Death rather than disgrace.
The Palestinian leadership could have built schools, hospitals and factories instead of a casino. This is a big disgrace and we will put an end to it.
T he fact almost 40,000 Scots waited more than six months for treatment is an absolute disgrace, and these figures clearly expose Andy Kerr's claim that no patient waits more than six months for treatment as nothing more than a cruel deception.
This is a national disgrace. FEMA has been here three days, yet there is no command and control. We can send massive amounts of aid to tsunami victims, but we can't bail out the city of New Orleans.
You have got football hooliganism, a number of players who regularly disgrace themselves and a national team that never quite makes it.
Honor in Italian culture means you don't do anything to disgrace your family. In 'The Sopranos' it's OK to cheat and steal as long as you don't do it to the boss.
We're no longer content simply to manage the crisis, we're beginning to end the disgrace.
Apart from being illegal, it's a disgrace and a great insensitivity to a community that for three days has been asking that they not be repatriated.
You can't do that. This is a pennant race game. ... This is a disgrace. This is disgraceful.
Lance, you've weaseled yourself through life using your hearing as an excuse. You're a disgrace to cripples. If I was a cripple in a wheelchair and saw [the way] you play basketball, I'd shoot myself.
Ladies and gentlemen, the handling of the evidence in this case is nothing short of a disgrace.
There are thousands of people who have been buried without any indication that they ever lived, which is a disgrace. The ceremonies are an attempt to give respect and dignity to these people.
We are hoping that the federal government will not leave these victims behind. This is not only a disgrace to the city, it's a disgrace to the nation.
One may survive distress, but not disgrace.
would be a scandal and a disgrace.
The attitude of the NSWRU and ARU towards club rugby is all about lip service, and it is a disgrace. Their focus appears to be entirely on Super 14 and international football.
In darkness one may be ashamed of what one does, without the shame of disgrace.
A lot of what we think we know of our recent history may be mistaken, ... It is a disgrace that it should be so in a democracy, but it is.
A disgrace. The rankest of politics and the absence of any sense of shame.
They're a good basketball team. It's no disgrace to lose to them.
Poverty is no disgrace to a man, but it is confoundedly inconvenient.
This is a national emergency. This is a national disgrace.
This is a national disgrace. We have got a mayor who has been pushing and asking but we're not getting supplies.
It is a disgrace that while President Bush has repeatedly told small business owners that he considers them the main creators of jobs in America, his administration is making such an outrageous decision that will cut off their access to capital.
I have always maintained that the case against Michael Jackson was a fraud and a disgrace and these charges confirm that.