DEPR

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AcronymDefinition
DEPRDepression
DEPRDepreciation
DEPRDivision of Epidemiology and Prevention Research
DEPRDivision of Emergency Preparedness and Response (CDC)
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Nothing in life seemed to him of much importance, and under the influence of the depression that possessed him he valued neither his liberty nor his resolution to punish his wife.
From our Revolution to the Civil War, to the Great Depression, to the Civil Rights movement, our people have always mustered the determination to construct from these crises the pillars of our history.
For the rest, Lincolnshire life to Volumnia is a vast blank of overgrown house looking out upon trees, sighing, wringing their hands, bowing their heads, and casting their tears upon the window- panes in monotonous depressions.
A man, I knew, can live through ages of mental depression in that time.
The depressions in the soil are covered with a black, rich loam, on which there is a vigorous vegetation.
Again he felt the all-pervading sense of depression and discomfort.
Such humble furniture as there may once have been and much of the lower weatherboarding, had served as fuel in the camp fires of hunters; as had also, probably, the curbing of an old well, which at the time I write of existed in the form of a rather wide but not very deep depression near by.
From exultation she had passed to the depths of depression which the imagination of her death aroused.
About five miles distant in front, another line of cliff extends, which thus appears completely to encircle the valley; and hence the name of bay is justified, as applied to this grand amphitheatrical depression.
This valley bifurcates to the parallel of the Antilles, and terminates at the mouth by the enormous depression of 9,000 yards.
I was, as the French say, biting my fists with impatience for that cargo frozen up-country; with rage at that canal set fast, at the wintry and deserted aspect of all those ships that seemed to decay in grim depression for want of the open water.
They have both a quadrangular depression in the centre, leaving the rest of the terrace elevated several feet above it.