• At every turn, America's allies - from Israel to Honduras, to Columbia, South Korea and Japan, to Poland and the Czech Republic - have reacted with disbelief and horror to his treachery.


  • Maybe the real story ought to be how a product of Manhattan wealth and privilege turned on his own caste, attacking the corrupt financial elite with a zeal not seen since the days of Teddy Roosevelt, and then was punished for his class treachery (just before his crusade was 100 percent vindicated by recent history).

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  • Believing that Filipino guides and carriers in the service of his marines were guilty of treachery, he ordered eleven of them summarily shot.

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  • Ironically, the way in which Aeneas abandons Dido in favour of his preordained fate is characteristic of Carthaginian treachery.

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  • For crying out loud, his name is synonymous with treason and treachery.

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  • Those that managed to escape to Israel before the gates were locked were treated as unwanted dead-weight by Barak and his media flacks who couldn't be bothered with the treachery at the heart of the operation.

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  • Mr Chavez, who regards all dissent as counter-revolutionary treachery, professes to be unconcerned by the split with his old ally.

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  • Mr Lieberman, the foreign minister, repulses many in the middle of Israel's spectrum with his verbal assaults on human-rights groups, accusing them of treachery.

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  • The 41-year-old had "coldly and rationally" committed treachery when he walked into the Russian embassy in Ottawa in 2007 to volunteer his spying services, judge Patrick Curran said during Friday's sentencing.

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