rock bottom rock bottom


  • (n) the absolute bottom


  1. They may not be anywhere near regaining the majority, but Senate Republicans at least have reason to believe that 2008 was their rock bottom.
  2. Ehud Olmert's Moment With poll ratings at rock bottom, Israel's PM could make a grand gesture toward a Middle East breakthrough.
  3. Arroyo's approval ratings have hit rock bottom.


  1. Rwanda resists hasty return to sovereign bond market

    By Jenny Clover KIGALI (Reuters) - Rwanda has no immediate plans to return to the sovereign debt market after a hugely successful debut issue in April even though investors are asking when it will do so, its finance minister said on Friday. The central African country's dollar bond received orders more than eight times the bond's issue size, fetching a yield of 6.875 percent as rock bottom ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

  2. Why the New York Jets Are Headed for Disaster in 2013

    After a 2012 season in which the New York Jets won six games and finished the year 30th in the NFL in total offense, fans of Gang Green no doubt figured the team had hit rock bottom. Unfortunately, it appears that rock bottom will be coming again in 2013. The biggest reason why is the one thing that separates the haves from the have-nots in the NFL, and the playoff teams from the bottom feeders ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  3. Music store owner moving because of downtown violence

    Rock Bottom Music owner Jonathan Karow said downtown crime is the driving force behind moving his store from Broad Street to the Fairway Square shopping center on Washington Road.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Augusta Chronicle

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