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“I’m personally sad that two parents would be out to ruin a program, ruin people’s livelihoods because their children didn’t work hard enough or made mistakes,” Clark said.
The sad part is that when talking about this topic, I noticed how hard it actually is for Googlers to get the SEO community to change our ways.
In a blog post, Amazon simply says that “positivity” measures how happy or sad a voice sounds.
“Rather than do a watered-down, sad version of our television show with one person in a 2,000-square-foot set with nobody in the background, let’s just shift it at home,” said Bishop.
This is especially interesting when comparing it to unemployment searches, which is a very sad side effect of the economy shut down.
When you look at the policies being considered or made now, what you think we should watch out for, what might be some sad or difficult downstream effects?
It almost seems like an obvious statement, but the sad part is that I don’t think many people fully get it, or even accept it.
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We can only talk on the phone, but the separation is hard and very sad.
Feeling sad or blue for longer than a week or two can be a sign of depression, a type of mental illness.
The sad end of the mission to King M'Bongo has been narrated in the body of this work.

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