I'm very sorry

I'm very sorry   
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"I'm very sorry, Pollyanna, to have been obliged so soon to send you into the kitchen to eat bread and milk."
"I'm very sorry," was all I could say, feeling very penitent and helpless.
"I'm very sorry to hear of this, Miss March," he said, in the kind, quiet tone which sounded very pleasantly to her perturbed spirit.
He's been so long in love, and I'm very sorry for him."
Ant confessed that his condition had put a huge "strain" on his relationship, saying: 'I'm very sorry about the effect it has on partners.'
I'm very sorry for entertaining (the conversation with another person) and it ended up this way,' said Ravena Tuesday in an interview with a group of reporters.
In an attempt to minimise the damage caused by his error, McGrath (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-politics/wp/2013/09/01/bush-spokesman-apologizes-for-sending-statement-on-nelson-mandela/) said : "I just made a very stupid mistake, I'm very sorry about that.
"I'm very sorry for the fans, because 40,000 were here.
But he later tweeted: "I have a deep and abiding love for all people of all nationalities, I'm very sorry that I have said things on here that have caused distress."
In these days when young people get a very bad press, I would like to say a very public thank you and I'm very sorry I did not ask their names.
"I'm very sorry. I'm so sorry," Tina Mae Baker said through tears after turning from a judge to face Johnny Cayton's mother, who also wept during Baker's sentencing hearing in Lane County Circuit Court.