sympathetically


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in a sympathetic manner

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In his response, President Widodo said that although it was a legal matter, he would sympathetically consider the request.
The owners purchased the house and bungalow in 2001 and over the following decade they sympathetically restored it, retaining many period features.
Bradley Green Cottage in Grendon, Atherstone has been sympathetically extended
Kuhn was able to read Aristotle sympathetically because he didn't feel threatened by Aristotle's ideas.
This detached home has been sympathetically restored
SYMPATHETICALLY RESTORED The former village school and school house at Newton-on-the-Moor
Expressing displeasure with the Air India management for not fulfilling its assurance to consider the issue of reinstatement sympathetically in a time bound manner, Justice Reva Khetrapal said, "I am upset and I am also getting anguished.
The AI management shall sympathetically consider the grievances of the pilots including the aspect of reinstatement of those pilots who were terminated as a consequence to their strike," Justice Khetrapal said while disposing of the pilots' plea for a direction to the management to take back 101 sacked pilots, including 10 office bearers of the Indian Pilots Guild.
Planning committee member Coun Barry Henley (Lab, Brandwood) said: "The conversion has been done sympathetically.
SET in the sought after location of Old Swan, this detached property has been sympathetically extended.
Thanks also to Jacob Conroy & Son, Funeral Directors for their professionalism and excellence in sympathetically carrying through the funeral arrangements and the Rev.
CAN I please make an appeal on behalf of all, especially pensioners, who, like me, sympathetically read every charity appeal that comes through the letter box.
The person who's owned it obviously didn't care, which means it won't have been driven sympathetically.
Grant Ward, of the council's community services, said: "We will ensure any work we need to carry out will be handled sensitively and sympathetically.
sym*pa*thet*i*cal*ly \-ti-k[schwa]-l[macron over e]\ adverb <She listened sympathetically.