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  • [Some musical notation] Dismay must finish on the c. and the 4 notes I have inclosed will be symphony.

    Letter 268

  • Dismay over the Waterloo, Ontario, company's performance has spurred analyst downgrades, increasingly public grumbling from investors and talk of defections, particularly after it cut its earnings forecast for the year two weeks ago and said it would start laying off workers.

    RIM Bows to Governance Critic

  • Dismay and perhaps even a measure of shame are the proper responses to such a lamentable feat.

    Arsène Wenger's sense of injustice veils deep-lying Arsenal issues | Richard Williams

  • Dismay sat on their faces, and before they could recover, Ernest struck again.

    Chapter 8: The Machine Breakers

  • Dismay swept through the parents and students when they realized that the areas of science, social studies, physical education, and citizenship were left blank.

    Tony Zini: New Twist on Student Grades Ignites Controversy

  • Where the Squid Kill and Dismay, a thriller by Stephen King.

    Take Your Pick

  • Dismay stabbed the back of my throat, making me whimper.

    Bring On the Night

  • Dismay at parting from Holland and the fear that had gripped her during the anxious walk from the barge gave way to relief, excitement, and zeal.

    The Mistaken Wife

  • Dismay over furloughs without pay reached Philadelphia June 12, carried by disgruntled troops from Maryland as they made their way home.

    Robert Morris

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