Back down sentence example

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  • Her breaths came in short gasps, but she refused to back down.
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  • Turning the truck around, he headed back down the drive.
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  • Yancey stopped beside her and looked back down at the house.
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  • A long sigh escaped her lips as she slid back down under the covers.
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  • A few minutes later his deep voice drifted back down the hall as he discussed something with her.
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  • Glancing in the mirror, he straightened his jacket and tucked the tie back down into his vest.
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  • She started to get up so she could lead him to their bedroom, but he tugged her back down to the window seat.
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  • Instantly the hand dropped and he turned back down the trail, speaking over his shoulder.
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  • Wiggling through the small opening, she turned and pulled the sash back down.
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  • As they walked back down the dune, she dragged her hand in a wavy line, trying to obliterate their tracks.
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  • They trekked back down the hallway to the family room and then into a spacious kitchen.
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  • I'll take that back down on my way.
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  • I looked forward to weekends when he'd come back down to Boston and we'd get together.
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  • Silently, he admitted Darian wouldn't back down if an Other crossed his path.
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  • He stopped in her personal zone, too close, but she wasn't about to back down this time.
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  • She'd show him she wasn't afraid to back down in bed or anywhere else.
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  • She plopped back down and shaded her eyes against the light.
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  • We should have asked him if he saw anyone going back down the mountain.
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  • She relaxed, dropped back down on the sofa, and nodded toward the front closet.
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  • The Dark One's fathomless eyes were colder than a winter night, and Gabriel wasn't about to back down this time.
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  • He hesitated, watching as Lori's car head back down the drive.
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  • Carmen sat back down at the table.
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  • I'm going to go back down the road and look.
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  • She lay back down and sighed.
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  • This time, Rhyn didn't back down.
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  • Whatever happened to him over the past few days, he was no longer willing to walk away or back down.
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  • She jabbed him in the chest with each question, unwilling to back down.
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  • He.d never wanted to lose her, and he wasn.t about to back down now.
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  • Dean nodded in agreement and the two skied back down to "The Meadows" to join the others.
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  • She turned away, looking straight ahead, back down the road.
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  • He took one last look and started back down the path.
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  • Donald brought Donnie up to meet me, before the cops dragged him back down here.
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  • When I came back down the trail, Edith was still standing at the bridge.
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  • I'll have Sarah wait until then to come back down.
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  • Then he turned around and sat back down.
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  • She went up to tell Connor what had happened then back down to the drawing room.
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  • She sat back down a safe distance away.
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  • He sat back down and pet her.
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  • Tucking the kid under her coat, Carmen started back down the hill.
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  • If it sank up there, it'd most likely float up to the surface after a few days or a week and then drift back down this way with the tide.
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  • Vinnie started to rise but Winston bounced him back down on the bed.
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  • She conveyed the information to son Randy, told him she loved him and, after ending the conversation, flopped back down on the bed, again covering her head, this time with a pillow.
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  • Dean finally freed the last of the knots and Fred rose, pulling up his pants, staggered a step or two and sat back down.
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  • After a shower and lunch, she decided to go back down to look at the inside of the house.
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  • Riding back down the trail was even more frightening than coming up.
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  • The temperature was going back down and the places that had melted were beginning to refreeze.
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  • He took her hand and led her back down the trail without saying a word.
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  • As they started back down the hill, he finally spoke.
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  • There are a lot of people down here wondering what happened to you... and if you'll ever get back down this way again.
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  • He turned and climbed back down the stairs, obviously disgruntled, but not arguing further.
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  • She took a step closer, waiting for him to back down.
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  • Unlike most men, he didn't back down from her, a reaction that intrigued her.
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  • The woman before him did not back down.
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  • Ed started back down the trail slowly, carefully picking his way.
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  • He finished whatever it was he did and set it back down.
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  • Jessi tried not to look away, unwilling to back down.
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  • Sofi stepped up beside him, unwilling to back down from the vamp that came to see her.
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  • With effort, she released a breath and sat back down.
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  • Half a head shorter than him, the Black God didn't back down for once when Xander strode to him, stopping when his toes clipped Jonny's.
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  • Then, by a resolute if somewhat costly counter-attack delivered from the dominating position which they occupied, the Osmanlis thrust those opposed to them back down the slopes all along the line and could fairly claim to have gained the upper hand.
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  • The stationary wave method regards the vibration in the pipe as due to a series of waves travelling to the end and being there reflected back down the pipe.
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  • 4), and this again, losing its pointed tip in the 17th century, expanded in the 18th into a flap which was sometimes enlarged so as to cover the whole back down to the waist.
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  • Dean tried to keep his voice calm as he pointed out their slow but frightening coast back down the mountain.
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  • Coming back down the path, near where the Daffodils bloom, we found a tiny dead adder, some eight inches long.
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  • baulk winze back down the level has a heavy balk of timber across it, suitable for a belay.
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  • Dr. L.F. Lowenstein OR children run up the bean stalk when you shout GIANT they climb back down and chop the beanstalk down.
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  • bellowed something about a manuscript and told me to sit back down.
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  • The car jumped back and I slammed the brakes on, letting the car gently roll back down to its original position.
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  • I worked the lid off and the ripping sound of hessian against hessian brought the old busybody bustling back down the stall.
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  • Mainly feeling cautious, anxious, a bit strange Slipping back down into sadness - needing to let go again!
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  • contiguous cull, MAFF found some way to back down.
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  • crampon points told me he was coming back down.
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  • Indeed, whenever animal owners challenged the legality of the contiguous cull, MAFF found some way to back down.
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  • dozen miles of hawaii dinner cruise head back down.
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  • emit less infrared upwards than the surface, while cloud bottoms radiate some infrared back down.
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  • So expect some flack, and don't back down!
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  • flake crack to place a runner, then step back down to the ledge.
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  • Every day she saw the goose fluff up her nest, turn the eggs, then settle back down to wait patiently.
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  • freewheel back down the hill.
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  • haul the trains back down to Cobham.
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  • The route back down the Fosse Way was moderately hilly, and added about 4 or 5Km to the official distance.
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  • idealistic notions can come back down to earth.
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  • Again, cloud tops are usually cooler and emit less infrared upwards than the surface, while cloud bottoms radiate some infrared back down.
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  • landmark birthday back Down Under where she's just completed her first tour in seven years.
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  • Having digested and admired the views some more, we headed back down toward St Agatha across more Alpine pastures.
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  • plopped back down into the snow.
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  • When I came back down south I hung up my volleyball shoes and picked up my badminton racket again.
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  • For example, that giant sandworm I mentioned earlier was very impressive as it erupted from the sand and dived back down.
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  • Here I'm starting back down the loose scree toward the track.
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  • slammed the brakes on, letting the car gently roll back down to its original position.
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  • slinker the match we slunk back down to the lounge where coffee was waiting for us... and then they brought on a comedian.
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  • slither back down to the river to find the connection with Goyden Pot.
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  • Now, push the cylinder back down the bell until it feels snug.
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  • soviet government refused to back down.
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  • So after our guide regained the safety of our belay stance he decided that going back down would be a good idea.
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  • straighten arms back down to your sides.
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  • uneventful trip back down the Avon to Bristol.
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  • fairly uneventful trip back down the Avon to Bristol.
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  • taking a deep whiff of the fur, she tossed it back down.
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  • zigzag back down the path to the main road.
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  • Virtues developed on Earth become part of heaven, and then these heavenly virtues come back down to Earth when the ego reincarnates again.
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  • Here I 'm starting back down the loose scree toward the track.
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  • After the match we slunk back down to the lounge where coffee was waiting for us... and then they brought on a comedian.
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  • We, however, must slither back down to the river to find the connection with Goyden Pot.
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  • In response the soviet government refused to back down.
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  • Bend hands up toward the shoulders then straighten arms back down to your sides.
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  • Fairly uneventful trip back down the Avon to Bristol.
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  • Taking a deep whiff of the fur, she tossed it back down.
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  • Turn left down the drive to some houses and then zigzag back down the path to the main road.
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  • She didn’t back down from the argument, even though she knew she was wrong.
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  • Then, they either snuggle back down into mom and dad's bed, or they allow themselves to be rocked back to sleep and placed back into the crib.
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  • If you are moving to a new home or changing daycare providers for your child, wait until things have settled back down into a routine before beginning the potty training process.
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  • Give him time to settle himself back down.
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  • A few months ago you hit a peak balance of $4,200 before knocking it back down -- still no problem, since you were nowhere near you limit, right?
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  • Before letting those hopes soar into the stratosphere, come back down to earth for a moment and consider a few things.
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  • When you're done, just fold it back down and you'll have your traditional coffee table again.
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  • You can't forget about the necessary space behind the chairs so that the guests can comfortably and easily get up from the table and sit back down again.
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  • You can prop up the back and use a daybed as a sitting area in your bedroom or even in your living room, and then you drop the back down so it lays flat, so the daybed can be used like a regular bed.
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  • At almost ski resort you visit there is sure to be a ski lift to take you up the mountain and, if need be, right back down.
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  • If these level stay where they are for long periods, they have a difficult time coming back down.
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  • This shift from the external (what's happening around you) to the internal (my body is fine) will help you relax your fight or flight response back down to normal levels.
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  • Bringing his head out of the anxiety filled clouds and back down to the reality of first dates and their fears surrounding them may be a big comfort.
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  • You can be strong if you are able to show your friends that you won't back down.
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  • Anyone who has done anything of great challenge won't want to just race back down the hill, but instead savor the moment before it passes.
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  • You might find that the person may back down even quicker than you had hoped.
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  • While on a flight out of Bogota, Lovato got out of her seat, punched Welch in the eye, and sat back down.
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  • The Affenpinscer is bold and will not back down from perceived danger.
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  • Lynne later went on to produce the Tom Petty solo albums Full Moon Fever, Into the Great Wide Open, and Highway Companion and co-wrote the hits I Won't Back Down and Runnin' Down a Dream.
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  • In winter, reverse the blades and force the rising warm air coming from your HVAC system back down to the lower half of the room.
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  • You may need to take it back down to correct some of your original cuts - this is normal.
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  • Then bring A up through the loop between the collar and the tie, and back down.
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  • The only means of escape is to either break the pull off or to try to move it back down the track.
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  • Flip them back down when the sun is in your eyes again.
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  • When it's back to looking at the road again, flip them back down.
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  • The additional depth of the lenses allowed pilots to look up at what was ahead, and back down again at the airplane operation panels without having to refocus.
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  • You can get extra money when selling a car as well, if you strip it back down to the stock parts before doing so.
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  • Barolo is a big, spicy, highly tannic red wine that could make John Wayne back down.
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  • Next, rotate the iron so that the looped hair faces back down.
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  • Fold the paper back down and line it up with the crease you made halfway through the piece of paper.
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  • Fold the point back down to meet the bottom of the napkin.
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  • Take the two ends from your loops and bull them over the cross in your knot and back down towards the ground.
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  • Food is forced around the blades and up and around the curved part of the bullet, which then pushes it back down.
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  • Keep an open mind, but don't back down on things that are important to you.
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  • Well, after Christmas there suddenly was a surplus of these toys, bringing prices back down to a reasonable amount and vanquishing the enigma that the toys seem to harbor when they weren't in your child's closet.
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  • The sand scrapes against your skin as you adjust your position and lay back down.
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  • Every time the attendant had flashed his lights, the would-be killer had shrunk back down behind the seat to avoid being seen.
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  • Some eagles defend their territory by fighting in mid-air, refusing to back down when invaders approach.
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  • Slide the end of the wire back down under the last couple of beads, pulling snugly.
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  • Loop the wire around the clasp and back down through the crimp bead and the last couple of beads you strung.
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  • Lower back down and repeat, making sure that your shoulders don't leave the floor during the movement.
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  • Slowly lower the dumbbells back down toward your chest.
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  • Continue back down until your arms are parallel to the floor, and then repeat.
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  • "Chew" with your mouth closed for a second before bringing your head back down and repeating the movement.
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  • Negative training - You're a lot stronger in the negative phase of the rep, i.e. the part where you control the weight on its way back down in a bicep curl.
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  • Rolling up and rolling back down should be done in a slow, controlled manner for maximum effect.
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  • In a controlled manner, lift your body up off the ground and then bring it slowly back down to the ground.
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  • Stand still and alternate a marching type of movement by lifting one knee up to waist height, then bring it back down and pick up the other knee.
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  • Lift both arms from the sides of your body toward ceiling and then back down.
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  • Next, look straight ahead and lift both arms toward the ceiling and then back down toward the floor.
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  • Lower the weights slowly back down to your chest.
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  • Lift the weights up to your shoulders and then press them directly above your head; lower them slowly back down to shoulder height.
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  • This lowers your risk of injury and brings your heart rate up and back down in a safe manner.
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  • When you've reached a full squat position with your knees bent at a 90-degree angle, reverse the movement and stand while curling your forearms back down to your sides.
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  • Using your abdominal muscles, lift through the chest until you feel a contraction in your abs, and then lower yourself back down.
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  • Brigham and Women's advises doing so within the first five seconds of rest, before your heart rate begins to drop back down.
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  • Lower the weight back down to your chest and return your hands to their original position on the top of the handle.
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  • Go make yourself a cup of hot chocolate and sit back down.
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  • Those will take even the cutest cotton flannel piece right back down to the levels of the traditionally unappealing long, dark, plaid nightgowns.
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  • An interesting fact to note is that in the 1999 film, Okawara brought the monster's size back down to 267 feet - not quite back to the original height from the 1950s, but at least true to the 1980s version of the beast.
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  • She ran her fingers up his arm and back down.
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