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Find a low spot or depression and crouch down as low as possible, but don't lie down on the ground.
It also stopped every now and then to crouch down on a small berm near an ancient lake.
Even though they crouch close to the ground, they still command attention.
If it is going high, the goalie stays in his crouch to prevent it from sailing over him.
The cats mould themselves to the ground as they crouch or crawl.
By instinct they at once know how to crouch down so as to be as inconspicuous as possible.
When it encounters a defending soldier, it drops into a crouch and opens its jaws.
The farmhouses crouch close to one another, flat-roofed and monotonous, with huge arched doorways for the ox carts.
The kneesprung crouch has lost barely a trace of temper.
If shelter is not available or there is no time to get indoors, lie in a ditch or low-lying area or crouch near a strong building.

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