bowing


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In the Eastern church kneeling continues to be a sign of penitence and is far less common than bowing or prostration as signs of deep reverence.
Meanwhile, unaware of the scientific work, Kimura had become intrigued by low-pitched tones that she could hear while doing a certain bowing exercise.
Others noted that bowing to the back of the person in front of you seemed pointless.