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descend

To move from the top of the body toward the feet; to move in a caudal direction.
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When the things that descend from the Divine Treasures to the isthmus and imaginal world and then to the natural and physical world are compared to their ideas and realities in the higher worlds, it becomes apparent that the distinctions are not two-sided ones and the differences are not ones resulting from separation.
In just over half a mile, turn right by the communication towers and descend the good track to the NT car park at Hidcote Batrim.
To achieve this, a series of parachutes will help the probe to stabilize, and then descend slowly through the atmosphere.
With squats, slowly descend, counting 5 seconds until parallel.
I was the lead at 8,000 feet and was preparing to descend to join course rules home from the training area.
Had it succeeded, we might have seen millions of tightfisted air travelers descend on Washington to demand a tax amnesty for embattled Priceline.
Pass the house (Bryn y Fawnog) on the right and at a yellow marker on the left descend through woods, cross a forest road and continue to a metal led road.
After hiking in, we spent the next day learning mountaineering skills: how to climb and descend snowfields and how to use an ice ax, crampons and ropes.
Turn left to descend to the river bank and turn left beneath the road bridge to follow the river on the right to a small gate next to the remains of a railway bridge.
The airship drifted under some low clouds, getting a cooling effect that caused it to descend at 150 feet per minute.
According to partial assessments of the flight recorders from both aircraft the on board collision-warning systems, both of which were working correctly, directed the Russian aircraft to climb and the cargo aircraft to descend.