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Inadmissibility of expressions of condolence or sympathy.
For years he's made condolence calls or visits with members of his congregation whose pets have died.
Within a few minutes, he sent a telegram of condolence to the widow.
He declined to write official letters of condolence to the widows or families of deceased officers.
Usually, presidential statements of condolence are reserved for the deaths of foreign dignitaries.
The families of those who were lost were presented with a letter of condolence.
Many messages of condolence are being received on a special remembrance web page from the local community and beyond.

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