Humiliation Quotes

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Gerry Adams

"One man's transparency is another's humiliation." Gerry Adams
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"The Iranian nation is united on one thing. Iranians don't tolerate humiliation and threats." Javad Vaeidi
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"To write is a humiliation." Edward Dahlberg
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"I think it's a flawed basis. All the facts suggest there are things they didn't look into. We know what kind of aggressive techniques are used there humiliation, sleep deprivation, degradation. They didn't ask what role [medical personnel] played in those techniques." Leonard Rubenstein
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"I think its a flawed basis, ... All the facts suggest there are things they didnt look into. We know what kind of aggressive techniques are used there humiliation, sleep deprivation, degradation. They didnt ask what role [medical personnel] played in those techniques." Leonard Rubenstein
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"This is all about control, the beating and the humiliation. That's how you control people." Christopher Darden
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"The views of the Left are being increasingly ignored (by the UPA government). They are becoming directionless. If they continue their support (to the UPA government), they face the prospect of ideological humiliation." Arun Jaitley
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"[Although the film ends in Guido's humiliation and the collapse of the production, 8? is far from depressing.] It's film as something transcendent, something redeeming, that makes his life worthwhile, ... It's a tremendously life-affirming film. And yet it's about not making a film. It's a wonderful paradox that you get a great film about someone failing to make a film." John Boorman
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John Wayne
Birth: 1907-05-26 Death: 1979-11-06

"The High and the Mighty,"

Born Marion Morrison, John Wayne was the son of a pharmacist. Wayne got into acting after becoming a friend of actor Tom Mix who got him a job as a prop man in exchange for football tickets to USC, where Wayne played. He became friends of director John Ford who got him bit parts. He made 70 low-budget B westerns before Ford cast him in Stagecoach, which made him a star. He went on to appear in a string of major motion pictures, including The Alamo, The Green Berets and Fort Apache. He is perhaps best known for his role as Rooster Cogburn in True Grit, which earned him an Oscar.



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