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never happier than when behaving so dishonourably and unfeelingly
The world had treated her so dishonourably that she had no notion even of what mere decency of feeling is like.
One, Ratan Sen is not dishonourably killed by Khalji.
Despite several democratic gains, the dishonourably discharged individuals were able to surround Bhutto and win his party tickets for the 1977 elections, the first under the 1973 constitution.
It comes after an announcement last week that more than 1,700 military personnel had been dishonourably discharged for their role in the putsch, which saw a faction of the armed forces commandeer tanks, helicopters and warplanes in an attempt to topple the government.
Unite Scottish secretary Pat Rafferty added: "The UK Government are behaving dishonourably in failing to live up to promises made in the run-up to the Scottish independence referendum.
Barratt, of Berwyn Road, Anfield, was jailed for 20 months and dishonourably discharged from the Army.
If we find out that somebody is engaging in that stuff, they have got to be held accountable, court martialled, fired, dishonourably discharged," Obama said.
Manning's rank was reduced, he was dishonourably discharged and he forfeited his pay.
Manning has also been dishonourably discharged from the military.
Now the 18-year-old, who has been dishonourably discharged from the Army, has been given a nine-month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months.
Now the 18-year-old, who has since been dishonourably discharged from the army, has been given a suspended prison sentence at Newcastle Crown Court.