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What little choice do the public have when practically everything is packed or wrapped in plastic - it would, despairingly, appear that "Theresa May Brexit lethargy" is being applied to the plastic threat.
It is, of course, a comedy - or farce - though I was once told that some BBC staffers view it, more despairingly, as a documentary.
The pictures, like the text, focus on the important moments; the page which shows Ella sitting under a street light, her hands despairingly over her face, is particularly moving.
He caught me staring despairingly at a beachside stall of coconut shell bird feeders as the others paddled boarded to heaven, and offered me these pearls of wisdom of how to get to grips with this seemingly fun watersport.
With just 23 minutes and a little bit of injury time left in the second half, Lekhiwya were despairingly staring at a two-goal deficit and the Emir Cup trophy slipping away fast.
Newcastle United's Peter Withe dives despairingly in his bid to apprehend a canine pitch invader.
This is seven times higher than the Angel of the North, 200 feet higher than the turbine near Kirkleatham roundabout and, despairingly, more than one-and-a-half times higher than the hills behind them.
President Abbas spoke more despairingly, my friends, than I have ever heard him about the sense of hopelessness that the Palestinian people feel", Kerry, who traveled to the region last month, said in a speech at the Brookings Institution.
Show-reeling in the minds of the passenger, who gazes despairingly into the wing mirror, are memories of Frank Lampard's ghost goal in 2010, Cristiano Ronaldo's wink in 2006 and Ronaldinho's lob in 2002.
Unable to sold the egg, the man, who has not been named, despairingly typed "egg" and "Vacheron Constantin" into Google, and found an article quoting Kieran McCarthy, director of Wartski, the London-based Royal Warrant-holding experts on Carl Faberge's work.
James Stewart stars as a compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman whom an angel saves from suicide by showing him what life would have been like if he never existed.
And former Ospreys head coach Lyn Jones looked on despairingly as Welsh, who included new signing Adam Balding at number eight, struggled to stem the tide.
It is as if there is an intention by some to blot out the probing process and hide clear-cut facts in order to serve the Syrian regime which is despairingly trying to explode the Lebanese arena.
There's a plot complicated enough to keep you guessing and interested, but not so complicated that you get despairingly lost.
Mackreth powered his way into Harriers' penalty area where he was despairingly brought down by Gittings and Baker promptly stepped up to smash home the resulting penalty.
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