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“Gloom is deeper in Baghdad now than at any time since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in 2003.”
“When one is young and all the world lies before, the conqueror Gloom is short-lived.”
“* an afternoon off at the_infamous_j's cottage: Gloom is a wonderful game.”
“The Gloom is the tale of Carson Kane, a 1940’s industrialist who, by night, takes to the street as an Angel of Vengeance, his two hellfire pistols in his hands.”
“Angels in the gloom / Anne Perry—Angels in the Gloom is a saga of love, hate, obsession, and murder that features an honorable English family - brothers Joseph and Matthew Reavley and their sisters, Judith and Hannah in March 1916.”
“We have been three days, soaking and poaching in the heavyest Rain, that has been known for several Years, and what adds to the Gloom is the Uncertainty in which We remain to this Moment, concerning the Fate of Gates and Burgoigne.”
“And I saw from the porch that looks out from the house called Gloom, "La belle Dame sans Merci" pass riding with her train, who rides in beauty beneath the huntress, heedless of disguise.”
“And by-and-by we came to a house called Gloom, whose gardens slope down with plashing fountains and glimmering banks of flowers into the shadow and stillness of a broad valley, named beneath the hills of Silence, Peace.”
“It doesn't get any better in the Congress where minority leaders John Boehner and Mitch McConnell are known as Gloom and Doom.”
“But if we consider the frequent Reliefs we receive from it, and how often it breaks the Gloom which is apt to depress the Mind and damp our Spirits, with transient unexpected Gleams of Joy, one would take care not to grow too Wise for so great a Pleasure of Life.”
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