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My problem is that, in June, Ray also wrote to the Echo writing movingly - once again - of the joy of the oppressed folk of Antwerp, once they had been liberated from the "fascist totalitarian occupation" of the Nazis in 1945 ("Time to stamp out fascism once again").
London, Nov 20 ( ANI ): England batsman Kevin Pietersen has spoken movingly of the death of his childhood friend Jon Cole-Edwardes that delayed his arrival in Australia, and said that it will provide inspiration during the Ashes.
She talks movingly about her mum, who died of cancer last year, leads audiences through the troubles of Emmerdale's Mandy Dingle and fields a Q&A session.
In a storyboard on the website Vanessa, 12, of Loans, near Troon, writes movingly of her battle with the killer disease.
Now she has spoken movingly of her life's passion and how her work has helped her move on.
Their dignity, and that of Tim's sister Abbi (ECHO, March 18) so movingly evident in your articles are to be admired.
THE VERDICT Michael Haneke's art house delight might sound dull on paper - it gently, movingly and often harrowingly deals with that great cinematic taboo of old age - but wonderful performances from Trintignant and Riva as elderly musicians give it real class.
Summary: The Duke of Cambridge has movingly described an orchid named in honour of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales as a "beautiful" bloom.
The cast and orchestra performed beautifully and very movingly.
POP star Lily Allen has spoken movingly of her first miscarriage, revealing that it was "touch and go" after she lost her baby last year.
Poignant words which movingly illustrate the painful heartache of losing someone so dear.
His love of books and the tree with the cockatoos is movingly shown and the ultimate end to the story is inevitable.