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dis uh paw in ting lee

  • r  in a disappointing manner
    the discoverer of argon, Sir William Ramsay, looked disappointingly ordinary

  • In Canada's wheat belt, a particularly chilly and rainy spring has delayed planting and may well bring a disappointingly small harvest.
  • At the end of the chapter, Mischel and Ayduk note, disappointingly, that psychologists still don't have an answer to the most pressing question regarding self-regulation, one with .
  • Not all dishes at Iggy's live up to this transcendent promise (on the night we visited, the dessert was a disappointingly boring fig tiramisu).

  • Lewis Hamilton in Sportinglife.com
    Obviously I am disappointed,said Hamilton. "I am not happy after a result like today but I'm already getting over it and tomorrow will be another day. Disappointingly, I didn't make a great start but I slipstreamed Kimi and went up the...
  • Babur in Forbes
    Disappointingly, they have been matched by moves to expand detention without trial and house arrest of activists, and by a tightening of controls over domestic media and the Internet,Catherine Baber, deputy Asia-Pacific director of Amnesty...
  • Daniel Vettori in CricInfo.com
    We have come here to win the series, and we have done this, after starting disappointingly,Daniel Vettori, the New Zealand captain, said. "We would have loved to make it 3-0 but a win is a win."

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