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BEIRUT: Syrian President Bashar Assad delegated a high-ranking Baath Party official to visit the victims of a double bombing attack in the city of Homs that killed 50 children and sparked widespread revulsion and outrage at the authorities.
Where was our revulsion at the deaths of more than a million Iraqis caused by our invasion?
view, that the public revulsion in doing what you did can only be met by an immediate custodial sentence.
EVEN in times of shock and revulsion, extremes of humanity and courage can show themselves.
Here, presenter and food writer Stefan Gates immerses himself in the world of hard-core insect-eating in the hope of conquering his revulsion of bugs.
Mr Justice Evans told the jury: "Put aside any feelings of sympathy and revulsion.
It illustrates the revulsion and despair the regime's actions are provoking amongst Syrians from all walks of life, inside the country and abroad.
CDATA[ When a Jew who knows better tries to blacken Israel, it causes a special kind of revulsion.
Marching through the pages of the novel are ex-slaves, a very unpleasant villain, the famous dandy Beau Brummell, and General Sir Thomas Picton, whose reign of terror as Governor of Trinidad caused such revulsion in Britain that he was recalled to face trial which found him guilty of the illegal use of torture.
British: British Prime Minister David Cameron expressed revulsion Sunday at attacks on NATO forces in Afghanistan, saying they were a deliberate attempt to distract attention from efforts to stabilise the country.
I am not suggesting demonstrations, but if everyone wrote to their MPs this would show the full revulsion felt by the people.
Summary: DUBAI - Residents and authorities expressed shock and revulsion at the alleged sexual assault on a four-year-old girl, with senior police officials calling for 'nannies', or women conductors on board school buses.