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Perth has played host to some of the Lions' sorriest Ashes demises in recent times but, for once, the unique tests of the Waca should be to their advantage.
However the person I am sorriest for is an old pupil of mine, who in the course of his genealogical research discovered a German connection.
Her claims about me amount to deception of the sorriest caliber, holding up poorly to scrutiny and collapsing in the face of facts.
And the sorriest spectacle is what these eminences put on display in the legislatures on almost every day of a session.
The people I've felt sorriest for this Christmas have been the shop workers hauled out of their Boxing Day beds at increasingly unearthly hours.
Meanwhile, Charlie's cousin, Tony Lambini-aka the short dude from New York and the sorriest Mafia member ever-plots to steal Roses.
I have identical twin boys that are nine years old, and the thing I'm sorriest about in my early years, is that I wasn't really there for my two other boys (Kenneth Jnr and Christopher).
EASTENDERS BBC1, 8pm WHEN Kirsty finds Tanya in her room at the B&B packing her bags for her, you don't know who to feel sorriest for.
In what Hill describes as the sorriest chapter in Barlow's life, in 1787 the would-be poet joined an Ohio real estate company that enticed French emigres to buy land west of the Allegheny Mountains.
In that "feel good" era of just three months ago, you probably forgot the sorriest story of the Olympics.
One of the sorriest chapters in this country's fight against terrorism was the Central Intelligence Agency's use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" - in plain language, torture - to obtain information from suspected terrorists.
And they are the sorriest of figures - uncouth, mendacious, avaricious and stupid.