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To see an enemy humiliated gives a certain contentment, but this is jejune compared with the highly blent satisfaction of seeing him humiliated by your benevolent action or concession on his behalf.
I get no thrill at all out of watching people being harangued and humiliated in public, it is the sort of thing which should have stayed in Ancient Rome.
A POWERFULLY-BUILT young man who degraded and humiliated a 16-year-old boy before raping him in a park has been jailed indefinitely.
HOW-ZAT: Barnsley's match winner Brian Howard savours the moment at Anfield yesterday; BENITEZ: Humiliated
Last fall at JFK airport, my partner and I were publicly ridiculed and humiliated by a Budget clerk who refused our request for domestic-partner rates, finally declaring for all to hear, "We don't do things like that in New York
Club officials said today they would not have humiliated the woman at the centre of a "lights-out in the lavatory" rumpus.
THE president of Britain's largest teaching union last night described how humiliated she had felt at having failed the 11-plus, Lesley Auger told the National Union of Teachers conference in Harrogate that the selection issue was 'particularly dear to my heart' because of her own childhood experience.
True, we wouldn't be able to laugh at prisoners flexing their minds at their desks as we do now when humiliated criminals build up their muscles swinging picks at the taxpayers' expense.
ACTRESS Zooey Deschanel has revealed she was left humiliated after a bully spat in her face.
Head coach Spencer said: "You don't use the word embarrassed or humiliated much in your career but on this occasion I felt both.
Named "Woman of the Year" by Glamour, the 21-year-old Barbadian singer also admitted that she was humiliated when a photo of her swollen, bruised and bloodied face was leaked to the media.
Many fear this makeshift England party will be humiliated the way the 1998 team were.