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Tired

Has been strong for a while and will probably fall due to increased supply at current price level (due to e.g. profit taking, technical analysis). Heavy.
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She approached her own logie tiredly. When her hand was on the door, ready to enter and lie down for a while, that's when she saw the shadow of a man who was standing behind her.
That Blitstein pulls off this tiredly self-reflexive conceit with relative panache is due in no small part to the scruffy grace of leads Justin Rice ("Mutual Appreciation") and indie fixture Brendon Sexton III.
It's a state of affairs Bishop James Cowan was tiredly familiar with during his years as the diocese's executive officer.
"And the world's miracle ship tiredly slid to her eternal rest, a moment of hushed silence then a new sound, the screams and stern cries of hundreds and hundreds of human beings struggling desperately in the icy waters.
"Adjacent to the Australian outpost a small building that was under construction has its right ceiling collapsed the gray concrete slumping down tiredly onto the floor beneath.
Merryvale Man turned the handicap hurdle into a procession from the second-last after sole challenger Spuradich flopped over it tiredly before weakening.
They tiredly return following the attack to finally deploy the ramp.
"Who cares?" she said tiredly, leafing through a copy of Herizons while filing her teeth to points.
Tuff Torq has unveiled the first of what is eventually planned as a tiredly of hydraulic products, a dual piston pump initially targeted toward zero-turn radius (ZTR) mowers.
A certain antagonism emerges between Saidian and avant-garde discourse, with the latter somewhat tiredly insisting on its poetic and aesthetic rights NOT to narrate itself in universally comprehensible forms, and the former interpreting texts in order--if not to silence them by substituting the critique for the thing itself, the idea for the poem--at least to supplement them in a way that sometimes eclipses their avowed autonomy.
When she quietly and tiredly refused, the driver got off the bus to get a policeman, who arrested her.