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  • r  in an unfortunate or deplorable manner

  • For the most part wretchedly acted (including the work of Miss Pauline Starke, deep-voiced onetime film actress) and beset with deplorably written dialog, Zombie has at least .
  • American politics can be seen-crudely, perhaps deplorably, but not inaccurately-as a battle between the poor and the rich for the allegiance of the middle class.
  • It's the third in a series of "mockumentaries" (a term he thinks is deplorably glib) that he has made about people who are losing-but smiling because they love the game.

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