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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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New Delhi [India], September 6 ( ANI ): Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday lashed out at the online trolls over the killing of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh, asserting that he strongly condemns and deplores the messages on social media.
Answering shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander in the Commons, Mr Hammond said: "We deplore this punishment, we deplore the use of corporal punishment in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere.
The Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said: "The UK deplores the Israeli government's decision to advance plans for 2610 settlement units in Givat Hamatos.
The UK deplores the Israeli government s expropriation of 988 acres of land around the settlement of Etzion near Bethlehem.
I deplore the decisions taken by the Israeli authorities on 4 June to expand a number of illegal settlements, many of which are deep within the West Bank, and in East Jerusalem.
Headlined: Britain, US Deplore Incident, an Egyptian Gazette report said:
India deplores the tragic loss of life and the reports of killings and injuries to people on the boats carrying supplies for Gaza," an External Affairs Ministry statement said here.
The United States deplores the violence in Kyrgyzstan and is deeply concerned about the possible loss of life, said Philip J.
Resolution 298: deplores Israel's changing of the status of Jerusalem.
draft resolution deplores spate of pirates off Somalia
It says, 'This conference deplores the clash of the conference with a rugby international weekend.
Vickers deplores the uses of the Oxford publishing name to legitimate "Shall I die?
Riga deplores the outlay of money in the settlements as coming from the contributions of innocent parishioners who "had nothing to do with the sexual abuse" and would prefer to see their donations fulfilling the mission of the church by helping the poor and disabled, among others.
And although the NF leadership says it deplores violence, it is debateable whether they would be able to control the impulse of some of their more hard-core supporters.
Take away that ideology of objectivity" which Rapping deplores, and the difference between, for example, a Holocaust historian and a Holocaust denier is simply a matter of viewpoint.