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Meanings and phrases
- English physician who first described Down's syndrome (1828-1896); John L. H. Down
- being or moving lower in position or less in some value
- becoming progressively lower
- understood perfectly; down pat; mastered
- lower than previously; depressed
- extending or moving from a higher to a lower place; downward
- being put out by a strikeout
- not functioning (temporarily or permanently)
- filled with melancholy and despondency; gloomy; grim; blue; depressed; dispirited; downcast; downhearted; down in the mouth; low; low-spirited
- spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position; downwards; downward; downwardly
- away from a more central or a more northerly place
- paid in cash at time of purchase
- from an earlier time
- to a lower intensity
- in an inactive or inoperative state
- soft fine feathers; down feather
- (American football) a complete play to advance the football
- (usually plural) a rolling treeless highland with little soil
- fine soft dense hair (as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs); pile
- drink down entirely; toss off; pop; bolt down; belt down; pour down; drink down; kill
- eat immoderately; devour; consume; go through
- bring down or defeat (an opponent)
- shoot at and force to come down; shoot down; land
- cause to come or go down; knock down; cut down; push down; pull down
- improve or perfect by pruning or polishing; polish; refine; fine-tune
- a native or resident of Maine; Mainer
- a congenital disorder caused by having an extra 21st chromosome; results in a flat face and short stature and mental retardation; mongolism; mongolianism; Down's syndrome; trisomy 21
Down 's syndrome
- a congenital disorder caused by having an extra 21st chromosome; results in a flat face and short stature and mental retardation; mongolism; mongolianism; Down syndrome; trisomy 21
- British breed of hornless dark-faced domestic sheep; Hampshire
John L. H. Down
- English physician who first described Down's syndrome (1828-1896); Down
- move backwards from a certain position; back up; back off
- remove oneself from an obligation; chicken out; back off; pull out; bow out
- Gardner then went back down to the minors in 1886.
- On May 24, he was sent back down after 4 appearances.
- Short did not heed the request, and sat back down to play.
- persuade the seller to accept a lower price; beat down
- furnish with battens; batten; secure
- exert a force with a heavy weight; drag down; bear down on; press down on; weigh down
- contract the abdominal muscles during childbirth to ease delivery; overbear
- exert full strength
- pay special attention to
- exert a force or cause a strain upon
- to make a rush at or sudden attack upon, as in battle; charge
- sail towards another vessel, of a ship; bear down upon
- exert a force with a heavy weight; drag down; bear down; press down on; weigh down
- persuade the seller to accept a lower price; bargain down
- shine hard
- dislodge from a position
- go to bed; bunk down
- drink down entirely; toss off; pop; bolt down; pour down; down; drink down; kill
- get stuck while doing something; bog
- cause to slow down or get stuck; bog
- be unable to move further; grind to a halt; get stuck; mire
- cause to get stuck as if in a mire; mire
- be the essential element; reduce; come down
- be cooked until very little liquid is left; reduce; decoct; concentrate
- cook until very little liquid is left; reduce; concentrate
- eat a large amount of food quickly; garbage down; gobble up; shovel in
- drink down entirely; toss off; pop; belt down; pour down; down; drink down; kill
- get into a prostrate position, as in submission; prostrate
- bend one's knee or body, or lower one's head; bow
- heavily burdened with work or cares; loaded down; overburdened; weighed down
- make a mathematical, chemical, or grammatical analysis of; break down into components or essential features; analyze; analyse; dissect; take apart
- make ineffective; crush
- lose control of one's emotions; lose it; snap
- stop operating or functioning; fail; go bad; give way; die; give out; conk out; go; break
- fall apart; crumble; crumple; tumble; collapse
- cause to fall or collapse
- collapse due to fatigue, an illness, or a sudden attack; collapse
- separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts; decompose; break up
- This rigid structure requires energy to break down.
- The craniosuspensory ligament begins to break down.
- A similar process is used to break down proteins.
- move something or somebody to a lower position; lower; take down; let down; get down
- impose something unpleasant; inflict; visit; impose
- cause the downfall of; of rulers; overthrow; subvert; overturn
- cause to be enthusiastic
- cause to come to the ground; land; put down
- cut down on; make a reduction in; reduce; cut down; cut back; trim; trim down; trim back; cut
- Thank you for helping to bring down the #wall."
- As if Ceausescu and company are to bring down imperialism!!
- In some cases, coyotes can bring down prey weighing up to or more.
- reprimand; tell off
- work very hard, like a slave; slave; break one's back; knuckle down
- go to bed; bed down
- burn completely; be consumed or destroyed by fire; burn up; go up
- destroy by fire; burn; fire
- censure severely or angrily; call on the carpet; take to task; rebuke; rag; trounce; reproof; lecture; reprimand; jaw; dress down; scold; chide; berate; bawl out; remonstrate; chew out; chew up; have words; lambaste; lambast
- summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic; raise; conjure; conjure up; invoke; evoke; stir; arouse; bring up; put forward; call forth
- become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation; calm; cool off; chill out; simmer down; settle down; cool it
- make calm or still; calm; quiet; tranquilize; tranquillize; tranquillise; quieten; lull; still
- become quiet or less intensive; lull
- establish or set up a camp; camp
- rush down in big quantities, like a cascade; cascade
- lower someone's spirits; make downhearted; depress; deject; get down; dismay; dispirit; demoralize; demoralise
- suppress; choke off; choke back
- cut down
- repress or suppress (something regarded as undesirable); crack down
- come down; alight
- cease to operate or cause to cease operating; close up; close; fold; shut down
- The last cinema here was close down in the early 1990s.
- Later on that year Fun Pier would close down.
- Many offices were forced to close down.
- move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way; descend; fall; go down
- be the essential element; reduce; boil down
- fall from clouds; precipitate; fall
- get sick; sicken
- criticize or reprimand harshly
- The book has come down to us in two manuscripts only.
- Miss Godfrey, returning, tried to induce her pet to come down.
- "I have a band of my own and I have come down to work for them."
- make cool or cooler; cool; chill
- loose heat; cool; chill
- lose intensity; cool; cool off
- count backwards; before detonating a bomb, for example
- repress or suppress (something regarded as undesirable); clamp down
- cut down on; make a reduction in; reduce; cut back; trim; trim down; trim back; cut; bring down
- intercept (a player); cut out
- cause to come or go down; down; knock down; push down; pull down
- cut with sweeping strokes; as with an ax or machete; slash
- cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow; fell; drop; strike down
- cut with a blade or mower; mow
- He's cut down the tall trees and left the monkeys."
- The latter have cut down exposing bedrock in places.
- Using a bone saw, the sternum is cut down the middle.
- write down hastily; dash off
- in reality; at heart; at bottom; inside; in spite of appearance
- suffer from a disease that kills shoots; die back
- become progressively weaker
- sleep in a convenient place; doss; crash
- soft fine feathers; down
- filled with melancholy and despondency; gloomy; grim; blue; depressed; dispirited; down; downcast; downhearted; low; low-spirited
- understood perfectly; down; mastered
- a partial payment made at the time of purchase; the balance to be paid later; deposit
- a stable quark with an electric charge of -1/3 and a mass 607 times that of an electron
- on a floor below; downstairs; on a lower floor; below
- In one incident, a boy pushed her down the stairs.
- Soni interferes and ends up falling down the stairs.
- And back home, his mother falls down the stairs.
- the center of a city; civic center; municipal center
- exert a force with a heavy weight; bear down; bear down on; press down on; weigh down
- censure severely or angrily; call on the carpet; take to task; rebuke; rag; trounce; reproof; lecture; reprimand; jaw; call down; scold; chide; berate; bawl out; remonstrate; chew out; chew up; have words; lambaste; lambast
- dress informally and casually; underdress
- a severe scolding; castigation; earful; bawling out; chewing out; upbraiding; going-over
- drink down entirely; toss off; pop; bolt down; belt down; pour down; down; kill
- fall or descend to a lower place or level; sink; drop
- down of the duck
- become smaller or lose substance; dwindle; dwindle away
- flow back or recede; ebb; ebb away; ebb out; ebb off
- lose an upright position suddenly; fall
- fight against or resist strongly; fight; oppose; fight back; defend
- signal to stop
- throw violently; slam
- fall heavily; flump
- flow freely; wash down
- change from a liquid to a solid when cold; freeze; freeze out
- eat a large amount of food quickly; gobble up; shovel in; bolt down
- lower (one's body) as by kneeling
- move something or somebody to a lower position; lower; take down; let down; bring down
- pass through the esophagus as part of eating or drinking; swallow
- alight from (a horse); unhorse; dismount; light; get off
- lower someone's spirits; make downhearted; depress; deject; cast down; dismay; dispirit; demoralize; demoralise
- take the first step or steps in carrying out an action; begin; get; start out; start; set about; set out; commence
- put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc.; write down; set down; put down
- move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way; descend; fall; come down
- go under,; sink; settle; go under
- grow smaller; decline; wane
- be recorded or remembered
- be ingested
- be defeated
- stop operating; crash
- disappear beyond the horizon; set; go under
- This, as expected, did not go down well in Qin.
- The next day, Ben and Chuck go down in the submarine.
- They can only go down, and eventually die out.
- down of the goose
- rule a country as a tyrant; tyrannize; tyrannise
- strike down or shoot down
- passed on, as by inheritance
- with no difficulty; handily
- have (something) mastered
- water with a hose; hose
- sit on one's heels; squat; crouch; scrunch; scrunch up; hunker
- take shelter
- hold stubbornly to a position
- pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals); hunt; run; track down
- Naina is distraught and vows to hunt down Gokul.
- M'Butu commands the trio to hunt down their comrades.
- The ever-persistent fisherman trying to hunt down Sherman.
- write briefly or hurriedly; write a short note of; jot
- place a limit on the number of; number
- manage not to throw up
- put down by force or intimidation; repress; quash; subdue; subjugate; reduce
- open violently; kick in
- prepare for sleep; go to bed; turn in; bed; crawl in; hit the hay; hit the sack; sack out; go to sleep; retire
- cause to come or go down; down; cut down; push down; pull down
- knock down with force; deck; coldcock; dump; floor
- shatter as if by explosion; blast
- work very hard, like a slave; slave; break one's back; buckle down
- institute, enact, or establish; establish; make
- He went on, but saw a bed and lay down to sleep.
- He lay down on his right side and died laughing.
- Many smŗtis lay down rules about performing secret prāyaścittas.
- move something or somebody to a lower position; lower; take down; get down; bring down
- fail to meet the hopes or expectations of; disappoint
- the act of causing something to move to a lower level; lowering
- assume a reclining position; lie
- live so as to annul some previous behavior; unlive
- load with a pack; pack
- heavily burdened with work or cares; bowed down; overburdened; weighed down
- bearing a physically heavy weight or load; burdened; heavy-laden
- reduce the price of
- reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating; melt; run
- kill a large number of people indiscriminately; massacre; slaughter
- succeed in obtaining a position; nail; peg
- make final; put the last touches on; put into final form; finalize; finalise; settle
- define clearly; pin down; peg down; narrow down; narrow; specify
- define clearly; pin down; peg down; nail down; narrow; specify
- become more focus on an area of activity or field of study; specialize; specialise; narrow
- decrease gradually or bit by bit; pare
- fasten or secure with a wooden pin; peg
- define clearly; pin down; nail down; narrow down; narrow; specify
- define clearly; peg down; nail down; narrow down; narrow; specify
- attach with or as if with a pin; pin up
- place in a confining or embarrassing position; trap
- become quiet or quieter; quieten; hush; quiet; quiesce; quiet down
- cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place; set down; put down
- drop heavily; plonk down; plump down
- understate the importance or quality of; background; downplay
- drop heavily; plump down; plank down
- set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise; plank; flump; plonk; plop; plunk; plunk down; plump
- drop heavily; plonk down; plank down
- set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise; plank; flump; plonk; plop; plunk; plump down; plump
- drink down entirely; toss off; pop; bolt down; belt down; down; drink down; kill
- press down; depress
- tear down so as to make flat with the ground; level; raze; rase; dismantle; tear down; take down
- cause to come or go down; down; knock down; cut down; push down
- cause to come or go down; down; knock down; cut down; pull down
- cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place; set down; place down
- put in a horizontal position; lay; repose
- cause to come to the ground; land; bring down
- put (an animal) to death; destroy
- leave or unload; drop; drop off; set down; unload; discharge
- make a record of; set down in permanent form; record; enter
- reduce in worth or character, usually verbally; take down; degrade; disgrace; demean
- put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc.; write down; set down; get down
- Tiles cannot swap positions after being put down.
- He helped put down another coup on September 27.
- It was put down by government troops within two weeks.
- become quiet or quieter; quieten; hush; quiet; quiesce; pipe down
- precipitate as rain; rain
- teach by drills and repetition; hammer in; drill in; beat in
- strike or drive against with a heavy impact; ram; pound
- move by degrees in one direction only; ratchet; rachet up
- recite volubly or extravagantly; rattle off; reel off; spiel off; roll off
- be counted out; remain down while the referee counts to ten; take the count
- gather into a huge mass and roll down a mountain, of snow; avalanche
- lower oneself with a rope coiled around the body from a mountainside; rappel; abseil
- express as a round number; round off; round out; round
- wear away; abrade; corrade; abrase; rub off
- manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes; massage; knead
- use up all one's strength and energy and stop working; poop out; peter out; run out; conk out
- trace; check out
- move downward
- injure or kill by running over, as with a vehicle; run over
- examine hastily; scan; skim; rake; glance over
- deplete; exhaust; play out; sap; tire
- pursue until captured
- Tram routes 3, 16, 96 all run down the street.
- A number of gills run down this western side of Ullscarf.
- The British crew denied that they had run down the lifeboat.
- cause to sag; sag
- make smaller; reduce
- reduce proportionally
- suspend temporarily from college or university, in England; rusticate
- put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc.; write down; get down; put down
- reach or come to rest; land
- put or settle into a position
- cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place; put down; place down
- go ashore; disembark; debark
- leave or unload; drop; drop off; put down; unload; discharge
- This sentence set down case law for future claims.
- He attempted to set down on a river bank, but his jet exploded on impact.
- Aristotle set down rules by which knowledge could be discovered by reason.
- settle into a position, usually on a surface or ground; settle
- become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style; settle; root; take root; steady down
- become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation; calm; calm down; cool off; chill out; simmer down; cool it
- Gavurin and Wheeler expressed a desire to settle down.
- Fiske urges Hooker to settle down with Leah.
- In 1861, 160 Jirjaks entered the area of Lop Nur to settle down.
- shoot at and force to come down; down; land
- move quickly and violently; tear; shoot; charge; buck
- thwart the passage of; kill; defeat; vote down; vote out
- El Salvador did not shoot down any Honduran aircraft.
- 457 Squadron managed to shoot down one of the float-planes.
- Greisert was able to close and shoot down one of their number.
- silence or overwhelm by shouting
- rain abundantly; shower
- cease to operate or cause to cease operating; close up; close; fold; close down
- was shut down on September 27, 2011 and SuperPoke!
- The group shut down its operations in August 2014.
- Some platforms, such as Graphicly, have shut down.
- become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation; calm; calm down; cool off; chill out; settle down; cool it
- take a seat; sit
- show to a seat; assign a seat for; seat; sit
- be seated; sit
- The old friends sit down to play chess, but John dozes off.
- They sit down and discuss how things had come to this point.
- No longer feeling alone, the two sit down next to each other.
- give a smooth and glossy appearance; slick; slick down
- give a smooth and glossy appearance; slick; sleek down
- fall or sink heavily; slump; sink
- take off weight; reduce; melt off; lose weight; slim; slenderize; thin
- lose velocity; move more slowly; decelerate; slow; slow up; retard
- become slow or slower; slow; slow up; slack; slacken
- cause to proceed more slowly; slow; slow up
- reduce the speed of; decelerate
- become less tense, rest, or take one's ease; relax; loosen up; unbend; unwind; decompress
- This has led to a movement to slow down the zapper.
- The bomber asked the tanker to slow down.
- Pellinkhof ordered Van Es to slow down to let Huisman pass.
- pour as if from a sluice; sluice
- a decrease in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity; reverse split; reverse stock split
- clean with a sponge, by rubbing; sponge off
- wash with a sponge
- to put down by force or authority; suppress; inhibit; subdue; conquer; curb
- overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring; outstare; outface
- become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style; settle; root; take root; settle down
- give up or retire from a position; leave office; quit; resign
- reduce the level or intensity or size or scope of; de-escalate; weaken
- Jay Inslee that she would step down in January 2014.
- Seven months later ill health forced Hart to step down.
- Martin Schulz had to step down after the coalition talks.
- a formal resignation and renunciation of powers; abdication
- the act of abdicating; abdication
- In 2000, he became Up-Zila Pramukh, stepping down in 2005.
- Yash is stepping down as CEO, in order to enjoy retirement.
- After stepping down LaTorre remained connected to the Mafia.
- declare null and void; make ineffective; cancel
- cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow; fell; drop; cut down
- cause to die, especially suddenly
- get undressed; undress; discase; uncase; unclothe; strip; disrobe; peel
swan 's down
- soft woolen fabric used especially for baby clothes
- down of the swan
- drink large quantities of (liquid, especially alcoholic drink); swill
- move something or somebody to a lower position; lower; let down; get down; bring down
- tear down so as to make flat with the ground; level; raze; rase; dismantle; tear down; pull down
- make a written note of; note
- reduce in worth or character, usually verbally; degrade; disgrace; demean; put down
- in order to make a deal to take down Andrew Forson.
- But will they be enough to take down Singletery?
- bondik tried to take down Twistzz, but he fell.
- belittle through talk
- speak in a condescending manner, as if to a child
- direct and control (the flight of an airplane during landing) via radio
- press down tightly; tamp; pack
- tear down so as to make flat with the ground; level; raze; rase; dismantle; take down; pull down
- complete destruction of a building; razing; leveling; demolishing
- secure with or as if with ropes; tie up; bind; truss
- restrain from independence by an obligation
- deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping; muffle; mute; dull; damp; dampen
- make less strong or intense; soften; moderate; tame
- come or bring (a plane) to a landing
- pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals); hunt; run; hunt down
- Their purpose was to track down and destroy Venom.
- Finally Surajit is able to track down the real culprit.
- They track down his location, but he is nowhere to be found.
- walk on and flatten; trample; tread down
- walk on and flatten; tramp down; trample
- cut down on; make a reduction in; reduce; cut down; cut back; trim; trim back; cut; bring down
- refuse to accept; refuse; reject; pass up; decline
- reject with contempt; reject; spurn; freeze off; scorn; pooh-pooh; disdain
- refuse entrance or membership; reject; turn away; refuse
- take a downward direction
- make lower or quieter; lower; lour
- moving backward and forward along a given course
- alternately upward and downward
- There are free shuttles up and down Skyline Blvd.
- However, in 2015, Hartlett had an up and down season.
- Nengren Temple is built along the up and down of mountains.
- in an inverted manner
- Her wreck was located upside down in October 1919.
- They are recorded to swim upside down occasionally.
- The giant beaker was placed upside down over the cup.
- thwart the passage of; kill; shoot down; defeat; vote out
- vote against; turn thumbs down
- eat food accompanied by lots of liquid; also use metaphorically
- flow freely; flush down
- make less strong or intense
- thin by adding water to
- exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress; tire; wear upon; tire out; wear; weary; jade; wear out; outwear; fag out; fag; fatigue
- deteriorate through use or stress; wear; wear off; wear out; wear thin
- exert a force with a heavy weight; drag down; bear down; bear down on; press down on
- be oppressive or disheartening to; weigh on
- heavily burdened with work or cares; bowed down; loaded down; overburdened
- full of; bearing great weight; heavy
- weight down with a load; burden; burthen; weight
- cut away in small pieces; whittle away; wear away
- eat hastily; wolf
- put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc.; set down; get down; put down
- reduce the estimated value of something; expense; write off
- It has been reported that Galen employed twenty scribes to write down his words.
- It is not possible to write down a single analytical equation that would relate e.g.
- However, it is instructive to write down and solve the Killing vector equations directly.
- Bhakti Thapa laid down his life in the battlefield.
- The gap widened as Dibaba laid down a 1:02.43 split.
- None of the other six submarines was ever laid down.
- He was shot down and badly burned on 28 September.
- The aircraft was shot down, and Anderson was killed.
- The MiGs quickly engaged and shot down two F-4s.
- Michael Bay then turned down the director's position.
- Bachelet also turned down a radio debate with Piñera.
- He had already turned down a number of offers.
- Zoiey later stepped down from her National title.
- Hutchison stepped down as Artistic Director in 1993.
- His life after he stepped down as consul is a blank.
- P.O.G.O UK was closed down on the 21st of May 2013.
- In 1983 its main competitor, "Sounds", closed down.
- In 1933, the Gestapo closed down the Berlin school.
- Reformists also burned down that building in 1575.
- A major fire burned down much of the town in 1819.
- The Buddhist Texts Library was burned down in 1948.
- The park was sold shortly thereafter and torn down.
- The chapel was torn down in the mid-19th-century.
- In 2011 all buildings were completely torn down.
- A pinnace, "Catch", went down with all aboard lost.
- The price went down to $49.99 in November 2015.
- The price of the 1950 Land Cruiser went down to $2187.
- The word Jujutsu can be broken down into two parts.
- The discus technique can be broken down into phases.
- It is an integral model, broken down into steps.
- It was inferiority that broke down his confidence.
- Dissensions arose, and the arrangement broke down.
- One of her two interrogators broke down sobbing.
- It is torture; after she leaves, he breaks down.
- Andy breaks down in tears and flees the church.
- The whole family breaks down especially Simar.
- Hudson said it came down to Lambert and Mortensen.
- Votes came down to Erik's to reveal the tie breaker.
- The vote finally came down to two 'yes' and two 'no.'
- He was re-elected in 2002 and stood down in 2005.
- The Welsh headed home and Henry stood down his army.
- He then held the seat until 1874 when he stood down.
- The videos were later taken down by Camen in 2019.
- Their current website have been taken down as a result.
- It was taken down early after public protest.
- The judgments were handed down on July 15, 1948.
- The determination was handed down on 30 October 2014.
- His father handed down his knowledge of herbs and minerals.
- The villa was passed down through the imperial family.
- Land was passed down from mother to daughter.
- In 1551 it passed down to the Beccarias for a short time.
- In 1886, the western part of the town burnt down.
- He saves her life when the chip van gets burnt down.
- On 31 March 1873 the town almost entirely burnt down.
- From all accounts, Fotomaker brought down the house.
- They had also brought down many infantrymen.
- Cobble Hill was brought down and used to fill in the marshes.
- The winds knocked down trees and blew debris around.
- The tree was knocked down by a truck driver in 1973.
- Two people were knocked down by the vehicles.
- Then Mick the Miller was struck down with distemper.
- In 2016, the Texas law was struck down as unconstitutional.
- Our gallant young president has been struck down in his prime!"
- They then pressurized the LM and settled down to sleep.
- His descendants settled down in Transdanubia.
- They then settled down for their first meal on the surface.
- The Tigers were awarded 15 yards and a first down.
- The teams punted 45 times, sometimes on first down.
- The Sooners did not manage a single first down.
- Later that night, Tembin slowed down on its track.
- These leaves are shed after growth has slowed down.
- This slowed down Cape's work on Lagwagon until 2002.
- But nowadays, the support for Flamurtari has been going down.
- She said she had "cut herself and blood was going down her arms."
- These sediments are deposited on the rock unit that is going down.
- The government suggested shutting down the program.
- Around early 1999, the Carnal line was gradually shutting down.
- Pets user community sued Google/Slide for shutting down SuperPoke!
- The villa was passed down through the imperial family.
- Karlsberg's ownership has been handed down through generations.
- Authority is passed down through a form of apostolic succession.
- The town was burned down during the Mongol invasion.
- The bronze figures were melted down during World War II.
- Twelve of the hotel-casinos closed down during the strike.
- Owen later confides in Katy, and breaking down in her arms.
- annually, breaking down to £18 1s.
- Urease inhibitors prevent the urease enzyme from breaking down the urea.
- The legs should look straight going all the way down.
- Kathy denies and the trio works the way down the stairs.
- 3) Lower interest rates – all the way down to 0 per cent.
- Its western wall was pulled down in the 19th century.
- Goldwater's poor showing pulled down many supporters.
- This tower was pulled down in 1977, and replaced in 1994.
- The remaining walls had to be knocked down due to the damage.
- Little stood down due to the party's historically low polling.
- In between it slowed down due to the Naval Disarmament Treaty.
- The channel closed down when Illrymz resigned.
- The connection is taken down when the "end" button is pressed.
- The divorce decree was handed down when Warmus was eight years old.
- Another 50 tornadoes touched down on this day.
- The USAir plane touched down near the runway threshold.
- The first tornado was an F1 twister that touched down near Earl.
- Grazing land was not available further down the river for some decades.
- A little further down lies the village of Kau and the temple of Kamakshya Mata.
- The further down the diagram, the more expensive (and powerful) the Talents become.
- These scenarios are usually not written down in any detail.
- Official rules for matches were first written down in 1981.
- It was written down in the second half of the 13th century.
- One of his points is getting down the field under kicks.
- The Lions got the ball back and started driving down the field.
- Unless of course, someone has a heart attack running down the field.
- Alleyn is sent down from London to investigate.
- was sent down in a destiny making night.
- He was sent down into the hollows for Operation Hollow Storm.
- The money was great but we turned it down."
- Nehru however turned it down.
- Bacall said at the time: I turned it down because it's just not a part.
- They have beaded skin and stripes running down their bodies.
- There is sometimes a thin, paler stripe running down the back.
- There is often a pale mid-dorsal stripe running down the back.
- She became tired on the way and sat down to cry.
- On January 20, 1970, the two men sat down for lunch.
- The two men sat down and began to play cards.
- But Yoshiie kept shooting down enemy commanders.
- In 2017, Loiko published "Flight" about the shooting down of MH17.
- 85 Squadron, shooting down three Messerschmitt Bf 109s in one action.
- They gallop down the road alongside the track and then swerve across it.
- There is also a smaller beach located down the road from MacDonald Beach.
- And who knows, maybe it has a few surprises up its sleeve down the road."
- Cottonmouth was later tracked down by American Eagle in Arizona.
- Amberley wants the two tracked down.
- The police swiftly tracked down its author, and Joly was arrested.
- On 19 October 1815, Lanyon Quoit fell down in a storm.
- Sakuni fell down on the earth and Duryodhana bore him away.
- He sprang on the witch, and she fell down the stairs and died.
- Tram routes 3, 16, 96 all run down the street.
- Smiling, Douglas walks down the street and off camera.
- In the last sequence, Hinano is walking down the street.
- Bevan openly called for him to stand down in the summer of 1954.
- Mullan chose to stand down and pursued his career as a solicitor.
- Superman holds Batman's body, and orders the soldiers to stand down.
- The price dropped down to $3,995,000 in March 2018.
- Kenny Roberts Jr. dropped down to 11th position.
- The following week it dropped down one to #6.
- Most of this work is done after the sun goes down.
- Magnus goes down to the beach and meets Jennie.
- If energy efficiency goes down, performance is negative.
- He was gunned down in a bar in São Luís, Maranhão, Brazil.
- Fearing any witnesses, the killers gunned down the family.
- Michael kills one of the crooks but is fatally gunned down.
- On 6 November 1975 the last steam train ran down the line.
- But here I am 25 years down the line considering the thing."
- Somewhere down the line, he fell out with his club's management.
- The reverse happened when descending and slowing down.
- If we were speeding up or slowing down, it was by design.
- It really feels like time is slowing down.
- We are just trying to lock down all the ideas for it now."
- he takes down all the men sent by G.J.I who comes in his way.
- After the school closed down all the students transferred to Goroke School.
- After each trick, any exposed face down cards are flipped.
- The patient lies face down on the table.
- Each player bids by placing one card face down on the table.
- In around 1901 they moved down to Mount Gambier.
- On the night of 17 January 1815 they moved down river from Whampoa.
- Ships moved down a canal and were fitted by the various shops they passed.
- Rydal arrives in Knossos and tracks down Chester.
- He tracks down Jesse Coe to Abilene, Texas.
- Jinda tracks down Jeeva, and he stops Jeeva killing Kiran.
- Lower down the river supplies the Dikgatlhong Dam.
- Her blouse got stuck on her way down the river to, also, end her life.
- Grazing land was not available further down the river for some decades.
- In 1984 the G was nearly taken down because of maintenance fees.
- Bacall said at the time: I turned it down because it's just not a part.
- "I had to turn it down because we were in the middle of that development.
- On coming down from Oxford in 1877, he purchased a Coach and Four for £200.
- When they finish training, the group see a falling object coming down to Earth.
- The Syrians maintained a constant fire and left without coming down to the road.
- The work of Fleury only comes down to the year 1414.
- The choice of architecture comes down to one of utility.
- But it soon comes down to a contest between the two lovers.
- The NHL rejected the offer, and talks broke down again.
- In the brutal affair, Broome was down again in the 50th.
- Unfortunately the system breaks down again, this time badly.
- This cliff faces west and looks down upon the Konkan.
- At first he was looked down upon due to his low society status.
- This brings down upon Liuy private investigators, mobsters, and others.
- when turning down a politician looking for an endorsement.
- He is also quoted as turning down the role for being "Sgt.
- Styles and Bobby Roode both turning down offers to join them.
- German machine guns and an anti-tank gun had them pinned down.
- The boat was not taken but it and other boats were pinned down.
- The remnants of both battalions were pinned down in no man's land.
- The fighting bogged down into static trench warfare for the remainder of the war.
- They were forced to abandon several guns which became bogged down in the muddy roads.
- Visibility was near zero and rescue vehicles became bogged down in the drifting sands.
- On third down Staubach was rushed, but was never hit.
- On third down, Hicks was sacked by E.J.
- What happened on third down has become Dallas Cowboys trivia for years.
- Brett Upson punted on fourth down from the BC 41.
- Two Pike passes fell incomplete, setting up fourth down.
- Maryland punted it away on fourth down with 11 yards to go.
- With the laps closing down, McCoy overtook multiple people to reach third place.
- In April 2008, Ziff Davis announced that "Games for Windows" would be closing down.
- (That station would later switch to Equity's Retro Jams network, before closing down in 2010.)
- Whether they're up or down, they stick to it."
- Without purfling, cracks can spread up or down the top or back.
- Cast - turn outward and dance up or down outside the set, as directed.
- Red Reserve took down Team Kinguin in two close maps.
- With just over a minute left, fer took down electronic.
- TACO took down ISSAA before being traded out by bondik.
- In the last sequence, Hinano is walking down the street.
- He next sees her walking down the street, and follows her.
- He is soon arrested while walking down the street at night.
- There stood an oak, under which he fell after the tree bowed down before him.
- However he realizes what is going on and calms down before anything serious happens.
- In the second group all three pilots saw Sherwood go down before they made their attack.
- Teams had been scaled down from 25 players to 20.
- It was scaled down to 1.6 megatons for the live test.
- The horsepower will be scaled down from .
- Anselmo described the album as: "Very stripped down.
- Allward and appears to be a stripped down Art Deco style.
- The fourth Jung tank engine was stripped down for long-term repair.
- She leaves the building and runs down a busy street.
- She realises through a note he gives her what has happened and runs down to the beach.
- A thin, white stripe runs down the middle of the back from behind the head to the rump.
- The buyer, Hy Steirman, further toned down the content of both magazines.
- This version was shorter, and mainly toned down the amount of musical numbers.
- With the drag queens and strippers toned down, Leon and Scott exchange their vows.