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H said half of the growth in revenue increases would go to the city’s woeful streets, storm drains, sidewalks and other related physical needs.
Its strength of schedule ranks 78th out of 127 schools, and its only Power Five win was against the woeful Kansas Jayhawks.
Down the long corridors the wind mysteriously whispered, rising in inarticulate moanings and woeful sighs, as of souls in pain.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
You didnt know that I was born under a lucky star despite all my woeful past.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
He put on a woeful face, pushed open the door, and went up to the counter, where the landlord still was.
And yet the latter days of this great-souled man were a woeful tragedy.
The sorrow of his life was his most woeful, disastrous marriage.
Then, released from their imprisonment, the passengers came swarming on deck, and a woeful sight they presented.
The quick, searching eyes of Brampton rested on the clerk, and he took in his woeful condition with the rapidity of his trade.
MRS. VANDERSTEIN'S JEWELSMRS. CHARLES BRYCE
"Red in the mornings and the evenings, Bertha," said poor Caleb with a woeful glance at his employer.

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