Get-down sentence examples

  • "I think we need to get down there," Wynn said.

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  • We'll get down to the details.

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  • I assure you, I have managed to contact all but three and if I located them I would get down on my knees before them and beg forgiveness, just like I've done with the others .

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  • "You better get down her," Garcia said gruffly.

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  • Destiny had finally reached the point that she would tolerate being held by Lori, but after a few minutes she was ready to get down or go to Alex, Carmen or Jonathan.

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  • If you get down this way, look me up and introduce me, will you?

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  • If about eighty percent of your help left town maybe my nice country inn wouldn't look like Dillinger's hideout and we could get down to business and wrap this up.

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  • Rappelling is just getting there, a way to get down to your base.

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  • So how did he get down to the point where he fell?

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  • Jackson grilled steaks for dinner, and when they were through cleaning up, Elisabeth said, "I better get down there."

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  • Well, if you ever decide to get down my way, drop in and see me.

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  • Of course, what were the odds that she would ever get down to Houston?

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  • Let's get down to business, she said, pulling him to her.

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  • Now, let's get down to this case.

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  • Sackler and Dean, get down there!

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  • cue sheet, but they never get down to doing it.

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  • The roads were flooded, we couldn't get down to the warmth and relative dryness of the plains.

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  • Hear the band and the songs that inspired a legion of kids to pick up a guitar and get down and dirty.

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  • The opening line of the record is, ' Now let's get down to the real nitty-gritty ' .

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  • platoon officer suddenly gave the order to get down into cover.

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  • soppy stuff out of the way, now lets get down to the good bits.

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  • Lets get down to brass tacks; to get in to the place you have 2 options.

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  • Finally, we get down to our first proposition: Proposition 1. On a given straight line to construct an equilateral triangle.

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  • Get your act straight together and get down to the job center as soon as possible and register as unemployed.

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  • wriggled to get down.

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  • Well, Andy Jackson, get down here and clean the mud from my boots.

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  • I longed for my teacher's return; but above all things I wanted to get down from that tree.

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  • Thats all the soppy stuff out of the way, now lets get down to the good bits.

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  • He then urged his fireman James Nightall, to get down and uncouple this wagon from the rest.

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  • I picked him up, he licked my cheek, purred even louder and wriggled to get down.

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  • These are the clothes that you aren't afraid for your little to get down and dirty in!

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  • We recommend that all parents get down at 'crawl level' and explore the room from the vantage of a baby.

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  • Now, that you've worked out these essential details, it's time to get down to the nitty gritty and begin using that baby shower sailboat theme.

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  • Not only will they be able to give you recommendations about what type of lumber to use, but they can give you construction techniques that can be of real use when you get down to sawing and hammering your new creation!

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  • She may get down on all fours and lift her hindquarters into the air with her tail straight up.

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  • Before you get down to the fun stuff, there are a few steps you need to take.

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  • This style is definitely formal, so get down the china and dig out the fine silver.

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  • Before you can get down to deciding what your mud room is actually going to look like, you have to decide on what you will need in your mud room so that is most functional for you.

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  • If you're making a scrapbook layout that features a child's birthday party, don't forget to get down to eye level when taking your photos.

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  • However, when you get down to your subject's level, your photos will instantly become more appealing.

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  • Ok, enough talk, it's time to get down to the fashion nitty-gritty.

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  • I get down I feel like the reason why they don't like me is because I'm too ugly, too fat, too stupid, like I'm never good enough and that's why its my fault that guys don't like me.

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  • A cozy romantic restaurant, an evening stroll in the park, at the beach at sunset, are some of the places where a groom can get down onbended knee.

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  • As you get down to the state specific polls, that margin becomes smaller.

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  • No telling whether or not he will be able to get down to his My Prerogative size, however.

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  • This will help you stay organized once you actually get down to setting up your container garden.

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  • Pick out your favorites and get down to learning how to play them.

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  • Break the glass to get down to them, and then jump up to the opposite side of the room where you came in.

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  • Rebecca told Claudia to get down low, but the next four shots all struck Claudia, once even in the head.

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  • Perhaps the best thing about maternity overalls is that they are quick and easy to get down for emergency bathroom trips.

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  • Depending on your interest, time, skill and budget, you can buy costumes before you go, rent them at the festival itself or get down and dirty with a fun project and make the costume yourself.

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  • Carry a limbo pole with you so you can get down periodically.

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  • Plan a special hike, and once you reach your destination, get down on your knee, pull out the ring, and pop the question.

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  • After she listens to the proposal, get down on one knee and propose.

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  • You can give her the special card and then get down on one knee to ask your question.

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  • When you talk to your child, get down on their level.

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  • Parents need to get down on the floor and actively teach their autistic child the "right" way to play with a toy car or boat.

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  • Now, more gyms are getting on board with a dedicated machine that targets your hips, hams and glutes without the need for you to get down on the ground.

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  • According to the band, it was the easiest of all of the songs on the album to get down.

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  • Hiring a band can get expensive, so if funding is tight, pop in a few favorite CDs and let everyone get down.

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  • Also back from the first two seasons is the popular Mud Bowl, where the girls get down and dirty playing football in the mud.

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  • She agreed and decided to give herself two years to get down to her goal weight of about 150 pounds.

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  • If the owner responds, you can get down to business negotiating, but you may also get your email kicked back.

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