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downer

and down and downie
1. n. a barbiturate or a tranquilizer. (Drugs.) Too much booze with those downers, and you’re dead.
2. n. a bad drug experience; a down trip. (Drugs.) That stuff you gave me was a real downer.
3. n. a depressing event; a bad situation; a down trip. These cloudy days are always downers.

downie

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Anyone who has seen Mr Downie since Tuesday or knows where he is now is urged to call Merseyside Police on 0151 777 3674 or 101.
Maintaining a good cash balance always helps with raising money, and also allows us in worse times to be able to advance projects," Downie said.
Father Andrew Downie at St Pius X Catholic Church which has had windows broken
It still hasn't sunk in yet, it's the most amazing thing ever," the 22-year-old Downie said.
Downie explained: "There is a race at Kempton the following Saturday and some nice races later next month.
In this role, Downie will based in Aberdeen and will have responsibility for the UK oil and gas sector.
Someone said to me that the term 'waste' should never come after organic - anything organic we could potentially use as a resource," said Mr Downie.
Gareth Downie, aged 33, from Lichfield, who works as a Coachright sports coordinator at Birminghambased Pertemps People Development Group (PPDG) persuaded his wife Louise and brother Carlos to join in on the jump for Brain Tumour UK.
Founded by managing director Andrew Downie in 2002, NetBop currently employs a team of six from its offices in Swansea city centre and provides web design, e-commerce and hosting services to clients throughout the UK.
London, January 24 (ANI): The girl who kissed Prince William during his farewell speech in Australia is a 15-year-old student Victoria Downie.
Downie is churning out a stream of books and articles in favour of the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide.
Knowing the city, the neighborhood, Downie is artful in describing the public monuments, the byways, the physical surroundings of the U.
Part 3 presents an alternative view of palliative care and suggests some changes Randall and Downie think are necessary if this aspect of health care is to fulfill its original intentions.