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disappointingly unsuccessful

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Keates was disappointed by the lack of chances created, but had sympathy for the front two of Boden and Chris Holroyd.
disappointed severity of the I will go to my knowing it honest mistake.
What I am really disappointed with is that Labour is doing this without consultation with the people of Cardiff.
The Wales and Lions lock admitted he was disappointed that the Ospreys had failed to score a try and had failed to shake off the Blues in a vital derby showdown.
I am just bitterly disappointed that the team I had so much faith in did not repay that faith.
Chris Booth, a 34-year-old photographer from Darlington, said: "I feel extremely disappointed.
During Friday prayers, the senior Shiite cleric said that "while we weren't surprised by the Western complicity with [Israel], we are more disappointed by the tepid response by Arab states
A four-day matrimonial fair saw people from all over the city thronging the venue to buy gold but the high prices left the people disappointed.
The 27-year-old made a great start as he attempted to make amends but was thrown from his bike at Redgate corner and despite rejoining the field finished a distant 17th to leave more than 88,000 fans disappointed.
Kear was left bitterly disappointed after an abject capitulation saw his men surrender a 13-0 half-time advantage by conceding four tries in 13 minutes after the restart to effectively hand Huddersfield the points.
Listeners looking for answers about how Ember and Sparks came to be may be disappointed.
BE, I am extremely disappointed in you guys for not making this article more balanced.
On the other hand, I was disappointed with the essay by John Fuller on the early biblical chronologies especially the lack of discussion on the impact of the work by James Ussher and John Lightfoot.
What my parents have to be disappointed about, I'll never understand.