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grieve

verb ache, aggrieve, anguish, be anguished, be sad, bemoan, bewail, complain, cry, cut to the quick, desolate, discommode, distress, feel regret, fret, groan, harass, lament, languish, moan, mourn, pain, pine, rue, sadden, sorrow, suffer, take to heart, torment, wail, weep
See also: affront, annoy, brood, discommode, distress, harass, languish, perturb, repent
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Following extensive negotiations, Elk and Denbury have agreed to indicative terms that will enable the timely completion of the Grieve Project at a fixed cost.
The final produced some excellent bowling from both pairs, the victors establishing an early advantage, Grieve leading well on a short length mark on the edge of the green with good back-up from Harwood opening up a 9-0 lead.
The ICC only intervenes in cases where no action has been taken and Mr Grieve said this was not the case.
Grieve said: "It is frustrating sitting watching everyone else playing.
For many, they have been in despair for years and it's time they know that not only is it healthy to grieve, if they allow the process, it can enrich their lives in miraculous ways,” says Bobo.
The grieving process continues long after the funeral The loss of a loved one can affect you emotionally and physically, so give yourself time to grieve
This custom is as old as the Jewish-Christian text from Ecclesiastes 3: "There is a time for everything under the heavens, a time to Patients Die and Nurses Grieve continued on page 6 mourn and a time to laugh," and it assists with the adjustment to a new reality.
Meeting Prof Grieve also helped Mr Hogan-Howe unravel the secrets behind a World War II montage which has been hanging in his office for years.
But I did grieve with my children and other members of my family.
Shadow Justice Secretary Dominic Grieve thinks we are.
Oxford-educated barrister Dominic Grieve is to replace David Davis as shadow Home secretary.