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Why do some people in racing bemoan the increase in all-weather tracks?
I bemoan the fact that central government will not give cities and towns the powers today to build iconic buildings as they did a century ago.
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But this 10-year veteren doesn't bemoan her heavy schedule.
Reading condemned Coca-Cola Championship strugglers Brighton to a fourth successive defeat last night, leaving livid Seagulls boss Mark McGhee to bemoan the performance of referee Kevin Friend and his fellow officials.
I don't mean I'm better than anyone else, but I used to really bemoan my gayness and my Asian-ness.
Fresh milk is an essential part of the American diet, and nutritionists often bemoan the fact that too many consumers, especially children, no longer drink enough of it.
Most authors bemoan the fact that traditional houses are everywhere beleaguered and under assault from the market economy, rapid urbanization, and declining craft skills.
We bemoan that we've been assigned the shortest month of the year.
Publishers often bemoan, "I have a quality publication.
Cope: "People often blame the company and bemoan the fact that their efforts haven't been recognized or valued.
Then, he says, we bemoan the fact that the health system lacks funds and investments and that it is not innovative.