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- Anwar explained to the camera that he needed to do it because their family was so poor . " That's tough ", commented Water, " because that's a dishonour to his family ."
- Another drive she undertook, both before and during the war, was the replacement of the overcrowded Christie Street Veterans Hospital, ( which she thought both a disgrace and a dishonour to past soldiers, ) with a new, more appropriate hospital.
- John Chamberlain ( 1553 1628 ) reported at the time that the King " hath long had a desire to remove him from about the lord of Rochester [ Carr ], as thinking it a dishonour to him that the world should have an opinion that Rochester ruled him and Overbury ruled Rochester ".
- The Dutch colonial system as exemplified at the Cape of Good Hope, or rather the system of the Dutch East India Company ( for the nation should not wholly suffer under the condemnation justly incurred by a trading association that sought only pecuniary profit ), was almost without one redeeming feature, and was a dishonour to the Netherlands'national name.
- He had died on 15 September 1613 in the Tower of London, where he had been placed at the King's request .; John Chamberlain reported that the King " hath long had a desire to remove him from about the lord of Rochester, as thinking it a dishonour to him that the world should have an opinion that Rochester ruled him and Overbury ruled Rochester " . . } } . } } Among those convicted of the murder were Frances and Robert Carr, the latter having been replaced as the king's favourite in the meantime by Villiers.