He cares deeply about people.
It’s just a reminder of how deeply irrational we are.
In my early twenties, I was deeply involved in chess.
For those of you leaving, I am profoundly and deeply sorry.
She said: "I deeply regret not only the death of their child.
“We are deeply embarrassed by the situation and have resolved the issue.”
"It is deeply, deeply worrying and suggests serial, institutional failure."
“Instead of saying, ‘Barry, you’re deeply, deeply disturbed,’ I’m saying ‘deeply human.’
There will be a lot to say later, but I can say this: This is a thorough, devastating, deeply credible piece of filmmaking."
These muffins are just the right amount of sweet, lightly spiced and deeply orange, thanks to the addition of ground turmeric.
Levie said he wants Box to deeply integrate with all of those tools to become a default option for content sharing in that ecosystem.
"It's deeply un-American and deeply inconsistent with our constitution," Alan Dershowitz, an attorney who has represented Trump, Jeffrey Epstein, and Harvey Weinstein, told Insider.
But I think on this occasion, John, because there have been such horrendous events that have understandably caused a lot of anxiety, I deeply regret that and so does Jenny and to all those who were affected by the fires especially, we deeply regret it.
Few African leaders have been mourned so deeply at home or as widely on this continent since the era of the deeply flawed but stirring visionaries of Africa's early independence days in the 1950's and 60's -- men like Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana and Patrice Lumumba of the Congo.
"I did apologise for not voting for her and the criticisms I've levelled in the past," she said, adding: "Thank you so much Virginia, thank you from the bottom of my heart and I'm deeply, deeply sorry it's taken a lift home for me to realise that kindness transcends politics."
Kerry Needham, whose son disappeared in Greece 24 years ago, yesterday said she was “deeply, deeply upset” after the official Twitter account to find Madeleine was deleted following claims it had been subjected to abuse by people claiming to be supporters of the campaign to find her son.
But just as le Carré had a deeply conflicted relationship with the reality of spies, so spies have had a deeply conflicted relationship with fiction, sometimes disliking the way it shapes perceptions of their world, but also relishing the mythology it provides both at home and around the world.
Festival chief executive Andrew Comben said: "At once deeply playful and deeply serious, Ali Smith brings a sensibility which perfectly mirrors the ambition of Brighton Festival - a willingness to take imaginative risks, defy genres, push boundaries and celebrate a love of art in all its infinite forms and varieties."
“I believe very deeply that it is up to us to transform this catastrophe into a moment to become — while reflecting deeply on what we have been, and what we should be — better than what we are,” the president said in a nationally televised address, deploying the typically abstract language that has hurt him politically.
The bombastic, permanently dishevelled Johnson, who was elected prime minister by his party only 20 weeks ago after his predecessor, Theresa May, failed to get her Brexit deal through a deeply divided parliament, called the vote to break what he described as the paralysis of a political system broken by the deeply divisive Brexit project.
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The bombastic permanently dishevelled Johnson who was elected prime minister by his party only 20 weeks ago after his predecessor Theresa May failed to get her Brexit deal through a deeply divided parliament called the vote to break what he described as the paralysis of a political system broken by the deeply divisive Brexit project