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1(news/circumstance) penoso(news/circumstance) angustianteit was quite distressing to see him like that — daba mucha pena verlo así
- She had a good point about speaking up in a distressing situation.
- The remainder of their stay passed without distressing incidents.
- The decisive No vote among the younger generation was distressing.
- Each snippet of bad news was distressing for Philipp.
- Children can buy alcohol in York with distressing ease.
- Combat is where the most distressing gameplay fault emerges.
- The courageous youngster also suffers from distressing infections caused by saliva getting into his lungs.
- In fact, the most distressing visuals are the sad scenes of refugees who fled the bombing of Kosovo.
- His most distressing experience was the Valley Parade fire.
- Perhaps most distressing are the injuries inflicted on our definitively non-renewable resource: archaeology.
- This has been very distressing for him.
- Mistakes like that shouldn't happen at such a distressing time.
- However, I still cannot understand or rationalise the distressing sequence of events that followed his death.
- It was distressing how quickly her body reacted to Levi.
- I found out the most distressing thing today.
- We have a large number of elderly people in the area and dementia is very distressing.
- Sutton arrived as damaged goods after a distressing season at Chelsea.
- Most patients report recurrence of cancer as more distressing than receiving the initial diagnosis.
- One of the best methods of combating this distressing pattern may be through toll pricing.
- It has been distressing to me that information about spirulina has been largely overlooked.
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