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As mayor of our city, a wife, and a grandmother, I am heartsick and deeply disturbed by what occurred last night," Hodges told a news conference on Sunday night.
When she suffers a debilitating stroke in her 80s, the author is heartsick.
I know some people are heartsick, because I was heartsick when Mitt Romney lost--so I know the feeling," Voight tells Variety.
But, and I am sure I share the sentiment with many others, I am heartsick and crushed.
As a member of the board, I cannot tell you how heartsick we were at having to make this decision.
One can imagine the heartsick faithful turning toward this oasis of leafy tranquility, longing for an escape to some prelapsarian era before vast swathes of their historic homeland fell to the ravages of the Islamic State.
Many of us who have always cared and done what we can for human struggles are heartsick over what is happening in Syria.
Since April 19, when twenty-five-year-old Freddie Gray died due to police brutality in Baltimore, my hometown, I have been heartsick.
In court documents, Elmas wrote that he has recognized the pain he has caused and is heartsick about it.
Air Force, I am heartsick that the military has done such a poor job combating rape of both females and males in the military ("Silent treatment," The Examined Life, January).
When I spoke with the admitting staff, they all realized that they said "good luck" to every patient, and, beginning to understand the effect of their well-intentioned words, they felt heartsick.
He said: "I'm heartsick people like Cruz and Bardem could incite anti-Semitism all over the world and are oblivious to the damage they've caused.