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mortified

Pathology
adjective Gangrenous, necrotic.

Vox populi
adjective Extremely embarrassed (i.e., “embarrassed to death”).

gan·gre·nous

(gang'grĕ-nŭs)
Relating to or affected with gangrene.
Synonym(s): mortified.
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It has also permanently ceased charging a flag fall fee for international roaming data services.
Regular rider Jamie Moore took that race at the Monmouthshire track by the scruff of the neck heading affairs from flag fall.
But he was in front at flag fall and there he stayed.
Goals from Danny Wilson Turn to Page 48 Turn to Page 48 From Back Page and Osman Sow ensured an afternoon that saw the unveiling of the Sandy Jardine Stand and the unfurling of the League One title flag fall flat despite Nicky Law grabbing a 91st-minute leveller before a dramatic winner from Sow 60 seconds later.
The 5-4 shot, trained by John Cornwall and ridden by his son Joe, made up the several lengths lost at flag fall with little trouble in a steadily-run race and came to challenge the pacesetting Chapel House from the fifth last.
Summary: ABU DHABI - The 40-fil hike in flag fall fare for taxis, which will take effect on Sunday, has upset residents of Abu Dhabi and delighted the taxi drivers.
Although disappointing initially at Wetherby, he jumped with aplomb last time out and stylishly led from flag fall here - despite running down the final obstacle - for a three-and-a-half-length success.
Forcing the issue from flag fall the 10-11 jolly had his rivals at full stretch in the straight where Serabad looked the only danger.
Jumped off in front from flag fall by Tony McCoy that day, the bay gelding never put a foot wrong and gamely held the late challenge of Simply Dashing by three-quarters of a length with a further seven lengths back to the tiring Mr Strong Gale.
Paddy Brennan launched the heavily-backed 11-4 shot into the lead from flag fall at Wetherby and he was never headed.
Martin Pipe's charge was taken to the front from flag fall by champion jockey Tony McCoy and despite jumping to the right throughout had only just surrendered his lead to Florida Pearl when disaster struck at the second last.
Sent into the lead from flag fall the classy nine-year-old became the third favourite of three to oblige for punters.