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the (Great) Depression

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe (Great) Depressionthe (Great) DepressionFAILthe period during the 1930s when there was not much business activity and not many jobs depression
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the (Great) DepressionShe earned up to $ 250 per speech, a handsome sum during the Great Depression.They will be concentrated in the same industries and come on stream as the economy is beginning its recovery from the depression.Besides, labor disgraced itself in the Great Depression.The lowered mood itself increases access to negative memories, serving to maintain the depression.In the very depths of the Depression the owner decided to build a new theater.In the midst of the Depression, none of the Gennaros does anything to support the family.Keynes was intuitively convinced that public works would lift Britain out of the depression.High scores on the depression scale suggest that treatment other than anxiety management might also be considered.
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