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Reading these reports leaves one feeling an odd combination of anger and pity.
If its as easy as it looks, I pity people who get caught in the air.
It started, as many great love stories do, with pity.
Beauty plus pity is the closest we can get to a definition of art.
Spoiled rich kids making fools of themselves are just a fact of life — to envy, pity or ridicule as one wishes.
It is a great pity that politics in democracies are driven by personalities, rather than policies.
The shuttle is great machine, it's a pity they just couldn't operate it cheaper.
You'll certainly get no pity from me.
They are neither bitter nor steeped in self-pity.
As it stands, I just shake my head in condescending pity.
It is a pity that this article has so little depth.
As he spoke in this way the good dwarfs took pity upon him, and gave him the coffin.
Taking pity on our wretched appearance, drivers slowed down and threw loaves of bread out of their cars.
The challenge is to do that in a clear- eyed way and not to devolve into self-pity.
And pity the poor copyright cops trying to pull the plug.
With arguably the coolest job on or off the planet, astronauts need nobody's pity.
Frequently an architect will design a building and then walk, and not care about what's put inside it, which is a pity.
It is, however a pity that the supporting graphs are making no allowance for color blindness.
Pity, but it will likely appear later as the technology matures.
Pity the poverty of their weak and easily manipulated minds.
Pity, think what might have been, had they a bias for the intelligence.
It is a pity that some of us blame evolution and instincts.
And yes, it is a pity that so much scholarly content is hidden behind paywalls.
The president was deeply preoccupied, and at times incapacitated by self-pity or alcohol.
And he is still able to manage his consummate, his characteristic, trick-which is to glamorize self-pity.
But pity the hapless dance writer and, by extension, the general dance audience.
For those who hanker after extraterrestrial life that is a pity.
We took pity on them, granted their request, and they sat down among us.
It has been said that unsettled questions have no pity for the repose of nations.
He began to pity himself, but a sense of the absurdity of his thoughts made him smile.
The line between laughing with and laughing at was a tightrope stretched between mirth and pity.
But it does mean replacing pity toward them with ambition for them.
Self-pity is not a luxury one can afford to indulge.
To run to ground a vicious foe-one without heart or pity.

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