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There is the predictable inclusion of political names, but disappointedly our suggestions of the 'Redcarbunkle' or 'The Dunnie' failed to make the list.
Statistics show that over half of us will try to lose weight for the big summer holiday this year but somehow the motivation flags and we end up disappointedly packing the same supersize shorts as last year.
The significance of these brief words (al-kalimat al-wajiza) may only be acknowledged by those who have disappointedly given up their quest after reading too many works.
We'd like to head out to sea soon, but you just can't beat a typhoon,'' Masayuki Miyoshi, deputy head of a local whaling association, said disappointedly.
The words have lost all meaning in this country, analyst Kim Mehmeti disappointedly writes in his column.
Rizaov, disappointedly, comments that he respected Ivanov greatly and had great hopes that finally the true president of the Republic of Macedonia would appear on the political scene but unfortunately it was not this tongue-tied double.
Deadly Spin describes in detail the alarming extent to which the bathwater has become adulterated with a myriad of insurance industry impurities, but somewhat disappointedly, offers little in the way of recognizing legitimate private sector benefits.
Many times, the police have stopped me because I work freelance," said Hussein disappointedly, adding that foreigners have more freedom to take photos in Egypt than
Although our spirits were deflated, we decided to roll on into winter knowing full well that ours might be a short one--or possibly no hunt at all (as a lot of hunters disappointedly experienced that week).
As I will explain next, even these disappointedly low numbers are still better than the average population.
The waiters were polite, attentive, approachable and knowledgeable, although we were disappointedly turned down a request for a jug of water to go with the drinks we ordered as we studied the huge purple laminated menus.
Soyinka, she notes disappointedly, "only hints at a traditional notion of race in relation to Shakespeare's works"; he "is less interested in the politics of race in Shakespeare's poetry than he is in the poetry of politics" (7).
And most disappointedly, after almost 400 pages of text the author gives the reader no conclusion or summary.