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You look down.
You look blue.
You look depressed.
You look melancholy.
You look gloomy.

(Are they all the same?)

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    Yes, they all mean about the same.

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    Pretty much they all just mean sad.

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    I have to write an essay showing the advantages to online shopping than store shopping. Is an essay doubled spaced?

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