Our nation, once so famous, is a slave now, who must pay tribute, and has lain in the dust these many years bemoaning her fate."
Why, then, do the Japanese collude with the ' slump ' idea, constantly bemoaning its own failures.
bemoaning what was lost.
Instead of bemoaning having to wear eyeglasses, celebrate!
How many times have you heard a new parent bemoaning the cost of keeping their children in shoes?
Finally, many thanks to George Wright, from Malta, who is still bemoaning England's performance in the cricket.
bleary pundits will be summing things up and bemoaning the fact that no Brits won anything.
Rather than bemoaning the fact that you may need to cut your long hair, embrace the new opportunities that having short hair offers.
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