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He had been tortured all night and half a day, yet he could sit and talk like this the moment we cut him down; he had been within a minute of his death, yet he was as full of life as ever; ill-treated and defeated at the best, he could still smile through his blood as though the boot were on the other leg.
Betteredge--vile people had ill-treated her and led her wrong-- and it hadn't spoiled her sweet temper.
Participants will discuss good practices and gaps in the work with children in conflict with the law and with those abused and ill-treated.
They further said that despite the students were actual assets of educational institutions they were being ill-treated adding IJT would raise the voices of students on every platform and would fight for their rights.
The dogs that were ill-treated included Staffordshire bull terriers, a Rottweiler, a pit bull terrier, a Dogue de Bordeaux and a mixed breed.
They remember how Moses (and God) persuaded the Pharaoh to release the ill-treated people of Israel from Egyptian slavery.
It is a sad reflection on us when a television soap is devoured and reported on and then we read about some poor soul, young or old, who has been ill-treated and overlooked by neighbours.
Like many people in my industry, I feel deeply uncomfortable when a crew member is being ill-treated.
This is nothing short of a miracle, seeing as they are all owned by the biggest killing machine on the planet and so many dogs are abused and ill-treated.
A day of joy and celebration was turned to great sorrow and pain for some of our faithful because they were ill-treated by some Israeli policemen who were present around the gates of the Old City and passages that lead to the Holy Sepulcher," Heads of Churches said in a statement.
Khalid Al Shahri, Tala's father, denied in an interview with a Saudi daily claims that the domestic helper had been ill-treated.
The trial heard allegations that they had ill-treated elderly residents - many of whom were suffering from dementia.