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- n. Plural form of regret.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of regret.
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- n. a polite refusal of an invitation
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And yet I have no regrets about what happened - because I learned so much about what I wanted, how to go about getting it, and how NEVER to treat someone so yeah, no regrets
One of my biggest regrets is that I could not meet him before he passed away, but I remember him and his love for me every time I sing.
Over an almost 35 year Supreme Court career, now retired Justice John Paul Stevens said recently that the lone vote he regrets is one that he cast to restore the death penalty in 1976.
The whole 'try, try again to make it right' approach to past regrets is a thought provoking one, and ripe to be explored by a person in VR.
Dare we assume that John McCain regrets foisting this wretched woman on the nation?
Short-term regrets tended to be about things people did -- say, accidentally hitting "reply all" on an email, or forgetting to call Mom on Mother's Day.
One of my regrets is that he left me a message a few weeks before he died and I guess at the time I thought I was too busy to return the call.
The difference between the two is that Ifshin regrets giving his speech while Ayers regrets not being more destructive. celebith
It would have been interesting to probe or reflect on whether McCain regrets the vast gap he has created between the McCain who stomped there in 1999 and the one who was just there.
I am going to try really hard to not be really regretful about it; I will tell myself that "no regrets" is nothing like "apathy".
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