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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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Who: Topps Tiles Why: The Leicestershire flooring specialist has found 2009 heavy going. It has already announced a drop in sales of 13.5 per cent, and profits are set to fall by more than half, from pounds 29.5million in 2008 to about pounds 13.5m this year.
She was among a group of riders who pulled out at the 28-mile mark, her Vision One Racing team manager Stefan Wyman, saying: "It was heavy going and Nicole just thought the better of it."
The lightly-raced seven-year-old won a three-mile hurdle event two years ago in heavy going, and his recent run suggests he is ready to make his mark over the bigger obstacles.
Harchibald was making his first racecourse appearance since last October and travelled well until tiring in the heavy going before the penultimate flight, eventually finishing a well-beaten last of five.
Contemplating the void can be heavy going, but laughing at the nonsense of life is in a way a profound choice that Kampic deftly encourages us to make.
This was never going to be a walk in the park but we made very heavy going of it.
Parts on residence time, forcing, the carbonate system, water speciation and water-rock reactions are particularly heavy going. Even in the lengthy chapter on waters, too much material is delivered in too limited a space (but be wary because this reviewer works in igneous systems).
It may look like heavy going but it is very readable for clergy and lay alike.
The prose can be heavy going, with many complex, almost Germanic sentences that tax the reader unnecessarily (e.g., 37).
They patrol the streets to make sure that women like Sanaz (a student in Nafisi's class) wear their veils properly, do not wear makeup, do not walk in public with men who are not their fathers, brothers or husbands" The literature Nafisi and her students read offers a nimble vehicle for negotiating terrain that can be heavy going. "Take Lolita.
It is rather heavy going as an initiation to the world of Christopher Dawson, the historian of culture.
Sometimes when he's nodding off and I have to leave him a note about something really heavy going down, I just clip it to a refrigerator magnet and pop it right on to that garage-door opener.