Going-down sentence example

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  • I'm going down to get Destiny.
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  • Life in general was going down hill for her then.
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  • How are things going down there?
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  • We're going down to the bar.
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  • It was going down as usual.
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  • I'm going down and get dressed.
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  • He considered going down to the drawing room for a drink, but decided, he too, felt quite weary.
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  • I'm going down to Norfolk Friday to talk to the local police, but so far, there isn't a thing to point to the guy skipping.
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  • I'm going down to Norfolk tomorrow.
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  • Unless his body floats in with a bullet hole in the head or he gets pinched for speeding in Vegas, it's going down as an accident in my report.
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  • I'm going down to see her and try to straighten things out—a quick round trip.
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  • She wasn't going down the path Xander said was hers.
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  • It was late fall, and the sun was already going down.
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  • They consist of a number of circular or rectangular pits sunk from the cap of a hill, and going down to a depth of in some cases as much as 120 ft., until in fact the miners have been stopped by being unable to cope with the quantity of water made when the level of the valley was reached.
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  • Besides the great entrance hall of the cavern, which served as the upper shrine, were descending vaults forming a lower sanctuary going down deep into the bowels of the earth.
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  • Tantalus's betrayal of the secrets of the gods refers to the sun unveiling the secrets of heaven; the slaying of Pelops denotes the going-down of the sun, Pelops meaning the "` gray one," an epithet of the gloomy sky in which the last rays of the sun are extinguished.
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  • The fountain Pirene, "behind the temple," still exists, but so much earth has accumulated about it that one now approaches it by going down a ladder.
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  • On adjusting the gas so that it burns in a thin column, just not roaring, it is extraordinarily sensitive to some particular range of notes, going down and roaring when a note is sounded.
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  • In 1857 duties were still further reduced, the rate on most protected commodities going down to 24 per cent., and remaining at this comparatively low level until the outbreak of the Civil War.
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  • They are narrow shafts going down usually 30 to 50 ft., but some are over 200 ft.
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  • It had to be considered whether this percolation could best be checked by laying a solid wall across the river, going down to 50 or 60 ft.
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  • Some spurious letters bear the name of Severus; also in a MS. at Madrid is a work falsely professing to be an epitome of the Chronica of Severus, and going down to 511.
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  • There it forked, one branch going down the Maeander valley to Magnesia and thence north to Ephesus, a distance of about 90 m., and the other branch crossing the mountains by an easy pass to Philadelphia and the Hermus valley, Sardis, Thyatira and at last Pergamum.
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  • I'm going down to see her and try to straighten things out—a quick round trip.
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  • However umpire Howell rightly adjudges that it was going down leg side.
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  • Once we got the cylinder going down the studs we found the casings required some grinding to allow the piston down!
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  • To add to Britain's troubles Billy Hall suffered concussion going down on a loose ball.
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  • But years of crippling drought, poor wheat yields and a lack of equipment, meant that their incomes were going down and down.
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  • There were drunks going down the Lane yelling Glory Glory Man United rather off-key.
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  • I also enjoyed the dry- slope skiing - it was great to be able to feel myself going down the slope skiing - it was great to be able to feel myself going down the slope.
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  • I was shy going down there with all these massive stars in the same room!
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  • You didn't use gold staters for going down to the wheelwright to get your chariot repaired.
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  • With the police station on your left you will see Derby Road going down the hill.
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  • Simon has cooked supper, which is going down well.
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  • Two sandwich terns were spotted from the track going down to the visitor center roosting with the gulls.
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  • Gibraltar is also going down the route of extra heavy-duty tripods that you can mount loads of arms off.
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  • I've found going down slopes sideways helps relieve the pressure on the tibial tubercle.
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  • I am also rather weary of going down the wrong road.
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  • The laborer's day ends with the going down of the sun, and he is then free to devote himself to his chosen pursuit, independent of his labor; but his employer, who speculates from month to month, has no respite from one end of the year to the other.
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  • In fact, however, though now much farther off than before, the Rostovs all saw Pierre--or someone extraordinarily like him--in a coachman's coat, going down the street with head bent and a serious face beside a small, beardless old man who looked like a footman.
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  • The sun is going down over the rushy field.
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  • I also enjoyed the dry- slope skiing - it was great to be able to feel myself going down the slope.
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  • I was shy going down there with all these massive stars in the same room !
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  • You did n't use gold staters for going down to the wheelwright to get your chariot repaired.
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  • I 've found going down slopes sideways helps relieve the pressure on the tibial tubercle.
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  • He cautioned that many in the US did not think it worth going down the ultimatum route.
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  • The common SIDS case consists of a child going down for a nap and never waking up.
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  • When you feel comfortable, ask if this item's price is going down or when items will be marked down again.
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  • Use a black eyebrow pencil to give your eyebrows a thin arched appearance and line the entire eye with liquid liner adding a line extension going up at the outer edge and going down at the inner edge of you add.
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  • When photographing children, you can find creative angles by shooting them while they are running, jumping, riding on swings, going down slides, playing sports or making mud pies.
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  • Before delving into the resources that you can use to help your troubled teen, it's important to understand some of the reasons why your teenager isn't going down the right path.
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  • For those going down other paths, more attention will be given to truly applying music in a practical manner.
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  • If you're going down the road of totally cooking for your pet, this is where I would consult with a vet to determine which type of vitamin supplements you can add to this recipe.
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  • A must-have for any sink is a basket strainer, which helps prevent food from going down the drain while keeping water in the basin.
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  • According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a showerhead leak can waste as much as 3,000 gallons a year, and that's not just water going down the drain; it's money out of your pocket.
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  • The costs associated with organically grown products are going down all the time, so ask your retailer for more information.
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  • Even if the fumes from chemical cleaners are not an issue, these products are going down the drain in homes and businesses.
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  • Either in black or a rich red, this princess-seamed, thigh-length coat has a ruffled collar and ruffles going down the front, hiding the closure.
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  • Eagle Eye allows you to cut the glare of the winter mornings, and offer light enough lenses to keep you safe when the sun's going down but still shining in your eyes.
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  • Some children, in particular, get upset stomachs from the infected drainage going down the back of their throats and being swallowed.
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  • Reagan-omics was responsible for interest rates going down to much more affordable levels again.
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  • If it is so loose you have to adjust the straps (making it ride up in the back), consider going down a band size.
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  • First, thanks to the sequins, this style of G-string is typically a bit more substantial in fabric, so if this is your first time going down the exotic route, it can be a good bet.
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  • High-pressure activity, like going down a water slide, is the source of many a painful and exposing wedgie, for both men and women.
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  • Your children will love climbing the ladders and going down one of the two slides (a long one for older kids and a slow slope one for younger ones).
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  • It also features a red inset in the middle with ruffles going down the skirt.
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  • This can involve going down onto bended knee and asking for your partner's hand in marriage.
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  • You will surely find yourself going down paths that go nowhere; that's just how life and writing works.
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  • Most people find that going down (from 7 1/2 to a 7, for example) results in a good fit.
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  • Again, use your breath as you inhale going down and exhale as you return to the starting position.
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  • They would (and did for a little while) have everyone believe that there are no retakes, no do-overs because the cameraman didn't catch a fight or some drama going down between housemates the first time.
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  • Periodically I'd thought about going down to L.A. and trying to get some work on various T.V. shows, and didn't.
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  • His design used hardened quarter-inch leather, reinforcing the eight segments and adding a wide bill on the back to keep water (and other debris) from going down a firefighter's back.
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  • This program was designed to work on several servers, and can be scaled up in order to do more for web, mail, DNS and database applications without any servers going down.
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  • He twisted, gaze going down her frame.
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  • A puller will compel the rider to shorten his leathers one or perhaps two holes - a course that may also be rendered necessary in a hilly country, for, in going down hill, the stirrups, if kept at the ordinary length, will generally feel a great deal too long.
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