I know I'm not one to talk since I must admit shamefaced
that I have never been to Penshaw Monument or Herrington Country Park in my life, but surely there are more noteworthy attractions.
Set in a doctor's office, the scene establishes the film's wry comedic tone and its embrace of human fallibility--specifically Harvey's hypochondria and his outbursts of anger, which always get the better of his shamefaced
efforts at self-control.
An apology can be brief, such as `I am terribly sorry' or `I am so shamefaced
In more balanced times, the Republican bar might have been shamefaced
about this sort of judicial activism.
But he looks shamefaced
as his mother reminds him of the first time, a few years ago, he performed with an adult bluegrass band.
Each day after the main meal, servants place the lanterns before the door of the selected wife, and while the other wives disappear shamefaced
into their doorways, she receives a ritual foot massage to prepare her for her husband's visit that evening.
An investigation followed, and shamefaced
state officials were forced to concede that child abuse had indeed taken place --that is, when the terrified kids were rounded up during the sweep itself.
As Stone kept investigating, he walked into a morass of dishonesty, cover-ups, plain lies and - eventually - shamefaced
confessions that ,made Charles Vandoren, a Columbia College English professor, a national villain, and ruined many reputations and careers.
It is claimed he compared Mr Miliband's reaction to what the website calls the "economic mess left by Labour" to "a shamefaced
school boy admitting responsibility".
I'm sure Fox will be too shamefaced
to appear at the event.
Yes," replied the shamefaced
juror who was due at the court at 10.
After the hearing the shamefaced
streaker revealed that it was not the first time he had shed his clothes during a sporting event.