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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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TIREDNESS is often a feature of our fast-paced modern lives.
"Tiredness - speak to any politician and they will tell you the hours they work.
The spokesperson added that pilots then have little chance of making up for the lost sleep and chronic tiredness. ( ANI )
Dalglish, who has spent more than pounds 100million since returning to manage the club last year, then blamed tiredness following Liverpool's cup exploits.
About 21 percent of pre-school children deal with at least two sleep problems, including difficulty falling asleep, nightmares, repeated night waking or daytime tiredness. Eighteen percent of study participants experienced at least one sleep problem five to seven days per week, the study said, and the most frequent issue was difficulty falling asleep.
However, that wasn't the case and, although he feared tiredness, Blues' winning mentality meant there was never any danger of the tank running on empty.
"I don't believe in tiredness. Players are paid to play a lot of games.
More than half of students have missed lectures through tiredness, with almost 20 % falling asleep in mid-lecture, the survey from hotel chain Travelodge claims.
Make sure you get plenty of rest because tiredness magnifies depressive feelings.
Drivers planning long bank holiday weekend car trips have been warned of the dangers of tiredness on the road.
Healers concocted an elaborate remedy for Aztec rulers who complained of tiredness, according to Robert Bye of the Botanical Garden in Mexico City, They would boil some herbs in water, add some animal blood, and top off the potion with digestive "stones" found in bird gizzards.
Feelings of fatigue and tiredness transcend cultures, genders and locations.