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“Dawg clearly has no shame when it comes to self-humiliation.”
“Chinese democracy is: The fact that Olympic table tennis star champion Wang Hao must undergo something called "ritual self-humiliation" for getting into it with a security guard who tried to stop him from taking a nice drunken piss after throwing a few back at a karaoke bar.”
“Tuesday's episode ofThe Presidential Reality Showwas a prime time exercise in human debasement and self-humiliation," said Celente.”
“Fortunately, the grown-ups in Democratic leadership put a quick end to that self-humiliation process and the issue disappeared along with the few wing-nuts who raised the issue.”
“And speaking ofstate treachery and self-humiliation …”
“Origen, also, in his commentary on John, says: “The greatness of Jesus shines out more splendidly in consequence of his self-humiliation than if he had assumed equality with God.””
“And whence this exaltation of Olivia, and self-humiliation?”
“Fitzpiers had come in the performance of a plan of penitence, which had originated in circumstances hereafter to be explained; his self-humiliation to the very bass-string was deliberate; and as soon as a call reached him from the bedside of a dying man his desire was to set to work and do as much good as he could with the least possible fuss or show.”
“I know few things more affecting than that timorous debasement and self-humiliation of a woman.”
“The situation of the Tomb (into which, be it authentic or not, no man can enter without a shock of breathless fear, and deep and awful self-humiliation) must have struck all travellers.”
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