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Without me they shall bow down under the prisoners, and they shall fall under the slain.
When the cholera threatened there was the old disposition to lie down under the visitation and pray.
Even the prosperous cannot easily bear its burden, but is weighed down under it when he has fallen into delusion.
They rise to eminence by the same methods, and eventually go down under the rush of stronger enemies.
But his faith broke down under the apparent absence of all help when he got into the irregular verbs.
However, this system has broken down under poverty and disease.
Non-Australians sadly miss the nuances of the language as she is spoke down under.
We sit down under the baobab tree in the centre of the encampment.
All three come down under the basket, and their momentum carries them out-of-bounds.
The screeners are taught to iterate a few levels deep into your story and see that it doesn't break down under scrutiny.
Natural gas is broken down under high temperatures into acetylene and a liquid-phase step converts the acetylene into ethylene.
It is becoming a large industry and the price per watt is coming down under two dollars, making it affordable.
But this fanciful scenario breaks down under the weight of a couple of awkward facts.
She clearly wants to try both at once, but that intention can break down under the stress of a crisis.
The head is turned down under the thorax and is armed with powerful jaws used for cutting into wood.
The safety blocks prevent the ram from coming down under its own weight.
The land down under is already being overwhelmed by global warming impacts.

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