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Evidence suggests that shame can undermine, rather than promote, moral motivation.
If you talk to the women now — having participated in a series, having come clean with their story, having decided to speak openly about it to cameras — I think you’ll find much less shame.
It’s a shame with all of that flooding, we may miss it again the next time he’s actually onto something.
It would be a shame if that couldn’t be brought to bear across the whole planet.
What’s a shame is that Huawei has arguably the most efficient 5G products.
Oh, what a shame to take him through the streets in such a helpless condition!
It's a shame to see a minister of the Gospel drowning his grief in liquor.
THE LIFE OF THOMAS WANLESS, PEASANTALEXANDER JOHNSTONE WILSON
The willows,” he says, “bow themselves to every wind, out of shame for their unfruitfulness.
RUBIYT OF OMAR KHAYYM AND SALMN AND ABSLOMAR KHAYYM AND RALPH WALDO EMERSON
The church of Rome has acted upon this principle, and even Protestants (to the shame of Protestantism) have followed her example.
She must be put to grief and shame, while he, the one on whose head the real sin lay, escaped.

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