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physical discomfort (as mild sickness or depression)

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Our current economic malaise is that of no growth and increasing debt.
She says part of the reason for the UK's economic malaise is because "nobody ever sells anything to anyone anymore".
Despite the ongoing economic malaise, research and analyst firm Gartner says projected IT spending in the EMEA region will reach $1.
9-percent, year-over-year, decline in demand from the Asia-Pacific region, as well as general economic malaise, impaired Lufthansa Cargo's airfreight traffic during the first nine months of 2012, according to reports.
The economic malaise that overcame Europe during the middle of the 15th century was widely attributed in England to foreign merchants who sold their imports then left with the money instead of buying English goods to export.
6% fall in profits to pounds 138 million in the second quarter of 2012, with financial firms taking on less staff as they face up to increased regulation and the economic malaise.
Both of these things have been stunted during the economic malaise of the last few years.
There has been a lot of rumours to that effect, especially in the case of Ireland, but Telefonicaa[euro](tm)s commitment to Europe is unwavering despite the current economic malaise, Alvarez-Pallete told Reuters.
The president's policies have left us with continued high unemployment, difficult fiscal realities, ongoing wars, concerns over civil liberties, and general economic malaise.
Mild winter weather, the European economic malaise and elevated oil prices contributed to a fall in demand growth in the last quarter of 2011, down 300,000 bpd to 89.
The wider economic malaise is placing pressure on household incomes in Egypt and, as predicted last quarter, there has been an impact on TE's overall total number of active subscribers.
Fixing the global economic malaise is not an amateur sport, but the Monday morning quarterbacks are now having their collective moments in the sun.
According to the report, while the domestic auto industry raced to a growth of more than 30 percent during September-October last year, the expectations are muted this time round as demand is slowing down in the auto sector, reflecting and exacerbating the larger economic malaise.
The ruling Democrats' choice of Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda to become prime minister -- the party's third since that historic election -- is uninspired and unlikely to provide the strong and creative leadership Japan needs to recover from the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster or its longer-term economic malaise.
The most recent developments in the US and eurozone add to a climate of general economic malaise across the world.