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bleak

(Exposed and barren), adjective bare, barren, blank, cold, deserted, desolate, exposed, unpopulated, waste

bleak

(Not favorable), adjective dark, depressing, dismal, distressing, forbidding, gloomy, grave, grim, joyless, ominous, somber, sombrous, unfavorable

bleak

(Severely simple), adjective austere, cheerless, cold, comfortless, depressing, dismal, dour, drear, dreary, dull, gloomy, grim, joyless, somber, sombrous, uninviting
See also: devoid, jejune
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Professor Blay will bring a wealth of experience to the board, having held the post of general director of the Centre LA@on BA@rard in Lyon, France, since 2014 and secretary of the Oncology Commission of the French Academy of Medicine since 2016.
people todaya will probar blay l not knowo that the British fishing grounds, r both deep water and coastal, were closed during the war.
It was discovered Blay had been admitted to Royal Glamorgan Hospital with severe burns and skin loss to his left hand before being transferred to Morriston Hospital's burns unit," the spokesman added.
No primeiro capitulo, intitulado "O silencio dos dados", Blay apresenta a dificuldade para coletar as informacoes sobre crimes contra mulheres.
Pic could have devoted more screen time to one of these peacekeepers--a Ghanaian woman named Sabina Blay, who has organized a forum for rape victims at a refugee camp in Chad.
Not enough,' says Blay Whitby, an artificial-intelligence expert at the University of Sussex in England.
Blay also interviewed government officials, medical personnel and product merchants, and reviewed public documents and media materials as source material for her dissertation, "Yellow Fever: Skin Bleaching and the Aesthetico-cultural Gendered Politics of Skin Color in Ghana.
In the first contribution, Vicenta Blay Manzanera presents what is commonly known as 'work in progress'.
When the Argentine economy imploded in December 2001, Pablo Blay and Mariana Travacio were facing disaster with their three-year-old business, ByT Argentina Travel & Housing, an online listing of rental apartments in Buenos Aires's posh neighborhoods designed to link largely foreign tenants with landlords.
Cuando la economia argentina colapso en diciembre de 2001, Pablo Blay y Mariana Travacio afrontaron el desastre de su negocio fundado hacia tres anos, ByT Travel & Housing, un listado en linea de apartamentos de alquiler en los barrios de lujo de Buenos Aires.
Owen will replace Tony Blay who has left the society to set up his own furniture business.