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  • The look of brightness attendant upon the thought he was putting into form would, when the utterance was through, suffer a lapse which, for want of strictly definite words, may be described as a sombering of the eyes when they were widest open, a gazing beyond at something else than the opposite speaker; implying that the soul was become mysteriously occupied apart from the mind.

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  • May 13th, 2008 9: 21 pm ET so whats the "sombering" news?

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  • The Democrats are not facing any sombering news as this is a PRIMARY – DEMOCRAT vs DEMOCRATE!

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  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It is definitely a sombering ceremony.

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  • A friend sent me a link to the story Time magazine published on Nigeria's independence in October 1960 and it made fascinating, if sombering reading.

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  • The chief economist of Moody's Economy. com sat down Thursday with a group of reporters and gave a sombering view of what he sees for the U.S. economy.

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  • "I can see 'somber' or 'sobering,' but my spell-checker won't let me use 'sombering,'"

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  • But to the best of Buck's knowledge, there's no such word as "sombering."

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  • The passage read, "U.S. companies slashed nearly 600,000 jobs in January - sombering news that appeared to dim chances for a recovery this year."

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  • A dividend yield of about 2\% is sombering as other attractive companies being taken down by the stock market sell-off sit at yields in excess of 5-6\%.

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