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When reporter' contacted SP Sadder Rizwan Umar Gondal in-connection with this news story he stated that he did not visit Chaaey Khana for three years.
Therapy for both Becky and Kip and a restraining order are the result: and Becky, whose life has been shaken as if an earthquake had occurred, heads off to college, sadder and wiser.
It was after Carter's death that Stanley shifted from hard-driving bluegrass to an older, sadder, less adorned style.
Sadder still is seeing America go from a nation of laws protecting individual freedoms to a nation of rules based on group rights.
When eventually the creator puts his hand on Doug's shoulder Villa Park will be a sadder place.
It is with sadness that I learn of the closure of Rover but I am even sadder this Government can't give help due to EU rules.
An orange extension cord hangs from the top of the photo and forms a tangle on the ground, as if linking the daydream of heaven depicted on the wall to a sadder reality.
People try to smuggle here from all over the world because Tijuana has an established smuggling infrastructure" In the offices hang photos of illegal immigrants stuffed in dashboards and hanging from the bottom of trucks, but the sadder cases involve children being smuggled across to waiting parents.
And, if they can't make abortions illegal, the proponents of all these restrictions seem to make women who seek abortions feel sadder about it.
It really is a sad day for theatre and freedom but possibly a sadder one for the Sikh faith.
The story of the 2004 intelligence reform bill just keeps getting sadder and sadder.
I DON'T think there will be many sadder sights this winter than that of the disconsolate Peter Gehm aboard Czech chaser Registana, who, having travelled an awful long way and added an extra dimension to the event, looked on as the remainder of the field battled out the finish of the Sporting Index Cross Country Chase at Cheltenham.
The newspaper reported that Archbishop Greg Venables, primate of the Southern Cone, reacted strongly to the blessing, saying, "It is a very sad day when a bishop chooses to flagrantly reject the pleas of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the primates of the Anglican Communion and it's an even sadder day when he uses biblical language to promote disobedience of the Bible's teaching.
Even sadder, as the article pointed out, was his directive to the priests.