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91 Competition should beat the price down.
92 He ran his eyes down the page and found his name at last.
93 The country girl cast down her eyes shyly.
94 He'll need help to bring the computer down.
95 They boated down the Nile.
96 Pass the message down to the people at the end of the table.
97 The path leads us down to the river.
98 The old truck jogged us up and down for an hour before we arrived.
99 The cat crouched down, ready to spring on the mouse.
100 Some people use their time and money badly and start at the top only to work down to the proper level of their poor abilities.
101 Their boat drifted down the river.
102 The suitcase bounced down the stairs.
103 I have looked it up in the encyclopedia.
104 I have to complain to the manager about it.
105 I have not any power in the firm except to recommend.
106 me up so I can look in the window.
107 I agree that she is the ablest of us.
108 I heaved him up and then put him down on the ground lightly.
109 I pay them by the hour.
110 The horse twisted and bucked and finally dismounted its rider.
111 When you hear the word "yoga," do you think of a person with his legs twisted up like a pretzel?
112 And, in the twisted logic of Pyongyang poker, they were both ACES.
113 ideal nation would leave no room for what they saw as the twisted ethical code of Christianity, which they argued prized suffering and destructive self-repression.
114 I exclaimed, pointing to a nook under the roots of one twisted tree.
115 Shards of twisted metal, rubble and glass littered the streets of central Oslo left devastated by Friday's enormous explosion.
116 Musicians, such as Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, members of the KISS, and the rapper Snoop Dogg have all rung the NYSE bell.
117 Glass shards and twisted metal littered the streets.
118 I said that I was surprised I looked so normal, that I wasn't the horribly twisted and cadaverous figure I had always imagined myself to be.
119 Just a few hundred yards inside the complex, reporters were shown smoldering remnants of government buildings, enveloped by mounds of smashed concrete, twisted rebar and shards of metal.
120 To harness our brains, we want to let the brain's brilliant mechanisms run as intended-i.e., not to be twisted.