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Dorothy Bennett Dorothy Bennett entered the camp with her newborn baby, Violet in 1942. Her husband Dennis had been shot by the japanese and she became despondent.

The reasons for the failure were obvious, the people were totally despondent after three years of famine, having

Soon after, Portugal's dictatorship was overthrown in the April Revolution, and with it, the endemic despondency that affected small farmers.

Recent work in psychoanalysis, associated in Britain with Pearl king and Peter Hildebrand, and the evidence of the conference itself, show there is a different story to be told - one to inspire hope rather than despondency, and curiosity rather than fear.

The gloom of winter only adds to my despondency.

They are calculated to frustration and despondency far and wide.

"Despondency" was listed as the cause of the suicide, Ellroy wrote in the book.

Fitzpatrick said obvious signs to watch for are lack of sleep, lack of eating, and some level of despondency.

"If this is a glimpse of the future and the pillar of work that was there collapses for more of us, will it be replaced with just despondency or will it be replaced with something like resiliency?" In the Final section, hope and despondency mirror the evanescence of life's treasures and travails as one supplants the other in the poems included under the eponymous sub-theme.

The air of despondency in Zurich contrasts sharply with that in the rest of Europe.

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