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Can anybody tell us why people refer to Mayals as "Gloomy" since year 2003?
"Gloomy," I said, "you would look gloomy if you were a prisoner, and had lost ten thousand dirhems."
Gloomy old Eeyores, who are their own worst enemies, and you can't help feeling sorry for them ... as long as they're content to remain all alone in their gloomy places, where it's rather boggy and sad, munching on their thistles, and grumbling to themselves.
Gloomy predictions abound, but almost everyone agrees the results will be as palatable as a wax-and-cat-hair sandwich.
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For his part, Mr. Harris specializes in making every song into a party—he could have you boogying to "Gloomy Sunday."
Gloomy Goldman Sachs economist Jan Hatzius outlined two scenarios for the U.S.: "a fairly bad one," in which the economy grows at a 1 ½ % - 2% rate through mid-2011 and unemployment rate rises to 10%, and "a very bad one," in which recession returns.
Gloomy global data, combined with the newly passed U.S. deficit-reduction plan, is casting a dim outlook on the economic road ahead.
More Report Paints Gloomy Picture on Growth Economic Plans Unlikely to Deliver Fix Fed's Rosengren Willing to Consider Action if Economy Doesn't Improve Although some consumers and businesses are unable or unwilling to borrow more at any interest rate, several Fed officials believe pushing rates still lower can help on the margin.
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