Nevertheless, for a man sick with unsatisfied love, and parting for an indefinite period from the object of his passion, he felt himself almost humiliatingly
calm and comforted.
But tell me one thing: was there in his tone anything unseemly, not nice, humiliatingly
These are not technical economic requirements, but political judgements that the European Union (EU) leaders refuse to trust Greece with and are making it humiliatingly
It is often a Dickensian picture that is conjured up of human beings humiliatingly
having to scavenge through the bins of the major supermarkets.
That was before his unpopularity with teachers and parents alike led David Cameron to give him a humiliatingly
demotion to Chief Whip - a Parliament-based job which should not need a limo.
lost the second Test in Harare on Saturday to level the two-match series at 1-1.
A MAJOR concern about the political fall-out arising from the Coalition government's shambolic handling of the latest crisis in Syria, when it humiliatingly
failed to secure parliamentary approval for possible military strikes, is the damage that may have been done to Britain's so-called special relationship with the United States.
Pakistani politics, one whose security is confiscated is considered to have been defeated humiliatingly
In 1990 she was challenged by Michael Heseltine for the party leadership and, though she won, the size of the vote against her was humiliatingly
Half of that time was spent in negotiations of how Abidi could instead opt to be seated in the standard service wheelchair, while his custom designed wheelchair was being searched for, only to be humiliatingly
shifted once again to his own chair.
The wing, whose try against France last season won Wales their Slam status, scored twice as England were humiliatingly
swept aside inside a deafening and emotion-charged Millennium Stadium.
, however, on the advice of a valuation expert the Palma judge this week ruled that bidding at the enforced auction - to be staged in court on September 28 - must start at a comparatively paltry 6.