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self-humiliation

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  • Dawg clearly has no shame when it comes to self-humiliation.

    The Lake Chapala Society

  • 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.

    Patrick Sauer: Chinese Democracy Is Way Cooler than Chinese Democracy

  • "Tuesday's episode ofThe Presidential Reality Showwas a prime time exercise in human debasement and self-humiliation," said Celente.

    Obama's Address: Smooth? Yes. Transformative? No.

  • 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.

    Mike Papantonio: Birther Conspiracy Reaches the Mainstream

  • And speaking ofstate treachery and self-humiliation …

    OpEdNews - Diary: Casting Stones

  • 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.”

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • And whence this exaltation of Olivia, and self-humiliation?

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • 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.

    The Woodlanders

  • I know few things more affecting than that timorous debasement and self-humiliation of a woman.

    Vanity Fair

  • 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.

    Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo

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