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"Sadly, the immortal Jackie Milburn died recently" - Cliff Morgan

"Sadly the American dream is dead." - Donald Trump

"you are yesterday's bouquet so sadly raided" - Charles Bukowski

"Man is sadly retarded by allowable imperfections." - Henry S Haskins

"Sadly, God mentions no crowned nags in Proverbs." - Linda Dillow

"This soldiering thing sadly deadens that very good thing, humanity." - Lew Wallace

"Sadly, one's parameters are constantly narrowed by one's success." - Jeremy Irons

"In a sadly pleasing strain, let the warbling lute complain." - Alexander Pope

"People or stars Regard me sadly, I disappoint them." - Sylvia Plath

"Artistic development is a thing of the past, sadly." - David Coverdale

"You never grow out of high school sadly." - Kate Bosworth

"Sadly, I haven't been doing a lot of kissing lately." - Chloe Sevigny

"The loser, when a game of dice is done, remains behind reviewing every roll sadly, and sadly wiser, and alone." - Dante Alighieri

"To fix our immigration system, we must change our leadership in Washington and we must change it quickly. Sadly, sadly there is no other way." - Donald Trump

"Nobodys perfect. And if you think they are, youre sadly mistaken." - Jonathan Rhys Meyers

"...we are all somehow dreadfully cracked about the head, and sadly need mending." - Ishmael

"Leo, sadly, has Parkinsons, but he used to cook all sorts of dazzling things." - Jilly Cooper

"As the tenor roars his passion, I think sadly of my spreading middle, and his." - Mason Cooley

"But Psyche uplifting her finger said: Sadly this star I mistrust" - Edgar Allan Poe

"but sometimes optimism is the only drug that works. But it's sadly temporary in its effects." - Rachel Caine

"The foolish big boys who fight with their toys are so sadly silly." - Dawud Wharnsby Ali

"We live by encouragement and die without it - slowly, sadly, angrily." - Celeste Holm

"You could give me the past," he said a little sadly. "But Alec is my future." - Cassandra Clare

"Sadly, I really want to be Batman ... and I just never will be." - Virginia Madsen

"Trembling lips, tuned to such grief that they say bright words sadly." - Sydney Thompson Dobell

"For the selfsame heaven That frowns on me looks sadly upon him." - William Shakespeare

"Oh! that a dream so sweet, so long enjoy'd Should be so sadly, cruelly destroy'd!" - Thomas Moore

"They [the English] amuse themselves sadly as in the custom of their country." - Jean Froissart

"but sometimes optimism is the only drug that works. But it's sadly temporary in its effects." - Rachel Caine

"The fact is, both callers and work thicken - the former sadly interfering with the latter." - George Eliot

"It can be said of optimism that while sometimes mistaken, it is never sadly mistaken." - Robert Breault

""More than him has done that," said Antonia sadly, and the girls murmured assent." - Willa Cather

"Sadly, my socks are like snowflakes, no two are exactly alike." - Graham Parker

"The English take their pleasures sadly, after the fashion of their country." - Maximilien de Bethune, Duke of Sully

"Morrissey writes wonderful song titles, but sadly he often forgets to write the song." - Elvis Costello

"Yet, sadly, accidental rudeness occurs alarmingly often. Best to say nothing at all, my dear man." - J K Rowling

"Every man is born an original, but sadly, most men die copies." - Abraham Lincoln

"There's a big difference between poll workers and pole workers. Sadly." - Dana Gould

"I've lived the American Dream, but, sadly, for too many, the American Dream is fading." - Cathy Mcmorris Rodgers

"Sadly, there are more wild horses in holding pens than in the wild." - Willie Nelson

"I'd like to always be romantic in chess. Sadly, this doesn't always work like that." - Mikhail Tal

"I can't say unfortunately but sadly - I've got babies in more than one household." - RZA

"I have a really nice step ladder, sadly, I never knew my real ladder." - Harry Hill

"Sadly, as a songwriter you sooner or later finish developing your musical understanding." - Bent Saether

"It can be said of optimism that while sometimes mistaken, it is never sadly mistaken." - Robert Brault

"What custom hath endeared We part with sadly, tho we prize it not." - Joanna Baillie

"Sadly I roam, Still longing for de old plantation, And for de old folks at home." - Stephen Foster

"The relationship of humans to nature. We are sadly divorced from it." - Neko Case

"Her big heart did not, as is so sadly often the case, inhabit a big bosom." - Dorothy Parker

"Sadly, American teenagers are to a weightless vacuum as seat cushions are to polyurethane foam -" - Marisha Pessl

"I am sadly afraid that I must have done some wicked thing." - Antisthenes

"Leo, sadly, has Parkinson's, but he used to cook all sorts of dazzling things." - Jilly Cooper

"Anyone who thinks my story is anywhere near over is sadly mistaken." - Donald Trump

"The NFL, sadly, has a fatal environmental problem: It kills its workers." - Matt Taibbi

"Somewhat sadly, the survival of many bookstores now depends on selling merchandise other than books." - Julia Glass

"Sadly, it's much easier to create a desert than a forest." - James Lovelock

"Nobody's perfect. And if you think they are, you're sadly mistaken." - Jonathan Rhys Meyers

"I would've loved to have been in a band, but sadly I just wasn't good enough." - Tony Blair

"Some suffer from real misfortunes. Sadly, others only imagine that they do." - Boyd K. Packer

"Sadly, this problem of steroid use is not isolated to baseball." - Jim Sensenbrenner

"I sadly never got to my prom. I was shooting 'The Outsiders.'" - Rob Lowe

"Sadly, I haven't had a brain cell since I had children." - Ali Hewson

"We live by encouragement and die without it - slowly, sadly and angrily." - Celeste Holm

"Of course there are individual racists in America. Sadly that's true. And sadly that will always be true. It's true in this country, it will be true because it's human nature." - Monica Crowley

"To fix our immigration system, we must change our leadership in Washington and we must change it quickly. Sadly, sadly there is no other way. The truth is our immigration system is worse than anybody ever realized." - Donald Trump

"If you think dealing with issues like worthiness and authenticity and vulnerability are not worthwhile because there are more pressing issues, like the bottom line or attendance or standardized test scores, you are sadly, sadly mistaken. It underpins everything." - Brene Brown

"Sadly, man recognises that the ideal, submissive woman he has created for himself is somehow not quite what he wanted." - Eva Figes

"Sadly, I can't say the same for my Father, who is probably in a different place - Hell." - Steve Coogan

"Janie's hip buzzes again. Maybe she'll have to have her whole leg amputated, she thinks sadly. That would really suck." - Lisa McMann

"Canada receives the news of the death of Osama Bin Laden with sober satisfaction. Sadly, others will take his place." - Stephen Harper

"I'm sorry to say so but, sadly, it's true that Bang-ups and Hang-ups can happen to you." - Dr. Seuss

"Janie's hip buzzes again. Maybe she'll have to have her whole leg amputated, she thinks sadly. That would really suck." - Lisa McMann

"Leo could run pretty fast when someone was trying to kill him. Sadly, he"d had a lot of practice." - Rick Riordan

"Published papers may omit important steps and the memory of men of science, even the greatest, is sadly fallible." - John Desmond Bernal

"After reading a paper by a young theoretical scientist, Pauli, shaking his head sadly, commented: That is not even wrong." - Wolfgang Pauli

"Rudolf Valentino looks very much alive and he looks up ladies dresses as they sadly pass him by." - Ray Davies

"The last person one wants to be is themselves. Sadly, that is the best person to be." - Henry Ward Beecher

"I began to learn acceptance, direction, understanding and perception - all elements that had been sadly lacking in my life." - Lou Rawls

"Sadly, it has often been said that my rear is better than my front, so thank you very much indeed." - Anton Du Beke

"Leo could run pretty fast when someone was trying to kill him. Sadly, he'd had a lot of practice." - Rick Riordan

"It should begin much earlier with arts education in the American school system, which is sadly deficient." - Frank Gehry

"There is a bunch of racism in America, and sadly, most of it's on the left side of the aisle." - Rush Limbaugh

"Yet sadly we feel that many of the noisiest are more interested in their indignation than in the injustice." - James Richardson

"I sadly smiling remember that the flower fades to make fruit, the fruit rots to make earth." - Robinson Jeffers

"Sadly, I part from you; Like a clam torn from its shell, I go, and autumn too." - Matsuo Basho

"Sadly the job security of lawyers has been ruined, so they are less willing to defend political defendants." - Shirin Ebadi

"You never get time at Working Title, sadly, to enjoy any film's success, because you're worrying about the next lot." - Eric Fellner

"I was not naturally intellectual, but somebody whose interest had to be whetted, still the case sadly." - Jeremy Irons

"We all deserve to be congratulated, but sadly that would mean there's no one left to do the congratulating." - Sloane Crosley

"By any reasonable criteria, the discipline of economics as a whole, in its present state, is sadly lacking." - Paul Ormerod

"I'm not the most prolific writer in the world, and, sadly, writing a novel involves a lot of effort." - Tibor Fischer

"Sadly, e-mail has triggered the decline of the handwritten note; I have seen its near-disappearance in my lifetime." - Jami Attenberg

"Compared to industry in Europe or Japan, where industry was based on a craft tradition, we are sadly behind." - Arthur Erickson

"There was a time when no difficult subjects were ever aired in the 'Lady', and sadly, life isn't like that." - Rachel Johnson

"Real men are sadly lacking in this world, for when they are put to the test they prove worthless." - Franz Liszt

"We are naturally moral beings, but our environments can enhance - or, sadly, degrade - this innate moral sense." - Paul Bloom

"Sadly, my father died before I graduated, so he didn't see any of the success at all." - Phyllis Logan

"The wisdom of hindsight, so useful to historians and indeed to authors of memoirs, is sadly denied to practicing politicians." - Margaret Thatcher

"I think there's almost nothing that I won't, sadly, do for a laugh. It's a problem, actually." - Casey Wilson

"Change creates fear, and technology creates change. Sadly, most people don't behave very well when they are afraid." - Daniel H Wilson

"There's such good writing now on television and I don't see a lot of great writing on films sadly." - Scott Speedman

"Sadly, in the name of progress, we have polluted the air, water, soil and the food we eat." - Radhanath Swami

"I feel French is very close to Urdu. Both languages are beautiful. Sadly, their beauty is lost in translation." - Amisha Patel

"Home is where I am. Sadly, I don't need a history to be able to exist somewhere." - Sophie Hunger

"Sadly, children's passion for thinking often ends when they encounter a world that seeks to educate them for conformity and obedience only." - Bell Hooks

"They [the English] amuse themselves sadly as in the custom of their country. [Fr., Ils s'amusaient tristement selon la contume de leur pays.]" - Jean Froissart

"Ninety countries still hold on to capital punishment, and, sadly, one of these is the United States, the only Western industrialized country to practice this barbaric punishment." - Antoinette Bosco

"A fellow who cannot throw a flapjack is sadly lacking in the skill one expects to find in a real woodcrafter." - Daniel Carter Beard

"I have voted for the ANC, but I would very sadly not be able to vote for them after the way things have gone," - Desmond Tutu

"The Bostonians take their learning too sadly: culture with them is an accomplishment rather than an atmosphere; their "Hub," as they call it, is the paradise of prigs." - Oscar Wilde

"I've met Bob Dylan's bodyguards, and if Steve Earle thinks he can stand on Bob Dylan's coffee table, he's sadly mistaken," - Townes Van Zandt

"John Le Mesurier wishes it to be known that he conked out on November 15th. He sadly misses family and friends." - John Le Mesurier

"There exists in this country, sadly, a callous, corrupt and corrupting shadow industry that sells and stows violence against its own people through vicious and violent video games." - Wayne LaPierre

"We like to imagine that in history, truth will prevail through sheer persuasive power. Sadly, this is not the case. Truth needs champions..." - Llewellyn Rockwell

"I left him in his wheelchair, staring sadly into the fireplace. I wondered how many times he'd sat here, waiting for heroes that never came back." - Rick Riordan

"Vlad decided that teachers' ideas were a lot like bunches of garlic-intriguing from afar, but up close sadly sickening and, if you weren't careful, DEADLY." - Heather Brewer

"The worst prohibition, it must be said, is a prohibition on thinking - and that, sadly, is what the U.S. government is guilty of today." - Ethan Nadelmann

"Who owns a man, Durnik?" the blond young man asked sadly. "The one who rules him, or the one who pays him?" - David Eddings

"[Growing up in rural Ohio], all of my girlfriends were cheerleaders. I'm more comfortable with straight women. I don't have any lesbian friends, sadly." - Jackie Warner

"Sadly, too much has changed about publishing ... not only does attractiveness matter to agents and editors, but there's no room anymore for a reclusive writer." - Cris Mazza

"I don't think that the world will ever become an unpoliced place, sadly. But I do feel that there is relative freedom on the margins." - Kenneth Goldsmith

"We see a decline of civility, and, sadly, it's often modeled by the very people from whom we have the least right to expect it." - Max De Pree

"The lotus flower is troubled At the sun's resplendent light; With sunken head and sadly She dreamily waits for the night." - Heinrich Heine

"A man of letters is often a man with two natures, - one a book nature, the other a human nature. These often clash sadly." - Edwin Percy Whipple

"I left him in his wheelchair, staring sadly into the fireplace. I wondered how many times he"d sat here, waiting for heroes that never came back." - Rick Riordan

"We cannot but pity the boy who has never fired a gun; he is no more humane, while his education has been sadly neglected." - Henry David Thoreau

"The authentic thing is to follow your heart, your instincts, your emotions. If you located yourself in an idea, your life would be lived very sadly." - Emmet Gowin

"The rights of man as the foundation of just Government had been long understood but the superstructures projected had been sadly defective" - James Madison

"The lotus flower is troubled At the sun's resplendent light; With sunken head and sadly She dreamily waits for the night." - Heinrich Heine

"Find out what your passions are and gauge your limit. Because success requires hard work and perseverance and sadly, not everyone has the two." - Nik Halik

"Women are the bloodthirsty sex," said Ric sadly. "We get the reputation, but it is only because the women stand behind us, and say, Kill it. Squish it." - Patricia Briggs

"Humans are just barely intelligent tool users; Darwinian evolutionary selection stopped when language and tool use converged, leaving the average hairy meme carrier sadly deficient in smarts." - Charles Stross

"In the deepest heart of all of us there is a corner in which the ultimate mystery of things works sadly." - William James

"The proverbial Englishman, we know from old chronicler Froissart, takes his pleasures sadly, and the Englishwoman goes a step further and takes her pleasures in sadness itself." - Jerome K Jerome

"A man of letters is often a man with two natures,-one a book nature, the other a human nature. These often clash sadly." - Edwin Percy Whipple

"I wish there were shortcuts to wisdom and self-knowledge: cuter abysses or three-day spa wilderness experiences. Sadly, it doesn't work that way. I so resent this." - Anne Lamott

"The data is going to indicate sadly that when the Obama administration is over, black people will have lost ground in every single leading economic indicator category.." - Tavis Smiley

"I have always been a softie, and I fight it with every fiber of my being. Sadly, my being's fibers need to hit the gym." - Aisha Tyler

"Better to discuss everything out in the open while you're in love, then if or when the relationship sadly ends. It's called Full Disclosure Before The Fact." - Gene Simmons

"Jack shook his head. "Not one of my many talents, sadly. But if you have a cherry stem I can show you a really cool one." - Kiersten White

"We see a decline of civility, and, sadly, it's often modeled by the very people from whom we have the least right to expect it." - Max De Pree

"I think a lot of little girls like riding, but sadly not that many people live in a place where it's an option." - Christy Turlington

"We are going to repeal the Obama-Clinton defense sequester and we are going to rebuild the military of the United States which is very, sadly, depleted." - Donald Trump

"We need heart. We need a lot of things. But you have to have some basic ability. And sadly, Hillary Clinton doesn't have that." - Donald Trump

"Sadly, anarchy has gotten such a bad name. We don't really see much evidence of it because people associate it with reckless abandon." - Bell Hooks

"Men aging makes them look more authoritative, accomplished, distinguished. Sadly, it's not that way for women, and they will tell you." - Rush Limbaugh

"Sadly, black people disassociate ourselves from the things which make us who we are, identifying them as lesser, or inferior. It's a form of self hate." - Nate Parker

"I wish transphobia, biphobia, homophobia didn't exist, and I wish that's what the show could just be, but sadly that's not the situation around the world." - Ellen Page

"... if anyone thinks they can get an accurate picture of anyplace on the planet by reading news reports, they're sadly mistaken." - Bruce Schneier

"That darksome cave they enter, where they find That cursed man, low sitting on the ground, Musing full sadly in his sullein mind." - Edmund Spenser



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