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In fact,' said Mr Milvey, 'since you are so interested in the sister of your old pupil, I may as well tell you that I am going down to marry her.
Now, then, get out of the way if you won't come; I 'm going down," said Tom.
Thus through the livelong day to the going down of the sun we feasted our fill on meat and drink, but when the sun went down and it came on dark, we camped upon the beach.
Aluko, on the other hand, stayed on his feet when West Ham's James Tomkins tapped his ankles and there was enough contact to justify the Hull striker going down.
Summary: The head of the Syndicate of Taxi Drivers, Abdel Amir Najdi voiced his concerns about the weekly rise of gasoline prices while the international oil price is going down.
A few seasons ago, Sir Alex Ferguson acknowledged that Ashley Young was going down too easily and he would talk to him about it.
Poultry products experienced a drop in prices with eggs going down 10%, broiler chicken meat (8%) and broiler chicken live (7%).
He said: "We now have about 40-odd pupils going down to the match aged between 11 and 18 "I was going to go down with friends, but then I started getting knocks on the door from pupils who were wondering if they could go down to the final.
Captain Brian Halsey came up against the Derbyshire men's triples champions and the hosts' ladies champion on Rink 4 and was not disgraced by going down 13-17, with Mo Tuckett and Kath Coutanche bowling very well.
MICHAEL Owen has admitted he was "guilty" of going down for both his World Cup penalties against Argentina when he could have stayed on his feet.
WHETHER we like it or not, players going down easily these days to make sure they get a justified decision is part of the game.
And with fellow strugglers Hereford up next at Victoria Park tomorrow, the central defender says Pools have to get points on the board soon to prevent their escape bid from going down to the wire again.