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“Next week, President Obama is sure to note in his speech to Congress and the Republican presidential candidates that US job growth continues to be anemic in the face of an ever-deepening recession.”
“For Italy to get out of its ever-deepening hole, it needs much lower yields on its debt.”
“But if he relents (and he probably will), then the show remains stuck in an ever-deepening rut.”
“But they were also simply following the relentless logic of the ever-deepening sovereign debt crisis.”
“And the American people had suffered over three years of ever-deepening misery under an President whose temperamental and principled reluctance to take action had begun to look like pig-headed, heartlessness --- they were ready, eager, for a President who would dive in and do anything and everything to help, and while they expected solid results, they were overcome with gratitude and joy at just the effort itself.”
“Earlier today, a man drove a backhoe into the graveyard and thrust the shovel into the earth, piled dirt alongside an ever-deepening hole.”
““The twin swelling heads of Empire and Oligarchy are driving our country into an ever-deepening corporate state, wholly incompatible with democracy and the rule of law.””
“The crunch intensified this year as Europe was thrust into an ever-deepening debt crisis which has made it increasingly difficult for Southern European banks to fund themselves.”
“European stock markets fell on worries of an ever-deepening debt crisis after Spanish government bond yields hit euro-era highs of just under 7%.”
“In recent weeks, however, public and parliamentary patience with austerity and an ever-deepening recession has stretched thin, weakening Mr. Papandreou's authority.”
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