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Swinson, 33, said that it is depressingly common-place to hear women, and even young girls, insulting their own bodies, as fat talk and body-shaming easily become a habit and an expectation.
Even more depressingly, the long-term rate is steadily growing.
But it won't come down to the one thing with which most people seem so depressingly obsessed: who out of Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini wins the mind games.
DAVID JAMES kicked off life in the Championship with a depressingly familiar defeat.
is an 'insight' into the lives of a depressingly mundane family, without the voyeuristic entertainment value of shows like Big Brother.
The latest report from the National Audit Office is all too depressingly familiar.
Offering case studies of the local, national, and international politics of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the text explores the depressingly slow response of governments to this public health crisis, and the related degree to which power relationships, and power disparities and imbalances in particular, have defined the problem.
Flying is an experience the author defines as akin to cattle-car herding, which begins at depressingly generic and chaotic airports and continues through agonizing hours in cramped, sardine-class seats, where the passengers are served skimpy and unidentifiable meals and bombarded with "customer service" that amounts to constant interruptions while trying to sleep or read.
SOFT MEMORIES of East Germany's lost "glories" are depressingly common in today's Germany, a country still cleaning up from the 2003 hurricane of ostalgie--a nostalgia for the travel restrictions, covertly transgendered Olympians, and free health care of the cruelly misnamed German Democratic Republic.
It is a depressingly familiar theme in a depressingly familiar struggle, prompting a depressingly familiar response: These latest horrors should not be allowed to affect the prospects for peace.
This is important, because so much about crime patterns seems depressingly persistent.