deploration

deploration

(ˌdɛplɔːˈreɪʃən; ˌdiːplɔːˈreɪʃən)
n
(Military) the act of deploring
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Public-sector corruption including nepotism and the embezzlement of public funds, piles of garbage, raw sewage and other environmental issues in Monrovia, transportation and electricity issues, access to and funding of health care for the poor and unemployed, poor education system, the deploration conditions of roads in the country, and unaccountability, are Weah's problems to deal with as President of Liberia.
The Councilآ's resolution reiterated it condemnation and deploration of all acts of piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia, and recognized that the on-going instability in the country is one of the underlying causes of piracy.
NNA - Minister of National Defense, Samir Moqbel, on Tuesday met with the European Union Ambassador to Lebanon, Angelina Eichhorst, who relayed to him "the deploration of the EU of the attacks against the Lebanese army, the civilians, and the refugees in Arsal, especially the abduction of military men and members of security forces." The envoy also voiced EU support for the military institution and the security apparatuses to help overcome this critical juncture jolting the country.
Racine, Esther, Acte I, scene iv, vers 273-82 Dans la scene suivante ou figure une reprise de cette deploration, le motif des << vains ornements >> revient, d'abord dans la bouche d'une jeune Israelite puis dans celle du choeur qui comprend les suivantes d'Esther (dont l'origine juive est egalement tenue secrete) :
Aujourd'hui, on relatera non sans deploration, le cas d'une sympathique initiative qui anime certains fonctionnaires de l'academie a l'egard de l'un de leurs collegues qui part en retraite.
Fede's name also appears in Cretin's Deploration sur la trepas de Jean Ockeghem (1497) and Eloy d'Amerval's Livre de la deablerie (after 1500), although the appearance of Fede's name on these lists significantly postdates his presumed death (Fallows, "Fede, Johannes").
Some poems lurch forward suddenly in time, as in "V: A Choice of Emblems," which begins: "It is as though we were approaching the end of a fiction of espionage / Set in the last Edwardian years." It is especially appropriate, then, that "Lady Melancholia" presides over this section, even the lovely aside into the poem "II: The Paradise of Women." This poem, about several female writers, ends with their inevitable deaths and "The deploration of their mourners--/ Faded August, lingering sunlight all shaded." The dejection seems rooted not in Scotland, but in England, which "mourns offshore, / Foundered in mist and schism still" ("IV: Apotheosis").
Others followed, such as Noel Beda (or Bedier) (La Petite Dyablerie dont Lucifer est le chef), Laurent Desmoulins (Le Cymetiere des malheureux), and Jean Bouchet (La Deploration de l'eglise militante).
La partie centrale de l'essai est consacree a la musique; celle-ci est envisagee par Quignard sous Tangle de l'elegie, de la deploration de la perte.
It is possible that these places have become important only during the official deploration of the grove tradition since the 13th century.