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(1) Neil sent him a letter of condolence.
(2) And by coincidence, his letter of condolence had arrived.
(3) The liberals regarded sending telegrams of condolence as a polite gesture.
(4) For days the queue to sign the Condolence Book in the embassy lobby had stretched twice around Grosvenor Square.
(5) Messages of condolence began arriving in New Delhi on May 22 from a host of world leaders.
(6) Please accept my condolence on your mother's death.
(7) Please accept my heartfelt condolence.
(8) We made a call of condolence.
(9) He sent a message of condolence.
(10) Emails of condolence appeared on her web page.
(11) The performers in the condolence show are either young singers or middle - aged singers.
(12) After signing a condolence book at Pakistan's embassy in Washington[Sentencedict][sentencedict.com], President Bush offered his sympathy.
(13) Hearty condolence to you may you have strength to bear this great affliction.
(14) You should, however , send a letter of condolence to your father - in - law . "
(15) I felt that no words of condolence availed, and I let him lie there quietly.
(16) Letters and telegrams of condolence streamed in from heads of state, housewives, politicians, millionaires, secretaries.
(17) I'm sorry to hear that. Please accept my condolence . Take time off as necessary.
(18) I was touched, I said something in condolence with him.
(19) And he had confided in Patricia with the subconscious desire of winning from her sympathy and condolence.
(20) Heads of the main voluntary and political groups in the territory brought wreaths of flowers covered with messages of condolence.
(21) Earlier, more than 2,500 people signed a book of condolence within an hour of its opening in Dublin.
(22) It sorted itself naturally into three piles: junk mail, bills and Ya-Ya letters of condolence.
(23) Shocked to learn of your mother death I express heartfelt condolence in your affliction.
(24) Joseph: World leaders have also been sending messages of condolence to the Vatican.
(25) Tomorrow many Canadians will line up at Chinese and consulates to sign the book of condolence.
(26) When F. Scott Fitzgerald heard of the death of Thomas Wolfe, he sent a message of condolence to Maxwell Perkins, their editor at Scribner.
(27) Some situations are delicate and we need to use words that give comfort and condolence.
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