Meanwhile the press in Madrid laments the incultura of the Andalusian peasants.
Then his laments were so violent that the girl was obliged to soothe him in her turn.
He laments his inability to assist them, and dwells on his own embarrassments.
Smith, in his autobiography, laments the mortality among the settlers.
I mean that which laments the loss of beauty and its sacrifice to utility.
She laments it very much, and has had to make a line for herself.
But who laments the unfortunate gendarme who falls in these encounters?
He laments the imbecility in the conduct of the new plantations.
Muoz laments that his learning was not equal to his diligence.
Citeus, son of Lycaon, laments the transformation of his daughter into a bear.