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"There is a pervasive sadness about the loss of community and influence.
There, they feel haunted by a pervasive sadness, as if suddenly aware of loss and mortality.
Yet, despite the pervasive sadness of Katrina, we were at this moment of new possibility.
The anger had seeped out of him, and he was left with a pervasive sadness that lay in his body like a deep bruise.
As Angelica, the affecting Italian soprano Barbara Frittoli sang with impassioned lyricism while conveying this vulnerable young woman's pervasive sadness.
Both decisive and dejected, "Broken Man" communicates a pervasive sadness and an uncertainty about life that cut to the heart of memories and fears generated by Sept. 11.
Overeating Oversleeping Fatigue Extreme sensitivity to rejection Moods that worsen or improve in direct response to events Regular depression, on the other hand, tends to be marked by pervasive sadness.
Issues are imbued with the defining characteristics of Ware's work; a pervasive sadness and nihilism permeate tales of disappointment, thwarted affection, and the dehumanization of the individual in a modern and mechanized world.
Commenting on growing violence at the clinic sites and a pervasive sadness over confrontations at the clinic doors, Karen Swallow Prior, a local spokeswoman for Operation Rescue, said yesterday that the "Spring of Life" protests were suspended "indefinitely."
Mr. Hotter's "Winterreise" and "Prometheus" are important statements; Julius Patzak's "Schone Mullerin," though technically insecure in many places, is a thoroughly engaged and rewarding interpretation, often surprising in its brio (especially toward the end, where one is used to a pervasive sadness and slowness).
After grappling together briefly with sharp growls that turned to sudden laughter, Fafhrd was shaken enough from his current preoccupations by this small surprise to note the look of puzzled and wondrous brooding that instantly replaced the sharp friendly grin on the Mouser's face - a look that was undersurfaced by a pervasive sadness.
The collection that grew out of his grief, The Cost of Seriousness (1978), renders her death in terms both direct and oblique, the pervasive sadness cracked with moments of raw misery, of reckoning, the more piercing for coming from a poet of Porter's cultivation, for whom the label "confessional" would generally be anathema.