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Tragically, Cary did not live to complete the second volume, and in 2000 I began work in earnest on this book.
Her abusive husband tormented their toddler to drive Walters crazy without lifting a finger—and it tragically worked.
Truly, and tragically, this not-so-secret war between Russia and Ukraine is getting crazier all the time.Russia Lies About Invading Ukraine as It Invades Ukraine|Anna Nemtsova|August 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tragically, she developed severe postpartum depression, crippling her with near-psychotic ruminations, anger, and guilt.Postpartum Stigma: Why My Patient Committed Suicide|Jean Kim|August 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tragically, as we deliberate, another day of preventable carnage will come and go.
Did she not owe it to him to let him know that a reward—though such a tragically belated one—had at last come to him?Paths of Judgement|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
The year 1864, which was to close so tragically, opened indeed with extraordinary promise.Immortal Memories|Clement Shorter
That was a disastrous mistake, which was to be tragically avenged some months later.
A tragically large number of professing Christians never were in earnest about mending themselves.Expositions of Holy Scripture|Alexander Maclaren
Don Pedro rolled his eyes about tragically as he told his story, deepening his voice as he went on.Fighting the Sea|Edward A. Rand