He said: "All that can be done is to extend sympathy
to the family of the dead girl who have suffered this appalling bereavement.
This nation will extend sympathy
and solidarity to the families who once looked to Rover for their livelihood.
He added: "Firstly I would like to extend sympathy
to the family, wife and children of this man.
Quite rightly, the majority of us can only extend sympathy
to those who must feel mortified that, within their vast numbers, lurks a bunch of lunatics with one shared ambition - to bring about the destruction of our democracy.
Most marriages can stand such a strain if both partners are prepared to extend sympathy
and understanding to the other.
On behalf of the community here I extend sympathy
to the family following this very sad incident.
But his response to being awarded the captaincy was to extend sympathy
to his predecessor, McAllister.
On behalf of the community I extend sympathy
to the family following this sad and frightening incident.
It is easy for European federalists to prep up street demonstrators; to "invite" Ukraine to look towards the West; to offer billions of euros over the next couple of years; and to extend sympathy
for the masses camping out into the streets of Kiev.
The crew of Bundoran RNLI Lifeboat were honoured to keep watch over this solemn event and extend sympathy
to the McSherry family and Alan''s friends.
It's tempting to extend sympathy
to Thousand Stars until you examine his own career path.
His gravelly voice rumbled with suitable outrage over Reagan's farm policy, and then, poised to extend sympathy
, Burdick turned to a young farmer and asked how he was managing financially.
I would like to extend sympathy
from the club to his family.
Our society has, by the time most people reach adulthood, well schooled its members in the rules for when to extend sympathy
and when to withhold it.
Intuitions that may have evolved to deal with life in the clan or the tribe are now enabling us to extend sympathy
to other people and treat them as having interests equivalent to our own.