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When asked about the dispute between Israel and the Palestinians, 46 per cent of Americans say they sympathise more with the Israelis, 16 per cent say they sympathise more with the Palestinians and about four-in-ten (38 per cent) either volunteer that their sympathies are with both (5 per cent), neither (14 per cent) or that they do not know (19 per cent).
I also sympathise with Mr Wright that the landlords of many nearby rented properties fail to keep the gardens in reasonable order.
Ratcliffe sympathises with Toshack's plight because he acknowledges that any manager not getting results will be under pressure which is why he would love to see Wales beat Northern Ireland and Azerbaijan.
THE BOTTOM LINE: Having seen Lord Brocket get to grips with the fundamentals of Alex's personality,I can sympathise with George
I also sympathise with Cardiff University's reluctance to grant the Bac a full 120 Ucas points.
And the best way to avoid it is to sympathise with the opposition, he claims.
I also sympathise with the passengers trying to catch the 14.
I wanted to say how much we sympathise with everybody who has been affected by floods.
I think a lot ofWelsh people will sympathise with the devastation that's caused in Christchurch," he said.
I sympathise with Newcastle United, but they only have themselves to blame if their squad isn't strong enough.
Mr Rees Jones said he sympathised with Al Fayed for losing his son but added: "I can't sympathise with him for accusing Prince Philip of murdering Dodi and the princess or me not doing my job properly.
But he added that he did sympathise with Dr Rowan Williams's position.