because in throwing a protective arm around the Chief Whip, Mr Cameron accommodates the unruly behaviour and by extension, vile sentiments of Mr Mitchell.
She doesn't seem to want to know how or why she is depressing
herself; she refers to this as indulging oneself in meaningless pain and suffering.
There is nothing in the corporate world more depressing
than a stock price that resolutely refuses to move out of the basement.
It is depressing
to tweak my resume to tailor it more exactly to fit the criteria in a help-wanted ad.
Additional restraints on output included the depressing
effects of a strike at a major supplier of industrial equipment and persisting declines in the production of defense and space equipment.
In the near term, concerns emanating from the war, reduced credit availability, and financial fragility were expected to continue to damp consumer and business confidence and, by depressing
private domestic demand, to push manufacturing activity still lower.