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  • s  causing or marked by grief or anguish
    her sigh was heartbreaking

  • Told with ruthless psychological realism, in fugal, overlapping plotlines and gorgeous, cinematic panels rich with repeating motifs, Watchmen is a heart-pounding, heartbreaking read .
  • Tzipi's strength to endure, indeed to excel, in what were difficult, often heartbreaking, conditions was a testament to her character.
  • But his victim's heartbreaking life and death should be occasions for mourning, not legislation.
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  • Barack Obama in Chicago Tribune
    May 29: "It is as enraging as it is heartbreaking," Obama says after BP's failed "top kill" attempt at containing the leak, "and we will not relent until this leak is contained, until the waters and shores are cleaned up, and until the people...
  • Kevin Pietersen in Mirror.co.uk
    Pietersen said: "As an England cricketer the Ashes are the pinnacle of the game so I'm absolutely devastated to be missing the rest of this series. To leave a winning dressing room at this time is heartbreaking but it wouldn't be fair to the team or...
  • Carl Nafzger in CNN International
    Heartbreaking, that's what it was,Nafzger said. "We only needed a nose. Curlin ran a hell of a race, but we had Curlin. We should never have let him come back and get us. When you open up a lead and have two lengths of daylight you're...

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