Rangers broke the deadlock in the first minute of extra time when Rugby conceded a penalty and Quinn drilled the spot kick home to the delight of their fans and the dejection
of the Valley supporters.
For celebration and dejection
, triumph and despair, to be beamed into living rooms.
Some of the people who had little inkling about the distress among the hospital staffers, however, expressed their dejection
and tribulation as they had come from far off areas to the tertiary care centre.
Exile had everything - the tension of family secrets, the scandal of institutional corruption, the horror of sexual abuse, the desperation of Alzheimers, the dejection
The throbbing sense of energy of single Anxiety is a promising torchbearer for an album that draws in unsettling vibrancy, morose dejection
and unpure white noise.
Livepool players show their dejection
after the final whistle
The 23-year-old's dejection
at losing to Rafael Nadal in the Wimbledon semi-finals was clear for all to see as he sat tearfully in his chair while his opponent celebrated his passage through to today's final, where he will face Tomas Berdych.
The "city of the big shoulders" was understandably a bit stooped with dejection
Friday after its bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics got rejected.
Villa chiller: Ashley Young shows his dejection
at the final whistle.
LEE Byrne has spoken of his dejection
after a thumb injury ended his Lions tour yesterday.
However mother-in-law of the deceased said her daughter-in-law might have committed suicide due to dejection
as her parents had severed ties with her.
Congressional approval of the government's so-called "financial rescue plan" did little to lift the financial markets from their growing dejection
over the obstacles still facing the economy.