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sorry to say

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I regret telling you this Sorry to say, the violin was never found.
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And, sad to say, his daughters and his friends were, from a musical point of view, perfectly right.
I love that I have been able to play Fiona for all four movies and IAAEll be sad to say goodbye to her.
I am sad to say that not enough measures are being taken to prevent them.
Lance Corporal Katrina Hodge, 22, a soldier in the Royal Anglian Regiment, said: "I'm sad to say none of us UK girls made it through to the final round, but I never expected to even be here.
Sad to say, I found a mean streak within, which made me most reluctant to pass on and part with the centennial issue.
Sad to say, I have yet to find my perfect bag, but I have found the perfect organizational tools to put in it[ The business card holders from The Paper Place ($9.
At first encounter, neither, sad to say, encourages raves.
I am sad to say though, that he misses the boat when he says that corn and other crops should be directed to production of beef, pork, poultry, milk, and eggs.
Dear Editor, Sad to say, my brother Geoff Bubb (above) has passed away after a short illness.
While I am sad to say goodbye to seniors who are growing into fine preachers, I am excited that their voices will be added to the church's proclamation of the gospel.
The DVD offers a series introduction, 24- minute film, interactive glossary, and map; the music CD has 18 tracks--Novelty (3:14), The Spoiled Girl (2:07), I Burn, I Smoulder Like Charcoal (3:27), Kokotoi's Memorial Feast (6:26), Gift (2:07), Impudent One (3:21), I'm Sad To Say Goodbye (2:33), Attila Khan, (3:28), Ak Satkyn and Kulmyrza (9:10), Ocarina (2:00), Flower (3:36), On the Road (2:27), Soviet (3:11), I Remember (5:04), Wide Valley (2:39), I Miss You (3:31), Kambarkan (4:50), A Melody That Wakes Up a Girl (2:47).
Sad to say, some of it is shared by a few Catholic writers such as former priest James Carroll.
There are a few editorial slips and sloppy language, which are hallmarks of this particular publisher, though nothing new in today's arena of military publishing, sad to say.
Sad to say, the people who will wade through the chunks of Eurocentric text are probably already making lifestyle changes for the planet.