apologetically

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"That's what they got over the telephone," said Scottie apologetically.

"I thought I'd come back and tell you," said Bob Lewis, apologetically.

"I kinda fergot it wasn't nothin' but a pitcher," he stammered, apologetically.

"I'll just lay all this gorgeousness aside," said he apologetically.

"It's too hot to do much of anything," he said apologetically.

"Don't mind my talkin' foolishness," he said, apologetically.

"I only wanted to make sure that I was right," she said, apologetically.

“It did roll onto the floor that time,” said Mr. Critz apologetically.

"My headstrong husband doesn't care for coffee," she confessed, apologetically.

"It's not the season, to be sure," said Scanlan, apologetically.

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