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Let the majordomo go on with his question, and I'll give the best answer I can, whether the people deplore or not.
Don't be too ready to deplore my sad condition, sir
you who so lately, when you supposed yourself safe, exulted over my calamity, have now reason to deplore a similar misfortune.
He chucks Chambermaid (the Right Honourable Lord Southdown) under the chin; she seems to deplore his absence, as Calypso did that of that other eminent traveller Ulysses.
She might tear her long hair and cry her great eyes out, but there was not a person to heed or to deplore the discomfiture.
I became a - er - general member of this Society," the Duke continued, "sympathising heartily with its objects as explained to me by you, Prince, and believing, although to confess it is somewhat of a humiliation, that a certain amount of - er - combination amongst the aristocracy has become necessary to resist the terrible increase of Socialism which we must all so much deplore.
It's the contemplation of this sort of thing, that makes me deplore my fate in being a bachelor.
France deplores all violations of the cease-fire between Armenia and Azerbaijan," said a statement by the French Foreign Ministry.
NEW YORK, July 9, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AJC deplores the condemnation of Israel by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee.
Mr Hammond told MPs Britain deplores Raif Badawi's punishment, adding the UK has made its views known to the Saudi authorities "at the highest level".
UK deplores Israeli government decision to advance plans for settlement units in Givat Hamatos and urges them to reverse decision.
UK deplores Israeli decision to expropriate land near Bethlehem and urges Israel to reverse the decision.