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In the meeting with Dunleavy, the woman said, she was tearful and the governor seemed sympathetic, telling her she had done nothing wrong.
Lucia told me, “He was sympathetic that I prefer to read in Spanish.”
Fletcher has had to claw for every advantage he could get on the board with the occasional support of two other sympathetic supervisors with very different political priorities.
Although she wasn’t as harsh as some of her conservative colleagues on the bench, she nonetheless appeared sympathetic to Catholic Social Services.
The last group excluded by the IRS — people who died before the stimulus payment reached them — may not seem sympathetic.
My husband and I are sympathetic, so we always have events with no media on in the background.
With them out, he needed to put people sympathetic to his vision in their place.
POLITICS REPORT: AUDIT DAY AT SANDAGSCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSSEPTEMBER 19, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Perhaps the public will be more sympathetic if there’s, for example, video evidence of police abuse — as there was in 1992 and there is today.
I’m sympathetic to those who see it as overall a net positive gain.
"Tough—but most of us have been there, one time or another," Goodell observed sympathetically; and with that the subject rested.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR

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