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sympathize

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Half of Protestants and 56% of Catholics say they sympathize more with religious leaders on this issue, while about 4 in 10 adults in both groups side with the Obama administration.
As a contribution to the cityscape, it is scaleless, uninviting and completely out of sympathy with its surroundings (though admittedly they are difficult to sympathize with).
Berry's characters, although sometimes lingering too much in their own internal dialogue and with preachy monologues, are still interesting and strongly developed enough to make readers sympathize and care about them.
One could only sympathize with the next Kitri, Colon soloist Silvina Perillo, and not just because Herrera's was such a hard act to follow.
Some environmental groups sympathize with NPS' position.
If you sympathize to any extent with these statements, you share some of the grievances of the patriot movement.
other people's property") I hear our self-righteous angst: Why should we sympathize with beggars when we who give them so much may be the victims of their crimes etc.
We sympathize with you, hoping that the perpetrators are identified and punished,' he said.
Our message is that we sympathize with India, which has also been the victims of terrorism, and we are committed to bringing the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks to justice, and we call on other countries to do the same," said Toner.
In fact, say the ads, addiction is worse than a disease, because people are not inclined to sympathize with addicts, viewing excessive drug use as voluntary behavior rather than a condition requiring medical attention.