betrayal


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To Bacon it seemed too small a reward for his betrayal of his friend, even although it had seemed to mean loyalty to his Queen.
Bulstrode's friends, before Lydgate knew distinctly why people were looking strangely at him, and before Bulstrode himself suspected the betrayal of his secrets.
He dared not get up and say, "I am not guilty, the whole story is false"--even if he had dared this, it would have seemed to him, under his present keen sense of betrayal, as vain as to pull, for covering to his nakedness, a frail rag which would rend at every little strain.
Life seems but a series of betrayals. There are so many kinds of them.
[USA], June 28 (ANI): Actor Tom Hiddleston, who impressed fans with his portrayal of mischievous Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is set to make his debut with Broadway theatre's upcoming show 'Betrayal'.
History is replete with tales of betrayal. Stalin betrayed Lenin, Roman politician Marcus Brutus betrayed Julius Ceasar in 44 BC by orchestrating his murder.
Treason & Betrayal: The Rise and Fall of Individual
What the prime minister has now put on the table could be described as a bribe, or a carrot, depending on your perspective, but will also be viewed by many Leave voters as another betrayal.
A truly riveting read from cover to cover, "The Betrayal" showcases author Steven Bosworth's distinctive narrative storytelling style as a novelist.
It is probably the most famous betrayal in history along with Brutus' betrayal of one of his closest friends, Julius Caesar, which popularized the classic line "Et tu Brutus?"
In his Holy Wednesday mass held at the impoverished Parola compound in Tondo, Manila, the head of the nation's Catholic hierarchy likened the obsession with wealth to betrayal similar to what disciple Judas Iscariot did to Jesus Christ.
So in his honour, I'm proud to announce the launch of the Nigel Farage Brexit Betrayal March Betrayal March.