bellow vs below

bellow below

Definitions

  • 1) the deep roar of a large animal, or any similar loud noise
  • 2) A very loud utterance or other sound.
  • 3) The roar of a large animal, such as a bull.
  • 4) A loud resounding outcry or noise, as of an enraged bull; a roar.
  • 5) a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)
  • 6) United States author (born in Canada) whose novels influenced American literature after World War II (1915-2005)
  • 7) A roar, as of a bull; a loud outcry.
  • 8) to shout or scream in a deep voice
  • 9) to make a noise like the deep roar of a large animal
  • 10) make a loud noise, as of animal
  • 11) shout loudly and without restraint
  • 12) Of persons, to make any violent outcry; vociferate; clamor: used in ridicule or contempt.
  • 13) To utter in a loud deep voice; vociferate: generally with out or forth.
  • 14) To roar; make a hollow, loud noise, as a bull, cow, or deer.
  • 15) To roar, as the sea in a tempest, or as the wind when violent; make a loud, hollow, continued sound.
  • 16) To utter in a loud, powerful voice. synonym: yell.
  • 17) To make the deep roaring sound characteristic of a bull.
  • 18) To shout in a deep voice.
  • 19) To utter in a loud, powerful voice. synonym: yell.
  • 20) To make a hollow, loud noise, as an enraged bull.
  • 21) To bowl; to vociferate; to clamor.
  • 22) To roar; as the sea in a tempest, or as the wind when violent; to make a loud, hollow, continued sound.
  • 23) To emit with a loud voice; to shout; -- used with out.

Definitions

  • 1) nautical on a lower deck.
  • 2) further down.
  • 3) on a lower storey.
  • 4) nautical on a lower deck.
  • 5) of a temperature below zero.
  • 6) of a temperature below zero.
  • 7) in a lower place.
  • 8) In or to a lower place; beneath.
  • 9) In or to hell or Hades.
  • 10) Nautical On or to a lower deck.
  • 11) Nautical On or to a lower deck.
  • 12) On or to a lower floor; downstairs.
  • 13) Farther down, as along a slope or valley.
  • 14) Below zero in temperature.
  • 15) On the earth.
  • 16) In a later part of a given text.
  • 17) In a lower rank or class.
  • 18) On the earth, as opposed to the heavens.
  • 19) In hell, or the regions of the dead.
  • 20) In a lower place, with respect to any object; in a lower room; beneath.
  • 21) In court or tribunal of inferior jurisdiction.
  • 22) In some part or page following.
  • 23) Too low to be worthy of; inferior to.
  • 24) At a later point in a page or writing; further on in the same part or division: as, particulars are given below; see the statistics below.
  • 25) Nautical, off duty: as, the watch below, in contradistinction to the watch on deck.
  • 26) Under in place; beneath; not so high as: as, below the knee.
  • 27) Laterintimethan.
  • 28) On the earth, as opposed to in the heavens.
  • 29) On a lower floor; downstairs.
  • 30) In or to a lower place or level; beneath; downward from a higher point: as, look below; in the valley below.
  • 31) Inferior in rank, excellence, or dignity: as, “one degree below kings.” Addison, Remarks on Italy, Venice.
  • 32) Lower than in position or direction; lower down: as, he lives a little below our house, that is, a little lower down the street, road, hill, etc.
  • 33) In a lower rank or grade: as, at the trial below, or in the court below.
  • 34) Lower than in degree, amount, weight, price, value, etc.
  • 35) Later in time than.
  • 36) Lower down in a course or direction, as toward the mouth of a river or harbor, etc.: as, the vessel has just arrived from below.
  • 37) In hell, or the regions of the dead: as, “the realms below,” Dryden.
  • 38) downstage of
  • 39) south of
  • 40) lower in spatial position than
  • 41) unsuitable to the rank or dignity of
  • 42) lower in value than
  • 43) downstream of
  • 44) South of.
  • 45) Downstream of.
  • 46) Lower than, as on a graduated scale.
  • 47) Underneath; beneath.
  • 48) Unsuitable to the rank or dignity of.
  • 49) Inferior to in rank, excellence, dignity, value, amount, price, etc.; lower in quality.
  • 50) Unworthy of; unbefitting; beneath.
  • 51) Under, or lower in place; beneath not so high.

Examples

  • 1) Push it hard and the exhaust begins to bellow like an angry bull.
  • 2) During our interview he lets out a bellow of rage and begins to cry.
  • 3) From high up in the stand the manager bellowed instructions to the players via the touchline.
  • 4) The machine begins with a fan being turned by air from a bellows.
  • 5) To have tens of thousands of fans bellowing encouragement instead of turning on their side is an advantage.
  • 6) Consider a classic experiment where volunteers were told to bellow as loud as they could as part of a shouting competition.
  • 7) Ten metres from them, he bellowed like a crazy man.
  • 8) In shouting and bellowing and making wild grabs at him, they had only inspired further noise.
  • 9) He bellowed in pain yet managed to struggle to his feet, fending off his assailant before collapsing.
  • 10) Then we began the second half the walk through countryside, stopping to marvel nervously at an enraged bull bellowing from a field.
  • 11) It is a staggering noise, a bellow, the sound of wanton consumption.
  • 12) Five goalless draws in the last nine games has got Old Trafford fans bellowing for them to attack.
  • 13) As spring dawns, the glacier noise can grow into bellowing groans, like a bear coming out of hibernation.
  • 14) And we hoped a deep roar would bellow from a gleaming example of exquisite design, superior build quality and space-age technology.
  • 15) ‘The beast bellowed in pain as it let go of Gilian and hunched over from bloody wounds.’
  • 16) ‘One guard bellowed in alarm, the other in pain as Yuki sank her teeth into his arm and kicked his shin.’
  • 17) ‘Before the word could leave Mark's lips, Dad bellowed in rage.’
  • 18) ‘She bellowed in pain and fell to the floor in agony.’
  • 19) ‘The demon bellowed in pain, but it was hardly defeated.’
  • 20) ‘He bellowed in pain and slowly slumped to the ground.’
  • 21) ‘Nick bellowed in pain, as she scrambled for her purse, crawling away.’
  • 22) ‘Several of the bulls started bellowing and the cows mooing.’
  • 23) ‘Men were bellowing and roaring as they charged, lost to all rational thought.’
  • 24) ‘As the Beast bellowed, the horses bolted in fear.’
  • 25) ‘The soldier bellowed and bent over in pain, but still held onto Cairn to the best of his abilities.’
  • 26) ‘From our seats we view huge bulls bellowing like gladiators and bowlegged, skinny-bottomed cowboys in chaps nonchalantly smoking rollups.’
  • 27) ‘That's not to say musk-oxen are docile around people: Aggressive bulls will bellow at or charge humans when confronted and, on rare occasions, maim or even kill.’
  • 28) ‘The bull is bellowing again, there's a burst of rain and wind.’
  • 29) ‘The creature was still bellowing presumably due to the smell of blood that now filled the cavern.’
  • 30) ‘When the pair arrived back at the scene, the man atop the horse was still bellowing.’
  • 31) ‘One person bellowed as he gripped the metal tube in his meaty hands.’
  • 32) ‘The beast bellowed and fell back, at this sound another one yowled behind Artemis and as he spun around a sword grazed his side, creating a deep gash.’
  • 33) ‘I was bellowing, it was an awful noise, and the next thing I knew I struck out at her.’
  • 34) ‘The differently colored animals bounded for the boy, the bear bellowed viciously, the wildcat snarled loudly, and the hawk screeched harshly.’
  • 35) ‘Shouts and screams continued to be bellowed out by the spectators lining the streets of Pau.’
  • 36) ‘He bellowed out in his loudest voice, ‘This lion fears us!’’
  • 37) ‘They've been tearing into each other in party meetings, bellowing at each other through their newspaper columns, accusing each other of vanity, iniquity, venality, even conviviality.’
  • 38) ‘The past few weeks she's been at her worst, and today has been the worst in the five-and-a-half-years I've been here - she's been bellowing at the sky from breakfast to teatime.’
  • 39) ‘One grubby-looking vagrant recently followed me up the road, bellowing at me about how much he needed money for his ‘hard drugs’.’
  • 40) ‘They straggled across the green, all three generations of them, bellowing at each other as if they were at least half a mile apart, rather than the two paces that actually separated them.’
  • 41) ‘The governor, already on board, is bellowing at us, and several women are crossing themselves and muttering prayers.’
  • 42) ‘But no, they had to convey their extreme excitement by bellowing at us through the mic, and permanently damaging our hearing.’
  • 43) ‘He fires again, and then, shotgun in hand, charges the mob, bellowing at the top of his lungs.’
  • 44) ‘On his way out, he came back to the guard, who was now bellowing at those before the deity to move on even as he blocked the queue.’
  • 45) ‘A large table of patrons was raising glasses and bellowing at each other gleefully.’
  • 46) ‘They were in their early twenties the night that Sullivan bellowed out the cue that began the most agonizing five minutes of their lives.’
  • 47) ‘The cops in front of her were bellowing at the man, trying to make him let her go.’
  • 48) ‘Waving his arms wildly, he bellowed out the only German word of urgency he could recall: ‘Schnell!’
  • 49) ‘Bahamut's voice bellowed out onto the snow-covered plains, his bass voice commanding the attention and hearts of every soul there.’
  • 50) ‘Leon bellowed out and stormed towards her, lifting his hand.’
  • 51) ‘With a widened look of panic in his eyes, he bellowed out to Laverne.’
  • 52) ‘The two then bellowed out laughing as they clinked their glasses together in mock agreement.’
  • 53) ‘I joined other hopeful punters in front of the race screen, bellowing encouragement from the sidelines.’
  • 54) ‘Captain Ferguson bellowed encouragement, his words occasionally drifting up into the stand.’
  • 55) ‘An enormous peasant jumped up and bellowed a song in which he imitated all the animals of the barnyard, confusing the animals somewhat, so that he crowed for the mule and whinnied for the pig.’
  • 56) ‘As he stammers, then bellows the last chorus of ‘(Do Not Feed The) Oyster ’, the kingdom rejoices: Their prince is free.’
  • 57) ‘There were women in various stages of undress, aged hacks bellowing out nationalist folk songs, several figures slumped in corners and enough booze to float a battleship.’
  • 58) ‘Reaching out and turning up the radio, she was soothed by the sounds of the group as they bellowed one of their newer songs out of her speakers.’
  • 59) ‘Italians are spilling on to the track in their thousands, a beaming rider is being held aloft and crowds of youths are bellowing out a victory song.’
  • 60) ‘The English rugby anthem Swing Low, Sweet Chariot was bellowed out by more than 600 fans, eager to see their team finally clinch the longed-for title.’
  • 61) ‘Local firefighters who had risked their lives to help in the rescue efforts were sent on a lap of honour in open-topped cars while after a minute's silence the Indianapolis children's choir bellowed out the national anthem.’
  • 62) ‘Three sets of drums kept the rhythm steady, flanking him while he bellowed the song's opening lyrics.’
  • 63) ‘Although Glenn said it was pretty demanding, it really showed off the strength of his voice as he bellowed out the chorus with the other boys in the background.’
  • 64) ‘He held his arms out to the crowd as he bellowed the chorus and danced.’
  • 65) ‘When not stopping to bellow a song, they wander into all sorts of unseemly situations.’
  • 66) ‘Below his crew bellow a song with gusto “Rule Britannia, Britannia rules the waves” and from high above he cries “That’s the way to do it!”’
  • 67) ‘A young man in shirt and tie is pacing and bellowing a song in a strong accent, disturbing the people around him.’
  • 68) ‘He stumbles around, bellowing a song about dying on dry land.’
  • 69) ‘Hundreds of Canadian expats crammed into the London pub last night, letting out a sustained roar and bellowing the national anthem at least three times after the national men's hockey team won Olympic gold.’
  • 70) ‘Once we reached an agreement we rambled through the campsite bellowing the song out and no doubt disturbing the sleep of many.’
  • 71) ‘He decides to play drunk, and bellows songs while the cantina staff pick him up and drag him towards the doors.’
  • 72) ‘Let us do what the Vikings did for their departed ones and raise giant mugs of mead and bellow songs of warrior conquests!’
  • 73) ‘Susan was terrified, she'd bellow songs to scare away ghosts before she ventured into a dark room.’
  • 74) ‘It had rained all weekend and I was not in the mood to haul a sodden plant into the house and bellow songs.’
  • 75) ‘Letting out a bellow of rage as my feet were swept from under me, I instinctively rolled away just as a tentacle swept the clayey silt where I'd been a fraction of a second ago.’
  • 76) ‘With a collective bellow of rage, the creatures advanced.’
  • 77) ‘And a ferocious bellow of rage brought the girl back to her senses.’
  • 78) ‘A scant few feet in front of the boys, the attacker turned with a bellow of rage.’
  • 79) ‘I suddenly open my mouth and let forth a tremendous bellow of laughter.’
  • 80) ‘The bellow echoed through the whole house, I was sure.’
  • 81) ‘Up ahead, an irritated bellow echoes around the hall.’
  • 82) ‘Dad let out a bellow of laughter, which made us all started laughing.’
  • 83) ‘She didn't hear the footsteps madly raging towards her, or the ferocious bellow of defiance that should have greeted her ears.’
  • 84) ‘He forced a sound out: what started as an infernal bellow emerged as a whimper.’
  • 85) ‘That scream from the treetops is answered by another, and another, until the tropical forest shakes under a thundering bellow.’
  • 86) ‘He tried to form a mighty bellow but only a shriek escaped his lungs.’
  • 87) ‘Lightning flashed in the dark ocean ahead and soon followed by the bellow of the thunder call.’
  • 88) ‘Chloe looked up in shock as she heard an angry bellow echo through the huge homestead.’
  • 89) ‘The demanding bellow of a team of oxen, coupled with the shouts of their teamster startled them in to moving again.’
  • 90) ‘The second guard spoke, his voice a bellow in order to be heard over the murmuring crowd.’
  • 91) ‘They shouted at each other, someone called Claire was mentioned and there was many an anguished bellow.’
  • 92) ‘The sound of Joseph's bellow drew her eyes back to the center.’
  • 93) ‘Deep in the forest of bright green ferns there was a resounding crash, a rustling and, after a short silence, a delighted bellow.’
  • 94) ‘There was so much noise already; I didn't want to introduce a competing bellow.’

Examples

  • 1) Mixed fleet crew earn just over the minimum wage and below the national average.
  • 2) Why did he sleep in his car when temperatures were plunging below zero?
  • 3) See below for details of how to enter.
  • 4) For your copy email the address below.
  • 5) Forecasters say temperatures will crash below zero with snow likely in some areas in the coming weeks.
  • 6) Not one of the security guards below had seen us.
  • 7) It is claimed that some cabin crew earned barely above the minimum wage and well below the national average.
  • 8) The copper run-off is not targeted and will kill plants on the ground below.
  • 9) Inflation is dropping below 6 per cent but it remains to be seen whether that can be maintained.
  • 10) With temperatures predicted to drop below zero this week and the fighting intensifying, there is worse to come.
  • 11) The south cooled down significantly and temperatures are set to remain around or below average this week.
  • 12) But yesterday the number of congressman supporting the measure appeared to drop below a majority.
  • 13) Please tick box below to show which wash chosen.
  • 14) All fluid drinks are also taken at below the ambient temperature.
  • 15) See below for details on how to enter.
  • 16) You have to when the temperature in more than half the country hovers below zero in winter.
  • 17) They are still eyeing automatic promotion and take on the team directly below them in the table.
  • 18) Watch these weird and wacky clips today at the address below.
  • 19) The company stopped operations when the roof had been raised to half a mile below ground.
  • 20) Sharp temperatures that are well below zero over a long period are more harmful to birds.
  • 21) The pictures are intended to be placed on two columns directly below the main dome.
  • 22) Then email your video to the address below.
  • 23) Since the war there has been a slow retreat from life below ground.
  • 24) There are few crowded mills below any more.
  • 25) You can see my thoughts below.
  • 26) In the classic disaster the crew drop below the minimum safe altitude in the belief that they are about to see the runway.
  • 27) But they are also just below human resources people - the ones responsible for your happiness at work.
  • 28) SEE below to find out what happened to some of the original cast.
  • 29) Please confirm your preferences below.
  • 30) The average age is below 26, which is welcome.
  • 31) See panel, below left.
  • 32) Two hundred and twenty-four families in the ward live below the sidewalk, many of them _below high-water mark_.
  • 33) When the artery cannot be found, and in all cases of bad cuts on any of the limbs, apply compression; when it can be done, tie a very tight bandage above the wound, if it be below the heart, and _below_ if the wound be above the heart.
  • 34) The ECB has been criticized in many quarters for not cutting interest rates as fast as the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England, even though inflation is well below the «close to but below» 2 percent target and the economies in the euro zone are contracting sharply.
  • 35) _30° below zero_ -- Very cold; take particular care of your nose and extremities: eat the fattest food, and plenty of it _40° below_ -- Intensely cold; keep awake at all hazards, muffle up to the eyes, and test your circulation frequently, that it may not stop somewhere before you know it.
  • 36) In sub-field, I’m a big fan of “Observation of Atoms Laser Cooled below the Doppler Limit” (’below’ not capitalized, oddly enough): PRL 61, 169.
  • 37) KMART5OFF50 coupon) - $6 (5% FWCB see link below) + 20 (shipping see below**) =
  • 38) Buoyed, very likely, by Ron Charles's positive review a week or so back click the title below to be linked to the page on the Web.
  • 39) The subhead beneath the title below the photo at the Universal TdF webular log has a typo:
  • 40) ‘There is barely any discernible sensation of the blade below skin level.’
  • 41) ‘A deep cut could penetrate to the fatty layer below the skin.’
  • 42) ‘As we were driving through Calcutta, my friend pointed to a little shrine to a god embedded in a wall just below waist level.’
  • 43) ‘Malingerer's arm was low, but it never fell below shoulder level.’
  • 44) ‘In the long run, the New Orleans area has a particular challenge, because much of the city lies below sea level.’
  • 45) ‘Surrounded by water on all sides, the edifice is 11 stories high but also goes 18 metres below sea level.’
  • 46) ‘The Taklamakan desert oasis of Turpan, at 154 metres below sea level, is the second lowest point in the world.’
  • 47) ‘One of the exhibits consisted simply of a couple of Post-It notes stuck to each other, hanging from the ceiling by a thread, a little bit below eye level.’
  • 48) ‘The ground floor, which would be partially set below pavement level, would accommodate two single bedroom residential units.’
  • 49) ‘Wendy recalls the excitement of going with her mother and aunt to a tearoom below street level and having an ice cream sundae and a fizzy drink.’
  • 50) ‘Sections of the original façade were missing and the original entrance to the house was buried below street level.’
  • 51) ‘The next layer is wired to the layer below it, and the process is repeated.’
  • 52) ‘Robb also had three stars and a pennant defining his rank painted below the windscreen.’
  • 53) ‘Italy ranks below Botswana, while Namibia scores equal with Greece.’
  • 54) ‘I have a hard time accepting that we rank below Lithuania, Estonia, Croatia and Slovakia.’
  • 55) ‘Well, if an officer of your rank, with clout and a good deal of power and influence does not speak out, do you honestly expect that others below your rank would?’
  • 56) ‘50 years ago: The Spa at Scarborough had banned members of the Army below the rank of sergeant.’
  • 57) ‘His certificate ranks immediately below the MBE, and he is the first member of a combined cadet force to receive the accolade.’
  • 58) ‘Health care and more affordable childcare places rank below tax cuts in current macho political cultures.’
  • 59) ‘That which transpired last midweek was probably the heaviest loss Scotland have suffered against a team ranked below them.’
  • 60) ‘For me, bathing suit shopping is an annual occurrence that ranks slightly below a trip to the dentist.’
  • 61) ‘This is why the media in this country rank below mad cow disease in terms of voter approval.’
  • 62) ‘The difficulty both for contemporaries and for historians has been to find a term suitable for describing landowners below the ranks of the gentry.’
  • 63) ‘He loved the fear in the women's faces and voices; he reveled in the fear of those who ranked below him.’
  • 64) ‘Apollyon was his Second Lieutenant, ranking below only Lady Alysia and the Prince himself.’
  • 65) ‘In the Hebrew Bible nonhuman animals are generally ranked below the humans with whom they share the earth.’
  • 66) ‘Too many are doing work which is at least a grade below their skills.’
  • 67) ‘Megan was Sara and Callie's close friend, even though she was a grade below the senior girls.’
  • 68) ‘I remember looking up to see a small girl in a grade below me laughing behind her hand.’
  • 69) ‘Payson is confident Oxford's raises are still below those of its competitors.’
  • 70) ‘The term was used from around the mid-eighteenth century to describe those people below the aristocracy but above the workers.’
  • 71) ‘Our ratings in those markets are below that of our competitors.’
  • 72) ‘However, that would still be well below its original financial forecast, he noted.’
  • 73) ‘Ensure that whatever you do never falls below the standard of your abilities and goals.’
  • 74) ‘The RUH Trust however denied liability and claimed her treatment did not fall below an acceptable clinical standard.’
  • 75) ‘There are countless examples of conduct by high profile sports stars that fall well below community standards.’
  • 76) ‘His memory deteriorated and his schoolwork fell below standard.’
  • 77) ‘But they highlighted the need for more rigor in improving standards, which are below average.’
  • 78) ‘If their behaviour falls below acceptable standards they will be prosecuted.’
  • 79) ‘Unfortunately, the technical achievements of the film fall far below the standard set for the feature.’
  • 80) ‘Similarly, the logging, refrigerated, and line haul drivers all reported below average amounts of sleep.’
  • 81) ‘Your magazine rarely falls below standards of excellence.’
  • 82) ‘Negligence is defined by expert testimony as medical practice that falls below the standard of care.’
  • 83) ‘Based upon the research approximately 10 percent of the population fell below this amount.’
  • 84) ‘This year's increase of 4.8 per cent falls well below the average of 5.9 per cent.’
  • 85) ‘There will be some years when shares may perform well and other times when they could fall below the long-term average.’
  • 86) ‘But the report said teaching was poor, academic achievement was well below average and disruptive pupils were out of control.’
  • 87) ‘If the value of your account falls below a minimum, it could cost you.’
  • 88) ‘Samples tested for dioxins and furans showed concentrations at or below those expected under normal circumstances.’
  • 89) ‘Ratio IQs were calculated for the Bayley because scores in the manual do not extend below 50.’
  • 90) ‘The cost of travel to and from a job would lower most wages below the level of unemployment benefit.’
  • 91) ‘This includes lowering the annual level of inflation to below 5 per cent.’
  • 92) ‘He said staffing levels were 20% below the level required to provide a basic service.’
  • 93) ‘Obvious examples are the excavation of building foundation and tunnels that extend below the water-table.’
  • 94) ‘There is adequate storage below the berths although hanging locker space is limited and there is no wet locker.’
  • 95) ‘Catwalks extended across the open spaces below me which were filled with machinery of different kinds.’
  • 96) ‘Males and females look the same, with white chins extending up just below the eyes and gray-brown caps.’
  • 97) ‘Memmel's cast, which had extended to just below her knee, was removed, but she is still on crutches.’
  • 98) ‘The acromion is hook-like and extends below the glenoid as in modern mammals.’
  • 99) ‘If the canker extends below the soil line, the entire vine must be removed.’
  • 100) ‘They extend both above and below the waistline, are wider in the center and taper to points at both ends.’
  • 101) ‘He states that to perform properly, the gas check cannot extend below the neck of a cartridge case.’
  • 102) ‘The team found large hot bubbles extending above and below a disk of gas along the equator of the galaxy.’
  • 103) ‘She looked down toward the ground and noticed a tree branch that extended out below her window.’
  • 104) ‘His target now was the doorway two floors below, straight underneath where he stood.’
  • 105) ‘Most older houses will have a crawl space below the boards.’
  • 106) ‘Cars would be banished to long tunnels running beneath the complex, and lorries and trucks to an even deeper tunnel network below them.’
  • 107) ‘Tunnels and caverns deep below the snowy-white building were the safest place for storing valuables.’
  • 108) ‘During the First World War 12,000 Allied soldiers sweated and tunnelled below the town.’
  • 109) ‘Drilled piles were used to extend the load below the expanse of surface soil.’
  • 110) ‘Rights in possession can extend both below the surface of the land and to the airspace above it.’
  • 111) ‘I had found an exit to the underground facility which led through a tunnel and ended below a janitor's closet.’
  • 112) ‘Standing, I shuffled into the kitchen and peered into the space below the sink.’
  • 113) ‘It fell a few feet below us, then came zooming back up straight at me.’
  • 114) ‘So he jumped below and spread the chart of Mag Bay out on the table and yelled soundings and direction to me.’
  • 115) ‘And one, two three....the young giant leapt into the Sea below.’
  • 116) ‘If you slip, you go tumbling over the roof into the expanse below.’
  • 117) ‘He fell past the tree and onto the ground below.’
  • 118) ‘Examine the vignettes below and then read the discussion that follows.’
  • 119) ‘By filling out the form below and then submitting it, you can report any injury or death involving consumer products to us, or report an unsafe product to us.’
  • 120) ‘You have the option of clicking on the subjects below or simply reading the interview from the beginning.’
  • 121) ‘Check out the simple virtual reality example below and then try one of the sites listed at the bottom of the page.’
  • 122) ‘This drops down parallel to another pitch described below and eventually the two merge.’
  • 123) ‘As will be presented below, this same level of analysis can be applied to other stay/leave models.’
  • 124) ‘Check out the sales ranks of the books below - this is a pretty good indication of how much we care about this problem.’
  • 125) ‘The table below gives the final rank for India in the Women's World Cup.’
  • 126) ‘The tables below rank the retailers in order of the quickest to respond and the friendliest reps.’
  • 127) ‘This can be combined with the suit ranking variation described below.’
  • 128) ‘But there are, of course, other tests, apart from the one adopted below and apart from the one that we pressed for.’
  • 129) ‘These analyses will be elaborated below and subsequently defended against various alternative analyses.’
  • 130) ‘The wind at the time the captain went below was blowing a fresh breeze from east-north-east, with a heavy sea, which increased to a violent gale; he was, however, not called until 2 o'clock.’
  • 131) ‘We did not think it very serious so went below again cursing the iceberg for disturbing us.’
  • 132) ‘I went below to rest, because I would be on watch later.’
  • 133) ‘Despite the excitement of my first sea voyage, I was asleep almost as soon as we went below to the cabin which I shared with my baby brother Charles, just seven months old.’
  • 134) ‘Eight o’clock came, and the watch went below, and, for the whole of the first hour, the ship was tearing on, with studding-sails out, alow and aloft, and the night as dark as a pocket.’
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