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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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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.
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.
Define the American purpose in Iraq as the transformation of the Arab Middle East into a democratic real estate development, or the seizing of what President Bush tiredly describes as "an historic opportunity to change the world," and failure is the only option.
His long face, albeit abbreviated by corrective surgery, remained lugubrious, and he stumbled his way tiredly through Bob Shrum's phrases.
It's been a conscious, long-term strategy of waiting for the right case, and tiredly, this was it.
The sun began to show behind the mountain peaks, still sleeping tiredly in the morning dusk.
The narrative proceeds tiredly, in the midst of the traditional skirmishes between Pigna and his friend about the crime, among the squabbles and reconciliations punctuated by banal descriptions of their numerous love sessions.
Then we could tiredly stand back and admire the several yards of rising stone wall, and thankfully head in to eat supper.