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  • Deplore this if you must, but be prepared: even the Oxford English Dictionary is now conceding that its third edition, 21 years in the making, will be published not on paper but online.

    Harry Potter, Tony Blair... can these blockbusters save the world of books?

  • Deplore, if you're so inclined, the fact that the limited series doesn't stand entirely on its own, but the fact remains that the Green Lantern issues do complete it.

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  • Deplore as he must the current minor Internet buzz about abolishing the Federal Reserve Board or impeaching its leaders, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke must have a grudging historical sense that 75 years ago, such chastisement might have been appropriate.

    Kevin Phillips: Time to End "Bernanke Panky?"

  • Deplore as he must the current minor Internet buzz about abolishing the Federal Reserve Board or impeaching its leaders, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke must have a grudging historical sense that 75 years a ...

    Kevin Phillips: Time to End "Bernanke Panky?"

  • I'm not saying there's anything wrong with it by our standards, I'm saying it's badly written by her standards -- by the standards of Those Who Deplore.

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  • Deplore loss of much-loved, greatly admired Juliet Thompson, outstanding, exemplary handmaid of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.

    Citadel of Faith

  • Deplore as we may the sanguinary ends to which this will has been bent, it has at any rate shown itself to be no weakling.

    In the Claws of the German Eagle

  • Deplore it as all right-thinking people must, under present social conditions he is undoubtedly free to lead what is called a double life.

    Ruggles of Red Gap

  • Deplore it; but to condemn an Italian gentleman without hearing his personal vindication, is infamous; nay, it is Austrian.

    Vittoria — Volume 5

  • Deplore it; but to condemn an Italian gentleman without hearing his personal vindication, is infamous; nay, it is

    Vittoria — Complete

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