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  • Deploring American acting standards, she criticized contemporary actors for not understanding what theater is about.

    Stella Adler.

  • Deploring Bill's involvement in Hillary's campaign the LA Times states "When he happens to be a former president himself, and his wife's rival is the first black presidential candidate with a chance of winning, it looks even worse."

    Edwards: Bill Has The Right To Campaign For Hillary

  • Deploring “the charge of the Leftist historians against Sri Aurobindo,” namely, that “his nationalism had a strong religious bent, which only encouraged the already formidable trend of Muslim separatism,” Nadkarni added: “Much of what the Leftist historians wrote about Sri Aurobindo and other national leaders found its way into school and college textbooks....”

    The task that Dr. Nadkarni has defined so categorically

  • Deploring high CEO pay is so much more fun than grasping this difficult nettle.

    Inventing a Future for AIG

  • Deploring the evil – mindedness of her eldest daughter in these terms, Mrs Kenwigs distilled fresh drops of vexation from her eyes, and declared that she did believe there never was anybody so tried as she was.

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • Deploring Iran's actions was too harsh a word they decided, so they eventually settled on grave concern instead.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2007

  • Deploring that the denial of these unspeakable crimes has become a propaganda tool that the Islamic Republic of Iran is using to further its own agendas;

    On the Holocaust Conference Sponsored by the Government of Iran

  • Deploring the decision of the Government of Israel to officially support Israeli settlement in the Palestinian and other Arab territories occupied since 1967

    Palestine Peace Not Apartheid

  • Deploring her older daughter's lifestyle isn't enough.

    HH Com 288 (287)

  • He describes the judgmental outlook that he and his wife shared for many years: “Deploring other people — their lack of perfection — had always been our sport.”

    Archive 2006-08-01

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