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heavy

(Burdened), adjective benumbing, careworn, clumsy, dejected, depressed with sorrow, dull, dulled, gloomy, languid, leaden, serious, sluggish, somber, stolid, tempestuous, tiresome, torpid, violent, weary
Associated concepts: heavy burden to fulfill in order to prove a case

heavy

(Important), adjective commanding, eventful, immense, noteworthy, overwhelming, prominent, solemn, vast

heavy

(Onerous), adjective afflictive, burdensome, consequential, critical, cumbersome, difficult, excessive, grave, grievous, hard, imposing, intense, intolerable, notable, oppressive, striking, severe, substantial, trying, unbearable, unpleasant, unwieldy, wearying

heavy

(Ponderous), adjective careful, deliberate, profound, serious, weighty
See also: grave, intense, onerous, oppressive, pedestrian, ponderous, profound, solemn, torpid
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The post Cyprus sees fourth heaviest rainy season since 1901 appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
(Far left) Lexie Watson won the heaviest flatfish competition
The third heaviest fish was taken by Steve Dixon with a cod of 1675g.
The heaviest baby in the country delivered last year was recorded by Hull and East Yorkshire hospitals trust and weighed 15lb 8oz.
Although no North East babies were the heaviest in England, Northumbria Healthcare Trust held the title of delivering the heaviest baby in the region, with one weighing in at 12lb 7oz - or 5,460 grams.
There will be increased police presence along the routes with the heaviest traffic expected: Sofia-Pernik-Blagoevgrad-Kulata, Trakia and Hemus highways, the road Assenovgrad-Simitli-Gotse Delchev and from Kalotina to Sofia.
Calum's tream-mates Gregor Fleming and Steven Welsh, who had the third and fifth heaviest bags, will join him, as will Bob Robertson of the Balfron club whose 11 fish was the second heaviest bag, and Bruce Chisholm of the Tweed Valley club whose nine was the fourth heaviest.
Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show it was also the 11th heaviest newborn at any of the 35 English Hospital Trusts which provided information in response to the request.
The heaviest bangus this year weighed 4.410 kilograms while the longest recorded an official length of 76 centimeters, both of which were entered by Camacho.
The group of nine ringers included father-and-daughter combination Len and Rachel Mitchell, who together rang the tenor bell - which, at just over four tonnes, was the heaviest.
The attempt, in Capital of Culture year, follows on from a peal of Cambridge Surprise Royal rung at the cathedral last year to celebrate Liverpool's 800th anniversary and which was the heaviest 10-bell peal ever rung.