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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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She said: "The last Labour government cut pensioner poverty but the Tories have disgracefully allowed it to go up on their watch.
FORMER firebrand Birmingham MP Clare Short has accused some Labour MPs of behaving "disgracefully" towards party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
And unlike Northern Ireland, they have also disgracefully refused to organize any fanzones in Wrexham, Swansea or Cardiff, which would be great fun for the public to back our boys in France.
PARTY PENSIONERS: SEX, DRUGS & BinGo (Channel 5, Tuesday, 10pm) ONE-OFF documentary special profiling British pensioners who are determined to grow old disgracefully.
"As a post-war baby and a teenager in the 60s I hope to grow old disgracefully and roll
The Intern 121mins 12A FROM Father Of The Bride to Something's Gotta Give to It's Complicated, writer/director Nancy Meyers has been cornering the market in light comedies featuring characters growing old disgracefully.
But Margaret's daughter Janet Donovan, 76, said: "Our family have been treated disgracefully over the death of my mother and now my sister.
We chat to Paul O'Grady about his show and why he plans on growing old disgracefully. We investigate why a good night's sleep is vital for your health and well-being.
Mr Justice Mostyn had said some officials at Brook House immigration removal centre, at Gatwick Airport, had "behaved disgracefully" - and he asked prosecutors to consider forgery charges.
The union says its members are being treated "disgracefully" with proposed changes to their contracts.
He further goes on to say that Pakistanis and the international community must not forget the tribulations of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, who though elected, was thrown out of office by the army on the orders of Musharraf and his supporters, treated quite disgracefully, locked up in Attock Fort before being taken in shackles and chains to Karachi to stand trial for that so-called hijacking which many today say was a fraud played out by the 'agencies' to provide grounds for the removal of a constitutional government.