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  • Unwieldy dogs and minuscule dogs and long-haired and sleek dogs, snoring Saint Bernards, asthmatic pugs, unfolding shar-peis, and depressed-looking basset hounds - each with devoted fans.

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  • Close with a shot of a depressed-looking American job seeker watching television, and then dialing a phone.

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  • Still regretting Canterbury, Henry wrote a poem empathizing with a depressed-looking lion he had seen in a cage:

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  • With wins also for Middlesbrough – a second in four days for Tony Mowbray – and Barnsley, against increasingly depressed-looking Preston, the Championship is once again looking more congested than the M25 with the flu.

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  • And on each table stands a small identical vase which contains a single identical depressed-looking rose.

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  • All Western Europe was socked in with low, rainy weather, and all we could see from the plane was grey cloud, and from the airport only glistening runways and soggy, depressed-looking Swiss.

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  • But such clusters would need to be something more than the single depressed-looking parade of shopfronts we see in most mid-twentieth century suburbs and estates.

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  • Kent McKibben knew Horton Biggers, the editor, who was a rather desolate and disillusioned person of forty-five, gray, and depressed-looking — a sort of human sponge or barnacle who was only galvanized into seeming interest and cheerfulness by sheer necessity.

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  • The most depressed-looking girl of the bunch stared at Jodi.


  • Patrick nodded to the nice-looking young man standing at the bar with the depressed-looking doorman.

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