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The best cure for scholarly gloominess is to find new and exciting research questions to answer.
The MNTO has decided to launch a widespread, humorous and unexpected campaign through the whole of Europe to protest against the end of summer and defeat "back to work" gloominess.
Our cities are growing in gloominess, darkness and fear.
In Larcom's adult consciousness, the once unspecific gloominess of mills has achieved a more definite form than her childhood knowledge could provide.
Bush in 2004 faced an avalanche of unfavorable coverage, but 2012 is the first time that the gloominess has applied to both presidential contenders.
Lauderdale, one doesn't need to remember that far back when the corner of the Southport Shopping Center on the 17th Street Causeway was a rundown movie theater basking in grey gloominess.
Meanwhile, a plethora of diagnoses and prescriptions are competing for attention - and in their gloominess.
While making constructive predictions in the current market is not easy, the huge uncertainty and overbearing gloominess makes it all too easy to predict the end of the world as we know it.
In response to this gloominess, Elizabeth Eisenstein, an eminent historian of the printed word, suggested that, on the contrary, the problem of the present is information overload due to the proliferation of new media, making it more and more difficult to derive order and coherence from the multiplying remains of past societies.
In other words, it asserts that even a Modernist poet who is typically interested in timelessness, implicit representation of gloominess, or 'Art for Art's Sake' dictum, may also actively, and even dogmatically, respond to the realistic plights of the world around him/her.
Nevertheless, the gloominess that has pervaded the economy for several years now continues.
His subsequent abandonment of business and commencement of a university career in philosophy was haunted by the ghost of his father, who suffered from depression, and resentful feelings about his mother, who, bathing in the glow of Goethe's presence in her salon, chided her son about his habitual gloominess, taciturn nature, and contrarian ability to cause arguments.