The family is the crucible within which the characters must struggle to come to terms with their past and each other, and one couldn't ask for a bleaker
confluence of circumstances than this family must endure.
In "Hospitals and Asylums," Lindemann contrasts the older, bleaker
story about medieval and early modern hospitals with the newer, more positive revisionist version.
Warning: It ends up bleaker
than an Alan Greenspan rate-hike, but even as you recoil, you chortle at Brandon's come-uppance.
As we round out yet another national election campaign in the United States, renewing our commitment to fighting for GLBT rights in this country, many of our sisters and brothers abroad face a much bleaker
The Economic Planning Agency (EPA) will unveil a bleaker
picture of the economy in its monthly economic report next week, EPA chief Taichi Sakaiya said Friday.
The financial picture at Abitibi-Price was even bleaker
The future could hardly be bleaker
for juveniles who have committed a murder and been sentenced to death, but their past runs a close second.
In my bleaker
moments I seriously wonder whether Theresa May is not a Fifth Columnist, working on behalf of the EU.
And things are looking bleaker
in the playoffs as they will continue to miss Lynda Morales who injured her left foot.
THE chances of more than one Welsh region getting into the Champions Cup next season are looking bleaker
after the Dragons followed the lead of the Ospreys by going down to defeat in Ireland.
The hipster folky style has made way for something cooler, bleaker
, altogether a bit less wholesome.
However, some people experience a much bleaker
time through no fault of their own.
Inflation, a lack of a pay rise and expectations of a pay cut were the top reasons why people were expecting their situation to become bleaker
compared with 2014.
A Nielsen spokeswoman said: "Britons have a bleaker