bewail


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Then the child asked leave to go two months in the mountains to bewail her virginity among her companions.
Last January, De Lima delivered a privilege speech to bewail the propagation of fake news allegedly propagated by supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte to harass her and malign her good reputation.
It is all very well for the well-heeled, the churchmen and politicians to bewail their sympathies for migrants when they know their actions do not impact on themselves.
BBC One Wales, tonight, 8pm While some long-time fans still bemoan and bewail the departure of Terry Wogan from the glittering holding pen of dreams that is the Eurovision, nothing can detract from the tragically hilarious parade of deluded souls that makes up the meat of the show.
It reads: 'We acknowledge and bewail our manifold sins and wickedness, which we, from time to time, most grievously have committed, by thought, word and deed, against thy divine majesty, provoking most justly thy wrath and indignation against usNearly 800 people will gather in the historic chapel for the service, at which the congregation will be asked to pledge to support the marriage.
The rising price of coal COAL merchants and the Coal Board bewail the fact that sales of coal are falling.
Council do-goodies would order mass arrests, health and safety executives would bewail the bespoiling of our wonderful beaches and hypocrisy would run rampant.
The Psalmist, David, in Psalm 41, has the answer, for he turns to God to bewail the fact that "my bosom friend in whom I trusted, who shared my bread, has lifted up his heel against me." David, from experience, knew the bitterness of having false friends, but he also had an unswerving reliance in the friendship of God for all faithful people.
Calchas persuades the Greeks (Book IV) to demand his daughter in exchange for the return of Antenor to Troy, and the lovers bewail their separation; Criseyde promises, however, that she will contrive to return in ten days.
The author has much to bewail in what he perceives as the sins of God's people.
Film buffs profess to be supportive of the country's surging indie movie industry, but bewail their inability to access them due to lack of regular screening venues.
"We acknowledge and bewail our manifold sins and wickedness, which we from time to time most grievously have committed by thought, word and deed against thy divine majesty, provoking most justly thy wrath and indignation against us."
The combined choirs of The Northern Sinfonia Chorus and The Durham Singers were on cracking form, the simplicity of the unaccompanied chorale O Man, bewail your great sin as arresting as the complex exchanges with the St Nicholas choristers, the latter singing from the back of the building.
They bewail that they were feeling more so because during Eidul Fitr, which passed recently over 2 moths ago, people of all hues had flocked to the camp to celebrate the Eid with them, bringing along gifts and dishing out felicities.
I am not talking about the issues that liberals bewail (such as the stance on homosexuality), because some of these are very commendable.