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The index was weighed down most by the services counter, which fell by 1.
Shares in Europe were weighed down by weak economic data on the first day of trading of 2015, although the losses were mitigated by increasing expectations of new measures from the European Central Bank to boost the euro zone, Reuters reported on Friday.
The market was also weighed down by the meeting between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Tuesday as they failed to present fresh measures to deal with the European debt problems, brokers said.
Rising yields for Greece's bonds also weighed down the market, causing concerns about the fund raising ability of the Greek government.
Faith Donovan is lady weighed down by emotional baggage--an unhappy childhood, host of poor choices in men leading to dead-end relationships, and two-failed marriages haunt her.
Considered individually, their composition is formulaic, and as a series they are weighed down by overweaning symbolism and lazily signaled mythical intimation.
Owens will try to approach spring training the same as usual, not wanting to be weighed down by expectations.
And that which is there is weighed down by pacing that only the most patient readers will endure.
It almost appears as though some in what Gorman calls "the popular crowd" believe if they can convince all the right people that school districts are bullies, are weighed down by conflicts of interest, and have no incentives to implement the program, school districts will be excluded as approved providers.
The story moves energetically and the script is not weighed down by heavy narrative or theology.
A DOG, which had recently given birth to puppies, was tossed into a river to die, weighed down with a concrete block and a traffic cone.
2 Corinthians 5:17 (Good News Translation) When we get weighed down by the baggage of the past, we can take comfort from the fact that through Christ, it is never too late to start again.