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fall into disgrace

to become without honor. The mayor fell into disgrace because of his financial dealings. We fell into disgrace because of our criminal affiliations.
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In a Twitter post, Trump wrote, "The decision on Sergeant Bergdahl is a complete and total disgrace to our Country and to our Military.
The way Warren Gatland's been treated, absolutely, it has been a disgrace, hasn't it?
Disgrace coverage includes protection from unlawful acts and offensive statements by a contracted spokesperson whose image has been licensed on consumer items, and insurance for a commercial campaign that fails due to a disgraceful act.
Robinson's Disgrace, but it's her social history of marriage that's really riveting.
If you start buying disgrace insurance, at the end of the day there's a cost, so people are starting to look again at regular types of promotion that are not to do with a certain individual," said Barron.
The "disgrace" of enslaved Israel is similar to the disgrace of the enslaved son.
THE family of a Coventry mum killed by a dangerous driver have branded his sentence a disgrace.
Yes, it is a disgrace, but not more of a disgrace than everything else Wales is losing out on due to a poor settlement from Westminster.
Also that advertising board by the Cenotaph: what a disgrace, no respect for our war heroes.
A station commander, who retired last year, said: "It's an absolute disgrace - if It was one of us we would have been treated differently and had to wait till he was 65 for his pension but he gets his straight away.
1 : the condition of being looked down on : loss of respect <He resigned in disgrace.
I AM the new parish priest at Stockton Parish Church, having being in post for eight months, and was extremely disappointed to read the letter Church Is A Disgrace (17.
It is a disgrace that the rich world has failed so miserably," Geldof said.
In truth Parkin, 22, had never served in Iraq and had been booted out of the Army in disgrace.
David Williams of the Llandudno Hospitality Association said: "The time it takes forworktobeundertakenontheA55 is nothing short of a disgrace.