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  • Mike Memoli reports that at today's briefing White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs called early criticism of Sonia Sotomayor "regrettably predictable.
  • Last night I regrettably wasn't able to attend Proenza, because I was starting to feel like I caught the fashion flu.
  • The barbs being traded between Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his estranged wife are just the latest in a number of regrettably public remarks.
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  • EDITORIAL: Kingston report falls short on race issue
    The wording of a city of Kingston report to the federal government is regrettably inelegant on the matter of Latino-black relations.
    June 13, 2013 - Kingston Daily Freeman
  • Tiger Tailat Theatre Downtown
    TIGER TAIL through June 29 | Theatre Downtown, 2113 N. Orange Ave. | 407-841-0083 | $20 | It’s always difficult to capture the magic of Tennessee Williams. Overplay his Southern Gothic romanticism and the characters are reduced to cartoonish stereotypes; underplay or rush it, and risk ruining the pitch-perfect prose dripping from each word. Regrettably, the new production of ...
    June 11, 2013 - Orlando Weekly
  • Letter: I was there
    Bernard Carey, Naples: Regrettably, this case went unsolved at that time.
    June 11, 2013 - Naples Daily News

  • Orrin Hatch in The Associated Press
    General Kagan regrettably does not meet this standard,Hatch said.
  • Nouri al-Maliki in International Herald Tribune
    The American commander has risked his position when he spoke in this tone and has regrettably complicated relations,al-Maliki told visiting Kuwaiti journalists Thursday. "How can he speak like this about a baseless allegation? What has...
  • Arlen Specter in International Herald Tribune
    This is, regrettably, part of an ongoing process where the federal authorities are not really sensitive to privacy and go far beyond what we have authorized,said Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, the top Republican on the Senate...

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