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down

(Dejected), adjective depressed, despondent, disconsolate, discouraged, downcast, gloomy, glum, somber sorrowful, sullen, unhappy, upset, weary,
Associated concepts: capacity, mental illness, incompetency

down

(Lowest Point), adjective below, beneath, far below, lower, lowest, rock-bottom, under, underneath
Associated concepts: interest rates down, trip and fall, slip and fall
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On a less serious note, here is a hand me down saying from my Grandmother: 'If you can't get down from an elephant you can always get down from a duck.
2008 All-Ireland qualifier: Wexford 2-13 Down 0-12.
Wells Fargo's "Easy-to-Own" program offers low down payment options of just 3% or 5%.
He also said that he hopes that funding Letting Down the Nets from undesignated bequests will not put General Synod in a deficit for 2007.
He supports, for example, a stronger superintendent, and more local control, and would continue to support those concepts even if the council of mayors and the partnership were struck down.
Rounding out the public works sector was river/harbor development, down 1%, highways, down 9%, and bridges, down 16%.
TRYING TO GET ANOTHER FIRST DOWN AFTER YOU HAVE REACHED THE QB-SWEEP-SLIDE POINT.
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Upside down question mark]El retiro del deporte lo hizo dedicarse a los negociso completamente?
In a Texas Comptroller's Decision, an Administrative Law Judge determined that a taxpayer could not reduce its surplus by the amount of pushed-down debt because GAAP did not require the taxpayer's parent corporation to push down the debt and the Texas statute appears to only permit reduction of a taxpayer's surplus by debt belonging to the taxpayer in question, not by debt that belongs to the parent corporation of the taxpayer.
McAnally and Downs (1973) identified three major qualities required of a director of libraries: