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Heavy

An equities market now dominated by sellers, or oversupply, resulting in falling prices. See: Overbought, resistance level, tired.
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It drove through his belt into the lower part of his belly, and his armour rang rattling round him as he fell heavily to the ground.
Ajax struck him in the belt; the spear pierced the lower part of his belly, and he fell heavily to the ground.
A few minutes later, sobbing heavily, the elder woman lay in bed, across her forehead and eyes a wet-pack of towel for easement of the headache she and Saxon tacitly accepted as substitute for the brain-storm.
Sabin leaned heavily upon his stick, and his head drooped lower and lower.
Sabin passed across the marble hall, leaning heavily upon his stick.
I have one great fault to find with Tom, however, which I cannot forgive, and for which I take him heavily to account.
As it was-- As it was, the rain fell heavily, drearily.
Their patroness then shut the door and sat herself down by her drum at an open window; and, the steps being struck by George and stowed under the carriage, away they went, with a great noise of flapping and creaking and straining, and the bright brass knocker, which nobody ever knocked at, knocking one perpetual double knock of its own accord as they jolted heavily along.
Summary: Kabul: Scores of heavily armed Taleban militants killed 13 Afghan soldiers in fierce clashes yesterday .
Summary: Libya's 2012 proposed Budget draws heavily on oil revenues, forecast to reach about $54 billion (e1/441 billion), to compensate for the loss of corporate tax revenues in last year's conflict.
Orascom Construction, the most heavily traded stock, last traded 3.
London, Jan 21 (ANI): Women who drink heavily early in a pregnancy - possibly before they know they are expecting - may be increasing the risk of premature delivery, according to a new study.