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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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So long as he lives to look upon the light of the sun he is in heaviness, and though I go to him I cannot help him.
So long as he lives to look upon the light of the sun, he is in heaviness, and though I go to him I cannot help him; King Agamemnon has made him give up the maiden whom the sons of the Achaeans had awarded him, and he wastes with sorrow for her sake.
But on the game, we went out to win even though we have given the players a lot of intensive training work and there was a lot of heaviness in their legs.
14, 23-29), Jesus was trying to alleviate the heaviness of the hearts of His disciples.
HEAVINESS IN MY HEART Then I remembered that it was Wednesday.
There were statistically significant differences between groups regarding Burden Interview, DASH, edema, EORTC QLQ-30 functional score, EORTC QLQ-30 symptom score and VAS for heaviness. Burden Interview scores of patients at stage 3 lymphedema were significantly higher than patients at other stages.
This plant is to be put up along two villages near the salt pool, to wit, Hargushai and Gasaboi after specialists proposed that the plant should not be too far away from the deposits due to its heaviness in nature.
Simplicity reduces the heaviness in life and makes the human environment better and clean.'
'Including the bag itself, the 72 per cent weight accounts for its heaviness. So as to make things easier, the circular will come into effect in January next year,' he said during a press conference.
Women with pelvic organ prolapse, on the other hand, often have a sense of continual heaviness in the vagina or pelvis.
Summary: The patient was admitted with progressive swelling of his scalp, heaviness, constant headaches and loss of vision in both eyes for the past one year.
Treasury Closing Summary: The yield curve steepened sharply on Tuesday, even as Wall Street took a second consecutive swan dive for the first time in a year amid heaviness in the healthcare and energy sectors.