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From the outset, we ve accepted responsibility for the two deeply regrettable operational spills in Bodo.
In an answer to an urgent question, he said: "While respecting Ineos' right to make this decision, it is regrettable that both parties have not managed to negotiate a fair and equitable settlement that delivers a viable business model for the plant.
BJP chief spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad said Asaram Bapu's statement is regrettable and deeply disturbing and painful.
AaAaAa Morocco follows, closely and with concern, the development of relations between Libya and Switzerland following Swiss authorities' regrettable decision to forbid Libyan nationals, including high-ranking officials, from entering its territory, the statement added.
TOKYO - Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama on Tuesday described as regrettable North Korea's reported test-firing of short-range missiles toward the Sea of Japan.
As a result, the remaining 220 stores will be closed imminently with the regrettable loss of 2,500 jobs.
Gavin Henson, Andy Powell, Rhys Thomas and Jonathan Thomas each admitted to "varying degrees of regrettable conduct", a statement from the WRU said.
The job losses are regrettable but will place the company in a stronger position while we pursue a sale.
It is truly regrettable that this could not be done.
Steven House said: "Having been chief constable of Strathclyde Police for a year, I have no direct knowledge, nor can I comment directly, about Ms Ramsay's regrettable recollections of her time in the force.
It is regrettable that the WTO DSU (dispute settlement understanding) mechanism is allowed to be used by a WTO member which is in no way affected by the measures challenged," the Commission said.
Everything that happened last season regarding that was regrettable and in the heat of the moment," said Beadle.