Gloominess


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Gloominess

Cimmerians
dwellers in the land beyond Ocean, where the sun never shone. [Gk. Myth.: Odyssey XI:14]
Nilfheim
region of everlasting night and endless cold. [Scand. Myth.: Brewer Dictionary, 642]
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An historical retrospective on the fading of redistribution in recent decades inevitably invites gloominess among those seeking a fairer and more just society.
There's only so much gloominess, bitchiness and violence you can take on Christmas Day - after it, I normally switch the telly on.
In contrast to that gloominess, in the conclusion above I maintained positivity regarding continuing the ancestral path in mental health work by African descent mental health workers.
The Master'') delivering a desaturated color palette accentuating the overall gloominess.
While showing some increase in firms' investment intentions over the past year, albeit starting from a very low level, the overall picture remains one of gloominess and uncertainty (Bank of Canada 2014a).
the latter's gloominess and slinking portentousness, primarily in the first movement (12:42), as adroitly as Kosler did.
But he explained that this was something that kept your head in good shape and counteracted the gloominess everybody gets.
The senator said those responsible for pushing the upcoming generations towards gloominess and defaming the country on international level did not deserve any leniency.
The band fall into the trap of mistaking gloominess for quality.
The band falls into the trap of mistaking gloominess for quality, and the record would benefit from some more real singing instead of sub-Elizabeth Fraser vocalising.
The band fall into the trap of mistaking gloominess for quality, and the record would benefit from some more real singing instead of sub-Elizabeth Fraser vocalising.
Dark rooms are associated with gloominess and poverty.