Not two weeks after the pathetically
mishandled coup in the Soviet Union collapsed, an article in the Sunday New York Times business section proclaimed: "Now Is the Time to Invest in the Soviets.
A bad version of this character type may not even be shown, such as the off-camera psychiatrist in 1970's "Diary of a Mad Housewife' whose advice to a frustrated woman is portrayed as pathetically
When I saw utterly poor children -- diseased, crippled, naked, and most of all pathetically
hungry boys and girls -- playing in gutters in the filthiest water I had ever seen, it was beyond comprehension.
they have opted to shield Blair, denying that same truth to be heard.
But on the other hand, maybe a mass boycott would curb his pathetically
Yet the reaction of the leading powers has been to stand on the sidelines and pathetically
wring their hands.
Beware of them, there is more to their agenda than simply being weird, weak, and pathetically
nice to everyone in the hope that everyone will be pathetically
Blaming the police is a pathetically
immature response and legally you would not have had a leg to stand on.
THE "problem" I have with the holiday rail service to London for the benefit of PKT (Mail, December 28) is the pathetically
slow time it took to travel 100 miles.
She is either incredibly arrogant or pathetically
Kafka wrote, "How pathetically
scanty my self-knowledge is compared with, say, my knowledge of my room.
Those 100 years have seen triumphs and failures but Herbert Austin himself could never have imagined it would have all ended so pathetically