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his house and yard were disgracefully dirty with rusty tin cans strewn about .
It has also, disgracefully, allowed racecourses to reduce the number of stalls handlers on the grounds of cost.
Disgracefully, the Kennedy Center failed to provide program notes for any of the ballets, finding more value in endless lists of contributors to their building upkeep.
Some of us in the American news media have hounded President Bush for his passivity in the face of genocide in Darfur, but we've behaved as disgracefully as he has.
This expertise is evident when she compares the emerging Gaines with the finished product, showing his evolution as a storyteller from his first novel, Catherine Carmier (1964) to the last, A Lesson Before Dying (1993), which, along with The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, has been disgracefully banned from some school libraries.
THE BRAINS BEHIND ``Pride and Prejudice,'' yet another adaptation of Jane Austen's beloved novel, get things so disgracefully wrong that not only is the ghost of Miss Austen jolted out of her repose right now, but also the makers of this film should be worried she'll show up on their doorsteps wielding a chain saw.
My concern is partly demographic: This country consumes a disgracefully high percentage of the world's resources, producing a commensurate amount of waste, so each additional American tends to weigh many times more heavily on the ecosystem than does a newborn African or Asian.
He disgracefully broke off relations with Gemma to follow the manipulative Madame Polozov, but now, as an older and wiser man, wonders what he has missed.
No general had defeated the Romans so disgracefully for centuries, and no general was to do it again until centuries later.
GROWING ROWING up disgracefully, the stars of the original gross-out teen stars of the original gross-out teen movie American Pie return older but non-the-wiser for American Reunion (Channel 4, tonight, 9pm).
A mean government, which is quick to say how much it appreciates what our forces do, still treats them and their families disgracefully.
This smug, arrogant, selfopinionated bore bleats about "personal vilification", conveniently forgetting that it was under his editorship of the paper that the offensive, and disgracefully inaccurate headline, "Hillsborough, The Truth", appeared.