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The clock struck six and, having swept up the hearth, Beth put a pair of slippers down to warm.
The car- penter, who had been a soldier in the Civil War, came into the writer's room and sat down to talk of building a platform for the purpose of raising the bed.
will you get down to brass tacks and strike a trial balance?
He was on the steamer when I went down to Peru to help the Titus Brothers dig the big tunnel.
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.
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.
Murray climbs down to help stop the bleeding, and the game comes to an end on a rather abrupt and sentimental note.
What it all boils down to, however, is an assault on the basic American metropolitan paradigm.
Standard & Poor's Deppositary Receipts (SPDRs) Units down to 44-23/64 on 499,300 shares.
5x debt-to-rolling latest 12-month (LTM) EBITDA, stepping down to 4.
Regardless of the approach you choose, success or failure may well come down to how well your defense executes in third-and-long situations.