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I’d also be remiss not to mention Nicholas Britell’s gorgeous, strings-accompanied score, merged with sounds of wildlife and the whistle of a train, that smoothly oscillates between soothing, melancholic, and menacing.
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Surreal, eye-opening, melancholic, thought-provoking… 2020 has been like no other year in this century so far, as those wearing t-shirts with an “All I want for Christmas is 2021” logo will eagerly confirm.
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By 2018, DeepMind’s AI was already outperforming everyone at CASP, provoking some melancholic feelings among the human researchers.
AI HAS CRACKED A PROBLEM THAT STUMPED BIOLOGISTS FOR 50 YEARS. IT’S A HUGE DEAL.SIGAL SAMUELDECEMBER 3, 2020VOX
The immediate cause of the development of such a melancholic state is always some unfortunate event in the course of life.
ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
Melancholic conditions are frequently found in successive generations of the same family.
ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
In many cases the refusal of food is associated with the patient's melancholic delusions.
ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
His face, now almost serene with a melancholic good nature, contrasted with the somber severity of his companion.
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His keen, thoughtful dark eye marked the nervous and melancholic temperament.
THE MINISTER'S WOOINGHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
By this mild, melancholic, maudlin, mournful Mephistopheles.
MR. PUNCH ON THE CONTINONGVARIOUS
They are a rather melancholic people, and they prefer to feel rather than to argue.
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