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di pre sing lee

  • r  in a depressing manner or to a depressing degree

  • These range from the depressingly familiar the time it took them two hours to move one city block to the admiringly audacious one oft-repeated tale involves a guy .
  • The neighbors' tales had a depressingly familiar ring.
  • The language of the moment is Chinese, and the expert advice is depressingly similar.
News & Articles

  • Privacy, please: New technologies could hide your identity online
    You may want to stay anonymous online — that doesn't mean you can. Data crunching has grown so sophisticated and powerful, privacy researchers now warn that tracing identities from a pool of supposedly "anonymized" data is not just a possibility, it's a certainty."It is depressingly hard to try to anonymize data in a way that resists identification by a committed adversary," Arvind Narayanan, a ...
    June 14, 2013 - NBC NEWS

  • Sir Bobby Robson in
    The news about Wayne is depressingly sad,former England boss Robson told BBC Radio Five Live's Sportsweek programme. "Without him we've gone from possible World Cup winners to outsiders. You cannot replace Rooney. I don't think there's...
  • Desmond Tutu in FOXNews
    The fact of the matter is we still depressingly do not respect one another. I have often said black consciousness did not finish the work it set out to do,said Tutu.
  • Prince Charles in AFP
    Due to post-war architectural carelessness, sink estates across Britain were "unloved and relentlessly, depressingly ugly," Charles added.

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