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Journalists at newspapers across the United States were despondent Tuesday when they learned their parent company would be sold to a hedge fund notorious for gutting newsrooms.
"Yes; she was too genuinely a lady to encourage his suit, then discard him at the last moment," he concluded, despondently.
"Almost the very same thing that you did, monsieur," replied Valentine, despondently.
He thought his uncle looked ill when he said goodbye, and the old man spoke despondently of the failure his life had been.
"I'm havin' a time iv it with Terence," said Mr. Hennessy, despondently.
He despondently reflected that if Fogg and Burkett had agreed again, the combination against him still existed.
But, even as heretofore, he could not find it, and despondently he once more turned his horse to ride back to the waggons.
He looked incredulous, and said despondently, 'I'd rather stay here than go to the prison hospital.'
A WOMAN'S PART IN A REVOLUTIONNATALIE HARRIS HAMMOND
"It is hard for him to marry her, when every throb of his heart is for another," answered Jay Gardiner, despondently.
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And as she lay there, there rose up before her, wearily and despondently, the changes which nine years had brought to Old Place.
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