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  • Now Beware What you ASK or SAY to me, I MAY be tricking you, I WOULD hate to SEE you BREAK down again, and Leave your Office in Depressed states.

    Think Progress » Iraq: The War To Start All Wars

  • The Faint's Todd Fink and Jacob Thiele -- who as a duo go by the moniker Depressed Buttons -- remix the most immediately catchy song from

    Prefix

  • I find the mood disorder thing to be the one that follows me around - even on my chart here for caregivers it says, "Depressed" at the top of the list - and I go, "No, I take this pill so I am NOT depressed!"

    Helping the hurt, and the magic number: 81

  • Best editor was awarded to Tumelo Ditshego for "Depressed".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Depressed" may sound a bit too raw and clinical in such a veiled and allusive work; more suitable might be the archaic adjective "saturnine," which the OED defines as "sluggish, cold, and gloomy."

    Out of Novemberland

  • "Depressed," Shensu's look of astonishment was, Benden felt, genuine.

    Chronicles of Pern, First Fall

  • "Depressed -- " Shensu's look of astonishment was, Benden felt, genuine.

    First Fall

  • • 'Depressed' Danny Cipriani hopes Australia move will lift mood guardian. co.uk, Sunday 21 February 2010 11.53 GMT

    Sport news, comment and results | guardian.co.uk

  • 'Depressed' John Ibrahim seeks wisdom from artful Roger EVEN a king needs a friendly shoulder to lean on when he gets down in the dumps - and for King of the Cross John Ibrahim it's his old mate, disgraced former cop Roger Rogerson.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • 'Depressed' Angelina Jolie emerges for the first time in months ... but it's all smiles for gorgeous baby Shiloh

    WeSmirch

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