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Then one block bowed down and scooted out of the way of the other one, which continued along its path.
Instead, he bowed to pressure from a guy in canon law.
He spoke softly, with his head bowed, and recoiled if anyone tried to touch him.
Before taking his seat, he bowed his head and asked us to join him in prayer.
All three have featured in concerts and recordings, bowed by famous violinists.
Chin offers a pale, slightly bowed cylinder with rounded ends.
The prisoner trails behind, his head bowed, bootlaces skipping along the ground.
Strutting about, the performers bowed while deep notes boomed from the resonant air sacs.
The blood flow only makes sense if her head was in a bowed down position.
The judiciary almost without exception bowed to the wishes of administration officials and their functionaries.
The canvas bowed outward by a foot in the middle, receding as it approached the ground and horizon.
With an anatomical rustle that soared into the murk of the stony vaults above them, all bowed their heads.
As the barristers filed into the courtroom, they bowed to the crest of royal arms behind the judge's chair.
It distorts the sound to produce a whole range of new harmonics, effectively turning a plucked string instrument into a bowed one.
He's breathing softly, hands folded neatly in his lap, his head bowed as if in meditation.
Then came the dark times, when set manufacturers bowed to the fear of litigation.
We sit with our heads bowed as if trying to summon spirits, while in truth struggling to see what's on our dinner plates.
She stood a moment irresolute, bowed forward with her hands on the table, before she sat down again.
She closed her eyes, bowed her head, and took a deep breath.
Back then, as now, media bosses often bowed to state pressure to protect their business interests.
But he bowed to others' more forceful vision and became its public face.
Today, the house is bowed and warped, and has had a steel frame inserted to support the heavy upper gallery.
No wonder the researchers often bowed to the investment bankers' demand for a buy recommendation to keep client firms happy.
It is difficult to explained that when you bowed to kiss his hands you really didn't know they were dripping blood.
He only stooped, or leaned to take a little rest, and often in the day bowed his body in prayer.
When she stood there in full array, she was dazzlingly beautiful, so that the court bowed deeper than ever.
She was bowed down by no especial grief, and rather solemn than sorrowful.
It bowed its round head to the water, and began to drink.
He curtsied low, and then bowed almost to the ground, with an imperturbable gravity that seemed almost suspicious.
The official then pointed to his badge and the junior officer bowed apologetically.
He bowed his head, then stuck his hand on his hip as he waited to see his ball disappear into the water.
Make sure awnings are not rusted, bowed, dented or cracked.
They stood in clusters, heads bowed, openly weeping.
The crowd put their hands together, bowed their heads and prayed.
He walks uneasily on legs bowed as if frozen in the saddle.
Bowed walls may exert pressure against sewer, water and natural gas pipes.
The bowed rain band is near the leading edge of the damaging winds.
Then, with heads bowed, he gathered the drivers to pray for success on their sacred mission.

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