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downer

Slang
1. a barbiturate, tranquillizer, or narcotic
2. a state of depression
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to review the progress made so far in the negotiations," Downer said.
Downer said they had been trying for a baby and that Tracey had had a positive result from a pregnancy test.
Downer of Sutton shows the original musket and powder horn used by munitions maker Nathaniel Whitmore during the Sutton Minutemen's march.
Koizumi and Machimura also conveyed to Downer Japan's support for Australia's bid to join an East Asian summit, the official said.
When Mr Burke questioned Downer about this she became extremely angry and the two men took hold of him, said Mr Conry.
Downer, Williams, Hansell, Bennett and freshman forward Angie Britton, from Marquett, Mich.
Downer s chief executive officer, Grant Fenn said, It is due to the strength of our relationship with Millmerran Power Partners that Commodore has become our flagship mining project in terms of environmental sustainability.
Responding to a question on his recent visit to Ankara, Downer said Turkish government clearly stated that it favors a solution reunifying the island under a federative structure.
The girl was asked how she managed to get the knife off Downer and she replied: "I just grabbed it out of his hand.
Downer Group said it got two Letters of Award from Adani Mining advising of its plans to enter contracts for the provision of mining services and the construction of mine infrastructure at the Carmichael Coal Mine in the Galilee Basin in Central Queensland.
Shi-Anne's guardian, 35-year-old unemployed Kandyce Downer, of Beckbury Road in Weoley Castle, was charged with murder/allowing or causing the death of a child.
Downer had a previous conviction for carrying out a knife attack on a former partner.