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expand_more Monsieur le Commissaire, en toute honnêteté, je trouve que votre déclaration manque lamentablement de substance.
Je veux en parler au dîner de ce soir, à des gens qui, s'ils sont comme la plupart des Canadiens, sont lamentablement mal informés au sujet du Sénat et de ce qu'on y fait.
(NL) Monsieur le Président, si le rapport a raison de souligner qu'il faut écouter les citoyens, il échoue lamentablement quand il s'agit de proposer des solutions spécifiques.
Exemples d'usage pour « lamentably » en français
EnglishThat is why this is, lamentably, a problem whose solution will take a great deal of time.
EnglishThe work programme, lamentably, perpetuates this general trend.
EnglishThe denunciation exposed then, lamentably maintains today actuality.
EnglishLamentably, this is the fourth year in a row that this has happened.
EnglishCommissioner, in all honesty, I find your statement lamentably insubstantial.
EnglishThat, I believe, is the one important message that is, lamentably, absent from this resolution.
EnglishPredictably, the African Union's response to the coup has been lamentably lacklustre.
EnglishThe IGC, lamentably, did away with this solution.
EnglishThis interpretation is lamentably mistaken.
EnglishThe “honour roll” of countries that had paid their assessments in full was, yet again, lamentably short.
EnglishWe are lamentably lacking initiatives to consolidate the potential and perhaps real growth of the European Union.
EnglishLamentably, because of his lack of access to the country, he was not in a position to assess the extent of these alleged practices.
EnglishThe Commission has responsibility to exercise those powers which it has quite clearly and lamentably failed to exercise up to now.
EnglishHowever it must also be acknowledged that it is lamentably slow and much more needs to be done.
EnglishLamentably, some are calling for measures to combat juvenile violence that contradict due process guarantees.
EnglishAltener II is one of the lamentably few measures which will stop our delegates going to conference in Kyoto completely naked.
EnglishIt can only lead to even more problems, to the formation of even more ghettos, to apartheid and, ultimately and lamentably, to violence.
EnglishThe stunned rigidity associated with the EU Constitution is precisely because of the sort of behaviour of which you have, lamentably, given an example today.
EnglishI intend to speak about that at tonight's dinner to people who, if they are like most Canadians, are lamentably ill-informed about the Senate and what goes on here.
EnglishAlthough Mr Böge also put the case for an increase for culture, the amount of this falls lamentably short of the amount that is desirable as a matter of urgency.
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