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“A dejected-looking Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the India captain, said: "The bowling department needs to step up a bit.”
“A dejected-looking Joseph lies in bed next to Mary under the caption, Poor Joseph.”
“In the wake of the firing, Ms. Cooper's former employees protested, partly by taking out a half-page newspaper ad starring a dejected-looking dog.”
““Sorry about that,” Merriman Smith said to the dejected-looking agents.”
“Per usual, the runways were bursting with hungry, dejected-looking mostly white models.”
“But in the end, a dejected-looking DiPascali was handcuffed and led out of the courtroom.”
““What was that?” he said to a dejected-looking McRoy.”
“A few months ago, after walk-out number two -- the venue was packed when I arrived, and knowing I was doomed to zero visibility, I split before the band even started -- my friends and I encountered a dejected-looking girl asking for directions to the subway.”
“When the final buzzer sounded, the dejected-looking Patriots trotted off the floor.”
“The dejected-looking former officials, including one woman, explain how Shanghai's transformation into a city of glitzy shops and expensive property tempted them to parlay powerful positions into a piece of the action.”
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