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There are clearly scarier things going on these days then just Halloween, but that’s not going to stop anyone from making regrettable costuming decisions this weekend.

In response to the controversy, the NBA said in a statement that it was “regrettable” that Morey’s tweet offended fans in mainland China, but it also said it values the right of employees to weigh in on “matters important to them.”

The NBA initially issued a statement saying that the league recognized that Morey’s tweet had “deeply offended many of our friends and fans in China, which is regrettable.”

But there is hardly an anatomist or an anthropologist who has not had his say upon this regrettably very incomplete remnant.

The average young wife is regrettably inexperienced in the matter of husbands.

BizarreLawton Mackall

There I found Toté undeniably long-legged and regrettably shy.

The King's MirrorAnthony Hope

Deaths were regrettably few; and resignations could hardly be expected.

I will admit that my ignorance of Rupert Brooke and his genius showed a regrettably uninformed mind.

Over HereHector MacQuarrie

Unlike the ladies in the books, Angela, regrettably enough, did not get a "sheaf of letters" every morning.

Angela's BusinessHenry Sydnor Harrison

Acton was, from her point of view, regrettably contented with his commercial status in the new and crudely vigorous West.

The Greater PowerHarold Bindloss

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