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disapprove of

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to feel or express strong disapproval of

to feel or express sorrow for

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Bahrain deplored the US stance which tolerates all security measures and tough regulations to protect American national security, while denying the right of other countries to do likewise - including Bahrain which have been suffering over the last years from organised and systematic terror seeking to subvert security and stability.
He deplored the instability in the prices of cotton and the weak strategies and reforms for making the African product more competitive in the world market.
High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said she deplored the attacks and the fact that authorities have failed to prevent them or bring the perpetrators to justice, the report added.
The Iranian spokesman further deplored holding of Formula One Grand Prix despite the bloodshed in Bahrain.
The Shura Council also deplored the Iranian practices which disrupt regional security and stability, reaffirming full support for the UAE and its inalienable right exercise its sovereignty on all its territory, including the three Iran-occupied islands -- Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Musa.
Ambassador Susan Rice of the United States, which holds the rotating presidency of the Security Council this month, said the council deplored the launch, which is in violation of Security Council Resolutions 1718 and 1874.
approved a resolution on Monday that deplored China's use of
We wanted to take pictures of this aid so as to show them to the donors to prove that the aid arrived to its destination, but we were disappointed to realize that a very small part, and sometimes nothing, reached the populations," Dona Sams deplored.
Summary: he loss of managers in tourism was deplored Saturday in Algiers, by the former graduates of the National High School of Tourism.
Summary: BRUSSELS: The European Union said on Tuesday it deplored a decision by Libya to stop issuing entry visas to the 25 European nations in the Schengen visa-free zone.
Japan on Wednesday deplored the attack by gunmen on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan a day earlier, with the Foreign Ministry spokesman declaring the ambush ''despicable'' and expressing condolences to the victims and their families.
The Vatican on Saturday deplored China's latest ordination of a bishop without papal approval, saying that Pope Benedict XVI felt ''deeply pained'' by the move and that it offended Catholics all over the world.
In the Vatican II document, Nostra aetate, the Council deplored "all forms of hatred or persecution directed against the Jews.
In Luxembourg, Ministers deplored the fact that the human rights situation in Cuba has further deteriorated since June 2005, highlighting in particular an increase in the number of political prisoners, violence and harassment.
ENI)--The World Council of Churches has deplored the publication of cartoons caricaturing the Prophet Muhammad, and urged its members to join in non-violent protests with those experiencing attacks on their religion.