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Do we say   decrease   or  go down

Do we say decrease or go down

decrease 459 occurrences

I lived happily, very happily, with my sainted BELINDAit must be confessed that she had a striking partiality for sardines, which caused considerable of a decrease in the profits of my wholesale and retail grocery establishment.

Lessen, decrease, diminish, reduce, abate, curtail, moderate, mitigate, palliate.

Fishermen say that they will live confined in a pot or basket for several months together, without any other food than what is collected from the sea-water; and that, even in this situation, they will not decrease in weight.

The poles then bent forward at the entrance to the ditch, and formed an arch, the top of which was tea feet distant from the surface of the water; the arch was made to decrease in height as the ditch decreased in width, so that the remote end was not more than eighteen inches in height.

To mind or body or decrease of fame; If not at once, still step by step our name Or blood or friends or fortune it brings low.

"She made no answer to this; but her interest in astronomy seemed to decrease, and she soon proposed that we should turn back to the town.

This decrease was due to the fact that the extension of anti-submarine measures was beginning to take effect, and the destruction of German submarines, and especially of submarine minelayers of the U.C. type, was becoming considerable.

By the commencement of 1918 the average number of mines swept up monthly showed a very remarkable decrease, the average for the first two months of that year being only 159 per month, eloquent testimony to the efficiency of the anti-submarine measures in operation during 1917.

Her attraction to men and women alike did not decrease with age or poverty.

He is also commander-in-chief of the army and navy, but can not increase or decrease the military establishment without the approval of the parliament.

The contest was for a while prosecuted with a decrease of vigor proportioned to the serious losses on both sides; money and the munitions of war began to fail; and though the Spaniards succeeded in taking The Hague, they were repulsed before Alkmaer with great loss, and their fleet was almost entirely destroyed in a naval combat on the Zuyder Zee.

A rough indication of the amount of social and moral progress is the decrease in the number of convicts in England, from about 50,000 at the accession of Victoria to less than 6000 at her death.

Did the slaves decrease in numbers?Yes.

It has ceased to grow, it is about to decrease, to decrease by separation, to decrease by union, to decrease by peace, to decrease by war.

It has ceased to grow, it is about to decrease, to decrease by separation, to decrease by union, to decrease by peace, to decrease by war.

It has ceased to grow, it is about to decrease, to decrease by separation, to decrease by union, to decrease by peace, to decrease by war.

It has ceased to grow, it is about to decrease, to decrease by separation, to decrease by union, to decrease by peace, to decrease by war.

It has ceased to grow, it is about to decrease, to decrease by separation, to decrease by union, to decrease by peace, to decrease by war.

Speaking of Faraday in this connection, Professor Tyndall says: "Take him for all in all, I think it will be conceded that Michael Faraday is the greatest experimental philosopher the world has ever seen; and I will add the opinion that the progress of future research will tend not to diminish or decrease, but to enhance and glorify, the labors of this mighty investigator.

The decrease in earnings accompanying short time, and their total stoppage in the case of unemployment, mean amongst the workers a restriction of purchasing power.

It seems to me, also, that to the exclusive cultivation of sugar is owing, more than to any other cause, that frightful decrease throughout the islands of the white population, of which most English people are, I believe, quite unaware.

It will be said that this ugly decrease in the white population is owing to the unfitness of the climate.

diminish &c (decrease) 36; (contract) 195.

V. be inferior &c adj.; fall short of, come short of; not pass, not come up to; want. become smaller, render smaller &c (decrease) 36, (contract) 195; hide its diminished head, retire into the shade, yield the palm, play second fiddle, be upstaged, take a back seat.

Nonincrease, Decrease N. decrease, diminution; lessening &c v.; subtraction &c 38; reduction, abatement, declension; shrinking &c (contraction.) 195; coarctation^; abridgment &c (shortening) 201; extenuation.

Nonincrease, Decrease N. decrease, diminution; lessening &c v.; subtraction &c 38; reduction, abatement, declension; shrinking &c (contraction.) 195; coarctation^; abridgment &c (shortening) 201; extenuation.

Subtraction N. subtraction, subduction^; deduction, retrenchment; removal, withdrawal; ablation, sublation^; abstraction &c (taking) 789; garbling, &c v.. mutilation, detruncation^; amputation; abscission, excision, recision; curtailment &c 201; minuend, subtrahend; decrease &c 36; abrasion.

V. be little &c adj.; lie in a nutshell; become small &c (decrease) 36, (contract) 195.

Contraction N. contraction, reduction, diminution; decrease of size &c 36; defalcation, decrement; lessening, shrinking &c v.; compaction; tabes^, collapse, emaciation, attenuation, tabefaction^, consumption, marasmus^, atrophy; systole, neck, hourglass.

Using these datawith Stefan's law of decrease of radiation as the 4th power of the temperaturea mathematical friend finds that the temperature of the moon's surface would be reduced during the lunar night to nearly 200° F. absolute (equal to-258° F.).

Surely this phenomenon, everywhere manifested on the earth even under the equator, of a regular decrease of temperature with altitude, the only cause of which is a less dense atmosphere, should have been fairly grappled with, and some attempt made to show why it should not apply to Mars, except the weak remark that on a level surface it will not have the same effect as on exposed mountain heights.

In the year 125, instead of another decrease in the able-bodied population, we find an increase of nearly 80,000.

Slave labour and slave-discontent, 'latifundia,' decrease of population, depreciation of the land, received a fresh impetus, and the triumphant optimates pushed the State step by step further down the road to ruin.

In this, its progress has been like that of slang, which, gaining in popularity, must inevitably decrease in aptness and definiteness.

If assembled, and it is desired to deploy at greater than the normal interval; or if deployed, and it is desired to increase or decrease the interval: 1. Asskirmishers,(somany)paces, 2. MARCH.

To increase (decrease) the rate of fire in progress the instructor shouts: FASTER (SLOWER).

I believe the unhealthiness of the environing country is the cause of the decrease of population, for Ferrara lies on a marshy plain, very liable to inundation In the centre of the city stands the ancient Palace of the Dukes of Ferrara, a vast Gothic edifice, square, and flanked with round towers, and a large court-yard in the centre.

The decrease in the black population in those communities where the Negroes outnumber the whites will remove the fear of Negro domination, one of the causes of the backwardness of the South and its peculiar civilization.

They also observe that while there may be an increase of race prejudice in the North the same will in that proportion decrease in the South, thus balancing the equation while giving the Negro his best chance in the economic world out of which he must emerge a real man with power to secure his rights as an American citizen.

On a fine day when visibility is good, it is easy to distinguish between the rise and fall of country ahead and, therefore, to be prepared for decrease or increase in speed.

Some of these are several miles in length, but decrease considerably in the dry season, when the water becomes salt.

Finding a lamentable decrease in his receipts, he ordered the bailiff to "go ahead," and took an early train for Calcutta in order to set up an alibi in case of legal proceedings.

It is easy to see that the increase of this foreign debt must augment the annual demand on the exports to pay the interest, and to the same extent diminish the imports, and in proportion to the enlargement of the foreign debt and the consequent increase of interest must be the decrease of the import trade.

These effects have continued to operate in various degrees to the present period, and in addition to the decrease in the revenue thus produced two and a half millions of duties have been relinquished by two biennial reductions under the act of 1833, and probably as much more upon the importation of iron for railroads by special legislation.

In the next week there was a further decrease of six hundred; in the next after that of six hundred; and so on till the end of October, when, the cold weather setting in, the amount was reduced to nearly one thousand.

In reply to the objection drawn from the condensation and rarefaction of bodies, he urges that the apparent increase or decrease in extension is, in fact, a mere change of figure; that the rarefaction of a body depends on the increase in size of the intervals between its parts, and the entrance into them of foreign bodies, just as a sponge swells up when its pores become filled with water and, therefore, enlarged.

About two miles beyond our station the width began to decrease and the stream to take a more winding course: the banks were also lower and the mangroves appeared to increase in quantity; but unlike the other rivers the bottom was of sand and there was scarcely any mud, excepting on the banks where the mangroves grew.

This extraordinary decrease was due to the failure of the crop year after year and the influence of the famines of 1897 and 1900.

These are the provinces that suffered most from the famine, and therefore show the largest decrease in population.

Three years ago you gave a pleasing illustration of "the Amusements of May," and at the same time lamented the decrease of village festivity and rural merriment, which in days langsyne cheered the honest hearts and lightened the daily toil of our rustic ancestors.

It has been already shown under a previous head, that, in considerable sections of the slave states, especially in the South West, the births among slaves are fewer than the deaths, which would exhibit a fearful decrease of the slave population in those sections, if the deficiency were not made up by the slave trade from the upper country.

It has been already shown under a previous head, that, in considerable sections of the slave states, especially in the South West, the births among slaves are fewer than the deaths, which would exhibit a fearful decrease of the slave population in those sections, if the deficiency were not made up by the slave trade from the upper country.

Hence the quantity of dry earth must continually increase, and the moisture of the globe decrease, and at last be quite evaporated, if it have not a continual supply.

This steady issue of paper money, with nothing to redeem it, led to its rapid decrease in value.

By degrees, however, it must be admitted, that Joachim's popularity began a little to decrease; for, though a boy has no objection to see his neighbour laughed at, he does not like quite so well to be laughed at himself, and there are very few who can bear it with good humour.

This width naturally decreased as they ascended, but the decrease was so gradual that at Wolf Glen, fifteen miles away, the breadth was fully three-fourths of the width opposite the Whitney home.

They were proceeding swiftly but easily, ready to decrease or increase their speed at a moment's notice.

Furthermore, fish were kept in the ricefields and produced not only food for the farmers but also fertilized the fields, so that continuous cultivation of ricefields without any decrease in fertility became possible.

" "The most prominent quality of carbon is its capability, under the most minute differences of pressure, to enormously increase or decrease the resistances of the circuit."

When they were quite deprived of green food the milk began to decrease; and as we had heard that oil-cake was given to cattle, we thought we would try some.

It is that the average stature of the older persons measured by or for the committee has not been found to decrease steadily with their age, but sometimes the reverse.

When first the ark was landed on the shore, And Heaven had vow'd to curse the ground no more; When tops of hills the longing patriarch saw, And the new scene of earth began to draw; The dove was sent to view the waves' decrease, And first brought back to man the pledge of peace.

The division of the range country into small farms and the raising of all kinds of crops have, it is claimed, done more to decrease our herds of antelope, elk, deer and other big game than have the rifles of the hunters.

"Amidst the great decrease of the inhabitants of Spain, the body of the clergy have suffered no diminution; but has rather been gradually increasing.

"Amidst the great decrease of the inhabitants in Spain, the body of the clergy has suffered no diminution; but it has rather been gradually increasing."Payne cor.

The statutes were framed with a reference to the habits of mere boys; it is forbidden, for instance, in one of the Cambridge statutes, to play marbles on the senate-house steps; and the number of the students was so enormous (still for the same reason), that Latimer, in one of his sermons, speaks of a decrease in those of his own time, to the amount of no less than ten thousand.

The paddle-wheel was seen to be unsuited to such large fighting vessels, and there was no confidence in the screw; while the great majority of naval officers in France, as well as in England, were averse to any decrease in sail spread.

CHAPTER XIII THE MEETING When Robert revived the wind was still blowing hard, although there had been some decrease in its violence, and it was yet night.

If his activity decreased with the progress of age, that was owing to the decrease of his physical powers.

Have you ever observed the effect produced upon the eye by the rapid decrease of light, which takes place as night draws on, during that season of the year in which the twilight is shortest?

Then the youth asked about the two men he had met; Singh Chando said;"Tell the first man when he is ploughing to plough two or three furrows beyond the boundary of his field and his wealth will diminish and tell the second man to drive away three or four of his cattle every day and their number will decrease."

As the evening approached the wind began to decrease in force, and then the people of the lugger lost all their apprehensions.

The original creation of these bills was so limited, that no town had half the number requisite for the circulation of its neighbourhood; and this decrease, with the distrust that arises from the occasion of it, greatly adds to the general inconvenience.

Hence, as we say, the multiplication of the more subtle and complex forms of fraud, is consistent with a general progress in morality; provided it is accompanied with a decrease in the grosser forms of fraud.

Now, there is much evidence to show that there has been a considerable increase in the amount of cloud, and consequent decrease in the amount of sunshine, in all parts of our country.

So much has been written about the decrease of crime that follows the reduction of penalties, and likewise about the numerous crimes of violence which generally follow public hangings, that it is hardly necessary to recall it to the reader.

'There was no great love between us at the beginning, and it pleased Heaven to decrease it on farther acquaintance!'

The total state indebtedness June I, 1890, as shown by the Eleventh Census, was $238,396,590, a decrease of slightly over $58,000,000 in ten years.

This opening began to appear of consequence as we drew near, although the singularly gradual decrease in the soundings, on a sandy bottom materially diminished the probability of its being the mouth of a river.

So seriously was it regarded, that the women students had to guarantee an indemnity to the hospital of 300 guineas annually in addition to their fees, as it was felt that the general support might decrease by, at least, this amount when the public became aware that there were medical women studying at the hospital!

To those who realise, as we do, the importance of the women inspectors' visits, both in detecting infringements of the law and in making clear its provisions and their value to the employer and worker alike, this decrease, even for a time, of the opportunities which Miss Anderson's staff enjoy of exercising their beneficent and educative influence seems altogether deplorable.

Now, nature, by a thousand irrefutable examples, directs us to do the contrary, that is, she prescribes a decrease of intensity (in music, decrescendo) proportionate to the ascensional force of the sounds.

These various factors change slowly, and the quantity theory answers the question: What general change occurs in prices as a result of the increase or decrease of the money in a given community at a given moment?

Likewise the growing monetary use of gold accentuated strongly the effects, between 1873 and 1883 of a comparatively small decrease in gold production.] § 4. #Index numbers.

The purchasing power of a 3 per cent annual interest on notes and bonds has been offset by the decrease in the purchasing power of the principal of the debt.

The burden of the average debt began relatively to decrease.

The legislators were asked to imagine themselves operating a machine whose speed was gauged up to nine thousand stitches a minute; to consider how many stitches the operator's hand must guide in a week, a month, a year, in order to earn a living; working thus eleven, twelve hours a day, knowing that the end was nervous breakdown, and decrease of earning power.

Some of the results might be a decrease in vice, in drinking, gambling, and misery.

"May it not only mean a decrease of personal courage, and a greater sensitiveness to pain?

Through the ages, in one civilization after another, the glaring contrast between riches and poverty has appeared, dividing the community and laying the foundation for class struggle and class war, both of which decrease social efficiency, intensify class antagonism.

It may also involve the corresponding decrease of the geographical area, population, wealth and income of the vanquished.

FLUSHING (13), a Dutch seaport, strongly fortified, on the island of Walcheren, at the mouth of the western Scheldt; has an active shipping trade, docks, arsenals, &c. FLUXIONS, a method, invented by Sir Isaac Newton, of determining the rate of increase or decrease of a quantity or magnitude whose value depends on that of another which itself varies in value at a uniform and given rate.

The climate of the W. coast districts is tempered by the Gulf Stream; inland there is a great decrease in the rainfall, but much intenser cold is experienced.

That he was unhappy in no ordinary degree, was to the eye of friendship very evident, not only in the frequent wildness of his manner, but in the haggard cheek and bloodshot eye; and sympathy thus ever kept alive in one so keenly susceptible of the woes of others as was Herbert Hamilton, sympathy continually excited, prevented all decrease of interest and regard.

Mrs. Hamilton's anxiety on Emmeline's account did not decrease.

With every mile there is a theoretical decrease in the life and total efficiency of the machine; after a run of five hundred or a thousand miles this decrease is very perceptible.

With every mile there is a theoretical decrease in the life and total efficiency of the machine; after a run of five hundred or a thousand miles this decrease is very perceptible.

And since that year there had been a permanent decrease in the Imperial receipts.

If so, does it decrease or enhance the value and authority of these stories?

The expenditures were $13,606,759.11, showing a decrease of more than 8 per cent as compared with those of the previous year and leaving an excess of expenditure over the revenue for the last fiscal year of $4,557,462.71.

go down 2282 occurrences

" "Can't take a day off for a rest at Atlantic City, because their old Easter dinner might go down the wrong side.

Of course not, when we've got this jolly hill to go down; not if I know it.

But this little game did not work at all, as one of the desperadoes spoke up and said: "Jim and I will go down with you after your horse, and you can leave your gun here all the same, as you'll not need it.

The price of wood will go down to" "All along the river!

"When I go down river, thirty winter back, with the Great Dall, he try buy this off Nicholas's mother.

"And now let us go down and have a look at this one," he said, "as we intended doing.

We'll go down the back way.

I will go down to the police station with you, if you like.

Now, you had better go down to the brook in the dingle and have a drink.

"There will be more room, and it's much more exciting to go down a steep hill.

I'll not go down to the custom-house to day, for it is my feast."

"Shall we go down to the sheep first?" "Anywhere you like," he assented, brightly.

No harm can come to you that does not come to all, and if you shall go down it can only be amid a wreck of worlds.

Why, go down and make yourself agreeable, of course.

She had promised to go down to Saltcoats that night, and had sealed her sin with a kiss.

Accordingly, when other remains had come to light and all had been collected at Woodford, I asked my friend Berkeley to go down there and inspect them.

His style is discursive, his lucid intervals not as electrical as those of some Primitive parsons, but he is a good fellow, and if he had more physical force and more mental condensation be would "go down" better.

That day at noon I had occasion to go down the blinding hot Mall, and I saw a crooked man crawling along the white dust of the roadside, his hat in his hand, quavering dolorously after the fashion of street singers at Home.

"We must go down," he said.

" "Well, will you get a good, stout piece of rope or cord and go down that path till you come to the pond" "To the pond.

If either one can't swim they'd go down like a stone.

" "Let's go down and see if it's here.

If he made that break two or three innocent men would go down before his bullets, as he sprang out, shooting to kill.

Yet, truly, I was much shaken; and a little weakness took me, so that I was fain to go down upon the rock-shelf, that I have back my strength.

V. be poor &c adj.; want, lack, starve, live from hand to mouth, have seen better days, go down in the world, come upon the parish; go to the dogs, go to wrack and ruin; not have a penny &c (money) 800, not have a shot in one's locker; beg one's bread; tirer le diable par la queue [Fr.]; run into debt &c (debt) 806. render poor &c adj.; impoverish; reduce, reduce to poverty; pauperize, fleece, ruin, bring to the parish.

"Everybody go down on the dock when the supper bugle blows, instead of coming into the dining room.

Go down and eat a mouthful, only a mouthful, and I will remain here.

Then I heard Polly pulling and pulling at it, and vainly trying to shut it, and I had to go down to help her.

So long as they were in their depth, and had footing, they were alright, but when they reached the middle of the river, the current, rushing with frightful velocity, swept them off their feet, and boat and horses began to go down stream.

The two men, seeing her approach, persuaded the young man to go down before she could reach there and meet his mother, pretending some form of greeting.

Even Mrs. Albert Murray seems to swim in a rosy and golden haze, and I am conscious of quite an affection for her, though I expect, when in a little I go down to the cabin and find her fussing and accusing us of losing her things, I shall dislike her again with some intensity.

Again it tried to go down and again he pulled it back, and then the snake took a look at him and went down tail first.

And Lady Kirkbank and the dressmaker would chink their liqueur glasses in amity before the lady gathered up her satin train and allowed her peerless shoulders to be muffled in a plush mantle to go down to her carriage, fortified by that last glass of green chartreuse.

However, we go down stairs, and the chief officer, who accompanies us, gets into a corner as we pass, and holds a stick before him to keep us off.

"You hits hard, sonny," said he, "and you don't go down in yore boots[A] a little bit.

Why don't you go down to camp and inquire?" "Every man would be in the hills in less than an hour.

Well, as a suitable finish, suppose I go down into that garden and kill Ely Crouch," he suggested, smiling.

As the paths go down the slope they lose their garden-like trimness among bracken and brambles.

"Ships that go down in typhoons don't have their chronometers pop up in Shanghai a year later, I'm tellin' ye.

Fanatuua wouldn't go down, seemed calm, almost as though he weren't there.

Spring was a good time of year to go down the coast.

And the city editor for some reason always chose him to go down and see them come out.

Meantime, in the Black Lady's house the boy was getting ready for a fight, because the Black Lady said, "Go down now; they want you down there.

James must go down to receive her callers.

What a ridiculous thing to worry aboutbut it seemed to follow him about like a dog... He said to himself that he must get up presently and go down to the office.

I'll go down and see," and from the drawer I took a pistol it was my habit to carry everywhere with me.

"I guess I'd better go down and give notice at the desk.

That's why I suspect him of not wanting me to go down to Grandpa Desmond's.

The only thing for you to do is to go down and tell Royal, he will sell every stick and stone for your sake.

To-morrow we will go down and take the train to Vancouver and be married.

The hostess at length breaks off the harangue, by proposing that they should all make a little excursion on the lake,and they embark accordingly; and, after navigating for some time along its shores, and drinking tea on a little island, land at last on a remote promontory, from which they see the sun go down,and listen to a solemn and pious, but rather long prayer from the Vicar.

For my part, I shall not go down to the harbor until it is time to start.

And this relation to these nations was to go down to posterity as a standing regulation, having the certainty and regularity of a descent by inheritance.

If God were to make me King I would go down to the edge of the desert once, and I would shake the sand out of my turban and out of my beard and then I would never look at the desert again.

He had suddenly thought that he would go down to the first floor and get Lily Parret to go to the theater with him.

And now you," he said, nodding to the prisoner, "will go down on your marrow-bones and beg mine.

We will go down and show himwe will assemble before his place and speak to him!"

If the wines be in your own stock, put it in by a quart or two at a time, as it feeds the wine better in this way than putting it in all at once; but, if your wines are in a bonded cellar, procure a funnel that will go down to the bottom of the cask, that the brandy may be completely incorporated with the wine.

Two hundred and fifty miles or so below there is an Indian villagebut they never try to go down the river from here.

'Tell you what,' says she, 'I ain't got nuff money to send you, only partso you go down to whar' dey is a'pannin' gold.

They said, 'Go down in the woods and get them.'

It is not to be questioned that if women are permitted to work at the same operations as men for a lesser remuneration, the man's wage must go down.

"Rope-dancing won't go down with these aristocratic church-goers.

If you are so vexed about my visit, go down in the cellar and cool yourself off a little. OSSEP.

Then I learned to do it running past the post; and after that I'd go down around the corral and practise on some quiet old heifer, and so on.

"A few months ago, being near her residence and hearing that her health was better, I called on her, and to my surprise, found her able to sew, walk about, and even go down stairs.

Go down here to the rectory?"

Scott had several times wanted to go down.

"I don't want to go down there," said another in a hushed tone.

He saw it all when she said with a show of indifference that deceived only herself, "Wouldn't you like to go down to Besançon?" "Not I," replied he coldly.

Then she would go down without her bonnet and without her boots, and see whether any one would dare to stand in her way, as with her baby in her arms she would attempt to walk forth through the front door.

Nor would she go down to say a word of farewell.

I would go down and see them did I not know that your words would be more efficacious with them than my own.

"Now let's go down and look in on the party," said Mr. Wing, locking a package of letters carefully into a small drawer in his desk.

" "I'll step round to Julius's cabin and ask him to go down with the wheelbarrow and bring it up," I replied.

"Now I do wish, my good Greenfield, that you'd just go down there yourself this afternoon and seesee it have its bottle.

"Oh, come on," pleaded Sahwah; "it's more fun to go down a steep hill.

"Wait a minute until I go down cellar and get some." As she opened the door of the cool cellar she started back in surprise.

Grant now finds himself pitted against the first soldier of the continent, the leader who is to go down to history as probably the greatest soldier that America has ever produced.

It was a burglar, but it seemed to me a little late to go down.

I shall go down to Cannes with them and join Octavia there if I find it too boring, and Harry cannot have a word to say to my travelling with my own relations.

"Tom," he commanded, "pick three boys and go down cellar with them, and into the little storeroom at the right.

At last it said "I have seen a gander and a goose go down into a river and swim about in it.

Every morning my house swarms with visitors; I go down to the Forum attended by troops of friends; but in the whole crowd there is no one with whom I can freely jest, or whom I can trust with an intimate word.

The incumbent-designate did not go down at once to take possession of his temporalities.

Your nonsense won't go down here, my fine fellow.

I wanted to end this situation; so, pretty soon, I proposed that we go down to see where I kept my milk.

He must go down and fetch the box at once.

The plan that suited me best was to buy a small vessel, man it, go down there, load up with the gold, and sail away.

Those latter I saw with satisfaction, because in case I had to go down they would stop the little avalanches.

"We'll all go down," declared Jones.

The only trouble I had was to hold on, so I would not go down like a flash.

And if Mr. Grey should so advise him he would go down to Tretton.

She would go down in the stage; she could go aloneand

Yet a surprising number go down the Bright Angel trail to the brink of the inner gloomy granite gorge overlooking the river.

With a mad bellow and a bound, like a tortured bull that sees the arena walls go down, Bob rushed out through the nearest door, which, I thanked God, was a side one leading to the street where the crowd was thinnest.

Is this where we go down?"

It is for your own sake, dearest Ellen, I regret it, and for the sake of him you might select, that you, who are so fitted to enjoy and to fulfil them, can never know the pleasures attendant on the duties of a happy wife and mother; that by a husband and child, the dearest ties of earth, you will go down to the grave unloved.

But, my lord,"and here the wretch broke into a howl wild and terrific"we shall go down togetherdown to where your deserts are known.

I got ready to go down to dinner.