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down in

/at the mouth
Discouraged; sad; dejected.
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When they sit you down in there and explain how the world turns, it does change your life a little bit.
Although Sekou's language often gets bogged down in complex wording when simpler ones would have sufficed, Urban Souls is a strong critical ally of the hip-hop generation.
Picard says CABC would ultimately like to see commercial flights touch down in Cochrane again, but right now he would be satisfied with increase in air traffic of any sort.
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At Twin Towers, those prisoners would be locked down in high-security individual cells.
Add butter and whirl until smooth, scraping down ins of bowl as needed.