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with sadness

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So the Tin Woodman was forced to return sorrowfully to his friends and tell them of the terrible Beast he had seen.
I have not quitted you since yesterday," returned Fernand sorrowfully.
The youth sat down in the garden and considered how it might be possible to perform this task, but he could think of nothing, and there he sat sorrowfully awaiting the break of day, when he should be led to death.
I fear they will," said the Tin Woodman, sorrowfully.
She did not make much headway, as she sorrowfully admitted to herself.
That will be the end of me, all right," said the Scarecrow, sorrowfully.
The Dormouse took Pinocchio's wrist between her paws and, after a few minutes, looked up at him sorrowfully and said: "My friend, I am sorry, but I must give you some very sad news.
And as he watched his daughter Diana marry Prince Charles in 1981, he must have thought sorrowfully of what might have been.
C[pounds sterling]These humanitarian organizations include ICRC, which sorrowfully exaggerated the number of displaced residents as a result of the fighting,C[yen] the source said.
For a show that is never less than excellent, it was a superlative mix of pathos and humour as Trish backed out of the wedding, with Marlon sorrowfully lamenting, "It weren't meant to be".
Carol looks sorrowfully at a photograph of all her seven smiling children above the mantelpiece at her home in Penshaw, Sunderland.
Some day, when all the families trundle their tractors sorrowfully home, a list will be compiled of their names.
The truth is less that he was the ``naive victim'' he sorrowfully claimed on television, but more the easily impressed jack-the-lad who wanted to brag about his knowledge (which, let's face it, was not lacking in detail) of drugs.
As she stared sorrowfully at a family album of photographs showing her smiling husband playing cheerfully with his children, Alison went on: "I thought we had the perfect, boring 2.