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But organisers decided the 55-year-old director had overstepped the mark when he jokingly told the world press that he was a Nazi who sympathised with Hitler.
ANGLESEY MP Albert Owen said while safety was paramount he sympathised with the port.
One man visiting the hospital said he did not smoke, but sympathised with smokers.
Some shoppers in Newcastle city centre yesterday sympathised with Mr Shepherd, but others were critical of his club's handling of transfer deadline day.
DANISH film-maker Lars von Trier has been banned by the Cannes Film Festival for saying that he sympathised with Adolf Hitler.
The delegation met with people and sympathised with them over the losses caused by the calamity.
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.
The Rt Rev Gene Robinson said he sympathised with Archbishop of Canterbury's position, but added that the lack of an invite meant the Lambeth Conference would not benefit from the inclusion of a gay voice.