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I thought he was down to earth, but later he turned out to be someone who was down at the heels and down and out.
5 : to or toward the south <We're heading down to Florida.
Sometimes it takes more than one Stand Down to get them off the street,'' Hope said.
NOT LETTING THE CLOCK GO DOWN TO :03 BEFORE AN END-OF-HALF FIELD GOAL ATTEMPT.
It's not as if Joe Terrorist can wander down to the local range and fire off a couple of practice shots.
Murray climbs down to help stop the bleeding, and the game comes to an end on a rather abrupt and sentimental note.