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Vladimir Putin bewails the fact that so many former Soviet republics, especially the Muslim "stans", are no longer under Russian control.
On occasion he bewails the fact that whenever someone wishes him good luck, the very opposite happens but this is a story of luck, of chance, of determination and courage.
Despite having such fine music to sing, he bewails the number of tenor arias in Don Giovanni, which he feels hold up the plot.
JOHN Smith (YouSay, May 25) rightly bewails the demise of the apprentices scheme in Dumballs Road.
McEldowney similarly bewails the then-recent appointment of Gen.
deserters, and bewails the fact that one returnee is now serving 15 months and has a criminal record.
Which of the two mothers is wiser: The one that silently starves herself while ensuring her children get to eat, or the one that bewails her misfortune deep from the lap of poverty?
One distraught woman bewails the inadequate access to medical care during and after the conflict.
THIS country and Europe in general bewails the fact that we have an ageing population, and that schools are closing and there won't be enough workers in future to sustain the economy, yet we are, it seems, terrified to take in young and often very able people who have come here for refuge, after having been dreadfully ill-treated in their own country.