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So Geordie though downhearted had another plan, He was nowt else if not a resourceful man.
CONOR McLAUGHLIN insists there is nothing to be downhearted about - but he can't help it.
The manager, left, is refusing to be downhearted, however, and will dust his side down for this weekend's trip to Hearts.
I just hope that the dedicated and respected people at this hospital are not too downhearted while they are under special measures, because as far as I'm concerned you are all brilliant.
When asked, "How much of the time during the past 4 weeks have you felt downhearted or depressed?
The strong negative predictive value shows that people who said they hadn't been downhearted or depressed were highly unlikely to have depression and were unlikely to be underreporting their negative feelings.
I wish the club all the best, and I'd like to say to Bangor fans, don't be downhearted about leaving Farrar Road - instead be optimistic for the future at Nantporth.
The pals watched from the side of the pitch then mingled with the ecstatic Spaniards and downhearted Man United stars.
RORY McIlroy insisted he was not too downhearted after narrowly missing out on his first European Tour win following a play-off defeat to Lin Wen-tang at the UBS Hong Kong Open yesterday.
County boss Dean Holdsworth was not too downhearted after the match.
But they were a strong side while we had a few regulars missing, so we weren't too downhearted.
The recent dreadful weather may have wreaked havoc across the Midlands, but shopkeepers are far from downhearted.