and social outcast who buys a car that turns out to be a robot.
Fiercely outspoken Minny Jackson (Octavia Spencer), renowned for her chocolate pies, loses her job as Hilly's maid and finds employment instead with social outcast Celia Foote (Jessica Chastain).
STARRING: Noel Clarke, Adam Deacon, Scarlett Alice Johnson, Danny Dyer DIRECTOR: Noel Clarke CERTIFICATE: 15 RUNNING TIME: 99mins REVIEWER'S RATING: ** SHOWING: Cineworld & Showcase VERDICT: Clarke's muted portrayal of his sorrowful loner contrasts with the screeching of some of his co-stars, while Scarlett Alice Johnson is virtually unrecognisable as social outcast Lexi, who befriends Sam in his hour of need.
Kaitlyn, formerly sort of a social outcast, becomes the center of attention at school as everyone tries to get close to Blaine/Gordon.
00pm (1955) (PG) Drama about alienated youth, starring James Dean as a teenage social outcast who rejects any form of authority in his search for identity, and eventually finds solace with two fellow misfits.