toe vs tow

toe tow

Definitions

  • 1) The terminal segment of an invertebrate's limb.
  • 2) One of the digits of a vertebrate foot.
  • 3) The part of a vertical shaft that turns in a bearing.
  • 4) Geology A protruding downslope end of an alluvial fan, glacier, or lava flow.
  • 5) The part of the head of a golf club farthest from the shaft.
  • 6) The forepart of a foot or hoof.
  • 7) The part of a sock, shoe, or boot that covers the digits of the foot.
  • 8) The lowest part of an embankment or dam.
  • 9) The lowest, outermost, or endmost part, as.
  • 10) A lateral projection at one end, or between the ends, of a piece, as a rod or bolt, by means of which it is moved.
  • 11) The journal, or pivot, at the lower end of a revolving shaft or spindle, which rests in a step.
  • 12) (Zoöl.) The fore part of the hoof or foot of an animal.
  • 13) (Med.) a morbid condition of the foot in which the toe is depressed and the heel elevated, as in talipes equinus. See Talipes.
  • 14) A projection from the periphery of a revolving piece, acting as a cam to lift another piece.
  • 15) (Zoöl.) a tadpole; a polliwig.
  • 16) Anything, or any part, corresponding to the toe of the foot.
  • 17) (Anat.) One of the terminal members, or digits, of the foot of a man or an animal.
  • 18) In machinery: A form of cam by which the valve-rods are lifted in the Stevens valve-gear for vertical river-boat engines.
  • 19) A projection from the foot-piece of an object to give it a broader bearing and greater stability.
  • 20) A piece of iron welded under the front of a horseshoe, opposite the heels, to prevent slipping. See cut under shoe.
  • 21) A barb, stud, or projection on a lock-bolt.
  • 22) An arm on the valve-lifting rod of a steam-engine.
  • 23) The end of a stocking, shoe, or boot which contains or covers the toes: as, square or round toes; a hole in the toe.
  • 24) A digit of either foot, fore or hind, of a quadruped, especially when there are three or more (a large single toe, or a pair of large toes, inclosed in horn, being commonly called hoof).
  • 25) In machinery:
  • 26) A digit of the foot, corresponding to a finger of the hand: as, the great toe; the little toe; the hind toe of a bird.
  • 27) The fore part, end, or tip of the hoof of an ungulate, as the horse.
  • 28) The lower end of a vertical shaft, as a mill-spindle, which rests in a step.
  • 29) In a car-wheel, the outer edge of the flange.— 9. The pointed end of the foot of an organ-pipe.— 10. In golf, the nose of a club. See nose, 5.
  • 30) To fasten or secure with obliquely driven nails or spikes.
  • 31) To touch, kick, or reach with the toe.
  • 32) To stand, walk, move, or be formed with the toes pointed in a specified direction.
  • 33) To set or adjust at an oblique angle. Used with in or out.
  • 34) To drive (a nail or spike) at an oblique angle.
  • 35) To drive (a golf ball) with the toe of the club.
  • 36) to stand or carry the feet in such a way that the toes of either foot incline toward the other.
  • 37) to have the toes of each foot, in standing or walking, incline from the other foot.
  • 38) To hold or carry the toes (in a certain way).
  • 39) To touch or reach with the toes; to come fully up to.
  • 40) (on (one's) toes) Ready to act; alert.
  • 41) Sports & Games (line/mark) To touch a mark or line with the toe or hands in readiness for the start of a race or competition.
  • 42) (step/tread) To hurt, offend, or encroach on the feelings, actions, or province of.
  • 43) (line/mark) To adhere to doctrines or rules conscientiously; conform.

Definitions

  • 1) An untwisted bundle of fibers such as cellulose acetate, flax, hemp or jute.
  • 2) A rope or cable used in towing.
  • 3) Something, such as a tugboat, that tows.
  • 4) Something, such as a barge, that is towed.
  • 5) The act of towing and the condition of being towed.
  • 6) A rope or cable used in towing.
  • 7) Something, such as a tugboat, that tows.
  • 8) The act or an instance of towing.
  • 9) Something, such as a barge or car, that is towed.
  • 10) A continuous untwisted bundle of manufactured fibers.
  • 11) Coarse broken flax or hemp fiber.
  • 12) The coarse and broken part of flax or hemp, separated from the finer part by the hatchel or swingle.
  • 13) A rope by which anything is towed; a towline, or towrope.
  • 14) That which is towed, or drawn by a towline, as a barge, raft, collection of boats, ect.
  • 15) The act of towing, or the state of being towed; -- chiefly used in the phrase, to take in tow, that is to tow.
  • 16) the act of hauling something (as a vehicle) by means of a hitch or rope
  • 17) In hecking, a quantity of hemp fibers sufficient for spinning a yarn 160 fathoms long. These fibers are passed twice through the heckle, and are then tied up into a bundle, which weighs about 3½ pounds.
  • 18) A rope.
  • 19) A vessel or number of vessels that are being towed.
  • 20) The coarse and broken part of flax or hemp separated from the finer part by the hatchel or swingle.
  • 21) The act of towing, or the state of being towed: generally with in: as, to take a disabled vessel in tow.
  • 22) transitive To pull something behind one using a line or chain; to haul.
  • 23) drag behind
  • 24) To draw or pull behind by a chain or line: synonym: pull.
  • 25) To draw or pull through the water, as a vessel of any kind, by means of a rope.
  • 26) (in tow) Under close guidance; in one's charge.
  • 27) (in tow) As a companion or follower.
  • 28) (in tow) In a condition of being towed.

Examples

  • 1) You go on the toe of one foot and then turn your knee inwards so your leg looks weird.
  • 2) It's in your face and head to toe.
  • 3) So, ditch those dowdy greys and dip a toe in the new blues.
  • 4) It's been two years now of dipping my toe into the pronoun pond.
  • 5) I am touching my toes for the first time in ages.
  • 6) After a minute of muffled screams she emerged washed and dried from head to toe, a hygienic shade of blue.
  • 7) I'm definitely finding it easier to touch my toes.
  • 8) Not one surgical scar between head and toe is to be permitted.
  • 9) With the correct lie the toe end of the club should be just off the ground.
  • 10) He has come a long way since first dipping a toe in the pool.
  • 11) Why do you want to touch your toes?
  • 12) The tiny pink sole came complete with five little toes.
  • 13) They also pulled out teeth with pliers and cut off fingers and toes.
  • 14) The lack of back means you need to grip the shoe with your toes.
  • 15) Other times we need to stick our toes in.
  • 16) Dressed head to toe in yellow she looked the spitting image of the cute character.
  • 17) Kept on his toes near the end.
  • 18) Then swing left leg forward and touch toe with left hand.
  • 19) It can also make your fingers and toes turn blue.
  • 20) I'VE got cracking and itching between my toes on one foot.
  • 21) Next must be a trim of those toe nails and a good all-round pedicure.
  • 22) The Finnish toe wave became part of family folklore and we vowed to go back for more.
  • 23) You wouldn't want to dip your toe in any rock pool this crab was in.
  • 24) It was clearly a man's toe nail.
  • 25) Instead of five toes on each foot, he had two.
  • 26) The term toe cutter is Australian slang for a person who lives by torturing other criminals, then robbing them.
  • 27) We know for certain, for example, that more employees in certain sectors, such as financial services, are engaging in what we term "toe dipping."
  • 28) Yes, a toe is a small part of the whole, but a broken toe is a huge pain.
  • 29) On the toe is the American eagle found on the US quarter, to represent the American dream the migrants are chasing.
  • 30) Shucks Bizrobrain [toe kicks dust like jimmy stewart]
  • 31) You must be "special" friends in order for you to communicate on a regular basis with him when all you are supposed toe is a website that lists what you have determined to be posers. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx sent me a message today saiying that my statement to you about never posting awards I didn't rate was an "outright lie" because my PUC ihad been posted at one time (it is not now).
  • 32) I think our superiority in toe-to-toe organized military combat weaponry has kept us out of fights with countries like Iran, China, and North Korea, and I think we should continue developing these kinds of weapons.
  • 33) The “toe is in the door” so to speak, and instead of whining about repealing it, repugs should have some integrity for a change and actually try to help Democrats make it better.
  • 34) ‘Though the toes of the human foot are generally not capable of independent or precise movement, the flexor muscles of the big toe are vital to our gait.’
  • 35) ‘I type this having regained the feeling in my fingers, toes, trapezius, gluteus maximus and cerebral cortex.’
  • 36) ‘A bunion occurs as a result of a deformity in the big toe known as hallux valgus, where hallux means the big toe and valgus means abnormal bending towards the other toes.’
  • 37) ‘He has broken the metatarsal bone alongside big toe, one of five such bones in each foot.’
  • 38) ‘The foot is normally structured so that the big toe is naturally in line with the long bone leading up to it (the first metatarsal) and all the toes spread outwards from this.’
  • 39) ‘Up until now a lot of attention has been paid to the effect of these shoes on the formation of bunions and on problems of the middle foot and big toe.’
  • 40) ‘I have a giant blister on the bottom of my big toe and my feet still hurt.’
  • 41) ‘A corn usually occurs on the tops of toes, especially the little toe, while a callus is found on the bottom of the foot.’
  • 42) ‘To do toe taps, all the toes are lifted off the floor and, keeping the heel on the floor and the outside four toes in the air, the big toe is tapped to the floor repetitively.’
  • 43) ‘If you put your index finger between your big toe and your second toe and then slide it up an inch toward your ankle, you can feel a pulse.’
  • 44) ‘Paul described how surgeons formed a new thumb on his right hand from the big toe on the foot that they had amputated hours earlier.’
  • 45) ‘Seven months ago, Joe awoke from a sound sleep with an awful pain in his big toe.’
  • 46) ‘He had distinctive brown eyebrows, wore dentures and was missing the big toe on his right foot.’
  • 47) ‘It can affect anywhere but usually attacks the big toes or feet and ankles.’
  • 48) ‘You may develop ulcerations on your lower legs, ankles, feet or toes.’
  • 49) ‘The pressure from the big toe pushing inwards affects the other toes.’
  • 50) ‘The videos show the fetus's fingers and toes, hair, muscles, facial features, and genitals and show it sucking a thumb or moving about.’
  • 51) ‘I had a jagged edge on the toenail on my big toe and it got caught in the heavy comforter on the bed while I was asleep and pulled half of my toenail off.’
  • 52) ‘But you can also have bursitis by your knee, heel and even in the base of your big toe.’
  • 53) ‘The surgery repaired a torn tendon that attached his big toe to his right foot.’
  • 54) ‘They have no eyelids, and all species have four fingers on each forelimb, five toes on each hind limb, and caudal fins.’
  • 55) ‘Their feet are not syndactylous, and the first toe of their hind feet is partially opposable.’
  • 56) ‘Therefore, we also drew a small sample of lymph from an incision made into the web between two toes of a hind foot.’
  • 57) ‘It likely used its muscled shoulders and the enlarged claw on the second toe of each forelimb to grasp its prey.’
  • 58) ‘They are ground birds, with very long hind toes and claws, like those of skylarks, and they have a habit of running about like wagtails, though without flicking their tails.’
  • 59) ‘The legs are short, and the feet are plantigrade and have 5 toes.’
  • 60) ‘In one genus, Rhynchocyon, this is carried to an extreme with the toes on the hind foot being reduced to three in number.’
  • 61) ‘The fourth toe of the hind foot is the longest and strongest.’
  • 62) ‘The hind feet of both animals bore just three toes; the front feet had three plus a greatly reduced fourth digit.’
  • 63) ‘The second and third toes of syndactylous species are mostly enclosed in a sheath of skin and appear fused, except for the claws.’
  • 64) ‘Their front feet have opposing digits and soft pads while their back feet have semi-webbed toes.’
  • 65) ‘These animals had two functional toes on their forefeet and one on their hindfeet, each with hoof-like claws.’
  • 66) ‘Wildcats have five toes on each of their forepaws, but only four toes on each back paw.’
  • 67) ‘As in the case of macropodid hind feet, the fourth toe is the longest and strongest.’
  • 68) ‘Like American Three-toed Woodpeckers, they have three rather than four toes on each foot.’
  • 69) ‘The feet had four functional toes, the two central ones being larger and of equal size.’
  • 70) ‘The forefeet have four toes, which are easily manoeuvrable and used for grasping.’
  • 71) ‘They have three toes like most ratites, and short middle phalanges.’
  • 72) ‘The foot bones are unfused and all four toes of each foot are functional and support the body.’
  • 73) ‘Legs are short and sturdy, with five toes on each foot, and claws that are strong, curved and semi-retractile.’
  • 74) ‘Cloth shoes do not provide this protection, nor does footwear with open toes and/or heels.’
  • 75) ‘I especially love the pointy toes and kitten heels, giving it extra style and some height, making it distinctly feminine.’
  • 76) ‘Her white woolen dress hung low, almost covering the toes of her own leather boots.’
  • 77) ‘She was wearing a pair of ankle-high, chocolate-colored suede boots with narrow toes and tall, stiletto heels.’
  • 78) ‘For the office, leather soles with closed toes are a fashion statement.’
  • 79) ‘Little turquoise straps secure an apple-green sole, squared-off at the toe.’
  • 80) ‘Her cloths weren't new, they were old and worn in and had holes in the knees and elbows and the toes of her sneakers were taped crudely.’
  • 81) ‘If you make the toes a different colour, you needn't worry about having the fading match or the dye lots and you can just keep knitting new toes as required.’
  • 82) ‘Put powder in shoes, making sure to sift down into the toes.’
  • 83) ‘The duo behind the jeans has come out with a line of the most adorable mocs yet, featuring brightly colored fur lining and whimsical beaded designs on the toe.’
  • 84) ‘The trend in dress shoes is more of a square toe, rather than wingtips.’
  • 85) ‘Anyway, just make sure they're flat and have a round toe and no strap.’
  • 86) ‘Here's another pair of ankle boots, only these boast a pointier toe.’
  • 87) ‘Also known as slides, these types of shoes feature open heels or toes, and come in a variety of styles, shapes and colors.’
  • 88) ‘I grabbed onto the ledge just outside the window and started climbing down by squeezing the toes of my sneakers into the nooks of the brick building.’
  • 89) ‘Then there was the rider from California who wore high fashion boots with pointy toes and four inch spike heels.’
  • 90) ‘I looked away from him and studied the toes of my sneakers as I tried to remember life before Dean.’
  • 91) ‘She looked down at the thick carpet of her room, digging the toe of her sneakers into the floral pattern.’
  • 92) ‘I dropped my cigarette to the ground and put it out with the toe of my sneakers.’
  • 93) ‘She wore long black stockings and one of her shoes was missing a sole and the other had a hole near the toes.’
  • 94) ‘Instead of just latching together via a single bar at the toe, these components make a second connection that stabilizes the ski.’
  • 95) ‘The turned tapering legs with carved upper sections and brass toes and castors are again typical of the William IV or early Victorian period.’
  • 96) ‘They wound up paddling through an ice maze on a lake at the toe of a glacier.’
  • 97) ‘By morning, though, the storm had lifted, revealing snow-capped mountains with their toes dipping into the rolling Pacific breakers.’
  • 98) ‘A visit to the Island would never be complete without a trip to The Needles - that jagged outcrop of brilliant white rock at the toe of the island.’
  • 99) ‘The following morning we climbed on, ascending steeply to reach the toe of the glacier that lead up to Syram and its unnamed pyramidal neighbour.’
  • 100) ‘Next, swing the club halfway down, keeping the toe up and the shaft parallel to the target line.’
  • 101) ‘Notice that the toe, not the face, of the golf club points to the sky.’
  • 102) ‘Once you're holding a club, you will get it pointing down the target line with the toe pointing up.’
  • 103) ‘A slightly shut clubface means the toe of the club points more out than normal when the shaft is parallel to the ground on the backswing.’
  • 104) ‘Sure enough, she's hitting balls off the hosel, she's hitting it off the toe.’
  • 105) ‘Also, with a flat lie angle, the toe could contact the ground first, sending the heel out in front and opening the clubface.’
  • 106) ‘That enables them to penetrate rough without the toe getting caught and opening the clubface.’
  • 107) ‘I like to see a player putt the ball off the center of the putter, not back toward the heel or up toward the toe.’
  • 108) ‘If the toe is up, then well-struck shots will go to the left and you will need to flatten the lie.’
  • 109) ‘The toe is going to catch the ground first and send the clubface wide open.’
  • 110) ‘Because 99 percent of us bring the putter back with the toe slightly open, most misses are going to be pushed outside the intended line.’
  • 111) ‘To be square, the toe of the club needs to point at the sky.’
  • 112) ‘Too many golfers hit the ball off the top of the clubhead, the bottom of the clubhead, the toe or the heel.’
  • 113) ‘Notice how the toe of the club is pointed straight up here - the sign of a square clubface.’
  • 114) ‘It also stops me from reaching for the ball so much and losing shots off the toe.’
  • 115) ‘If the toe is up in the air, either the club is too long or the lie angle too upright.’
  • 116) ‘When I'm halfway into my backswing, I want to make sure the clubface is square - with the toe pointed straight up.’
  • 117) ‘The key for me is playing the ball off the toe of my 60-degree wedge.’
  • 118) ‘I'm sure the first player to turn the clubhead over on its toe and hit a ball from the opposite side wasn't trying to be innovative.’
  • 119) ‘On those fast greens, I like to feel the toe of the club releasing, or fanning back to square, on the forward stroke.’
  • 120) ‘At the toe of the slope a rock pediment can be found.’
  • 121) ‘At the place where it sprang from the toe of the valley wall I crouched down to dip my fingers in the fresh water.’
  • 122) ‘It was decided to ignore the protective gabion walls alongside the toe of the embankment for the purpose of the ranking.’
  • 123) ‘Site 863 is located at the toe of the landward trench slope above the subducted Chile Ridge, just south of the Chile Triple Junction.’
  • 124) ‘Four ‘station stones’ set at the corners of a rectangle just inside the inner toe of the surrounding bank were also set up.’
  • 125) ‘He toed off his own shoes, setting them next to Tara's.’
  • 126) ‘Out in the hall, Celia toed off her slides and fought to fit her light jacket in among the several already stuffed into the closet.’
  • 127) ‘Chloe toed off her sneakers then looked around, scrutinizing the room before company arrived.’
  • 128) ‘She toed off her shoes and lay down next to him, staring up at the constellation they had placed on his ceiling.’
  • 129) ‘Teigue wordlessly toed off his shoes, letting them hit the floor with two dull thuds.’
  • 130) ‘It's only a walk, but couples come down to the water, toeing shells through the sand, the surf through the sound underneath.’
  • 131) ‘I toed him a bit and he started to run away so I pinned him against the step with my mouse-kickers and called into the house for someone to come dispose of the furry creature.’
  • 132) ‘Aaron toes the ground with sincere humility, politely waiting out the pleasantries so he can get back to the field.’
  • 133) ‘‘Yeah,’ she mumbled and toed the ground with the tip of her dull black shoe.’
  • 134) ‘Out on the field, he watched the opposing pitchers as they warmed up, noting how they set up on the mound, toeing the left or right side or middle of the rubber.’
  • 135) ‘Whether the wheels are toed in or out, casters like this are prone to dynamic instability (wheel wobble) at higher speeds unless additional damping is provided.’
  • 136) ‘The main wheels can be toed out allowing the aircraft to turn into the wind while the decklock harpoon remains engaged.’
  • 137) ‘It has two test wheels (free running) toed in at 20 degrees to the longitudinal axis of the test vehicles.’

Examples

  • 1) You can't help but sympathise with some of the moaning drivers as their cars are towed away.
  • 2) If the mechanism fails while locked, you have to have the car towed as well as repaired.
  • 3) When her truck is parked in the wrong place and towed away she faces a $300 bill to get it back.
  • 4) These barges were often towed by horses or mules from footpaths on the shore.
  • 5) We had to get towed or she would sink.
  • 6) The only problem was they towed the car away.
  • 7) You need to have it towed away or the key now.
  • 8) They waited and the car got towed by another car to the farm.
  • 9) Vehicles were also towed away and arrests made.
  • 10) We were being towed along inch by inch across the floor of the mosque.
  • 11) Chefs will tell you that fishing with lines towed behind small boats delivers the best quality fish.
  • 12) Burning barges were being towed out to sea.
  • 13) It caused traffic congestion in the area and council workers were called to tow the car out.
  • 14) We do not realise his car was towed away that morning.
  • 15) The aircraft had been involved in another accident while towing a banner four years ago.
  • 16) The explosives were defused and the vehicle was towed to a safe location.
  • 17) Racing along a beach towing a surfer?
  • 18) This would not include you getting his vehicle towed away.
  • 19) Then gently, he backed his ship away and towed them all clear.
  • 20) Instead, they get a tow into position from a jet ski.
  • 21) The ship was towed back and beached at Redcar.
  • 22) The boat was towed into port and the shore team is now waiting for the arrival of ultrasound equipment to assess the damage.
  • 23) Think of it as a towing vehicle and you're likely to be happier with its capabilities.
  • 24) The ship was towed away amid fears its 27 tonnes of diesel could cause an eco disaster.
  • 25) The lake in the park has a huge cable tow system so you don't need an individual boat to try the sport.
  • 26) I had to tuck back in behind again and get the tow off him and was able to get him into turn one.
  • 27) I very rarely venture to the butcher, as even the supermarket with Tiefling in tow is too much to contemplate most days, so while kid-free today I not only got to go to the butcher, I got to peruse the dead cow selections before making my choice.
  • 28) Any piece of water with my dog in tow is my new favorite.
  • 29) The plot, about police investigator Stewart trying to nab a criminal while being unlawfully pursued with daffy poetess Colbert in tow, is too lightweight — and the characters spend too much time pointlessly arguing — for me to care.
  • 30) Bunch of marines, with Sigourney Weaver, in tow, is harassed by a corporate big wig, this time played by Giovanni Ribisi, instead of Paul Riser.
  • 31) Cycling to work with a limo in tow is up there with hug-a-hoodie.
  • 32) At 03: 00 the lifeboat was in tow but choppy conditions meant she was yawing dangerously.
  • 33) Or witnessing the continuous struggle of the young mom to visit him, baby in tow, at the facility two hours away.
  • 34) If these trips are so God-awful, why are the spouses in tow?
  • 35) ‘They particularly want to hear from the occupants of two vehicles, a white caravanette and a car towing a caravan, who may have seen the accident.’
  • 36) ‘Not only cars pass me at these speeds but lorries and, would you believe, cars towing caravans!’
  • 37) ‘An hour or two later, the ferry tows the gigs home.’
  • 38) ‘A fleet of classic tractors tow passenger-carrying trailers around the perimeter road, taking visitors to the prime viewing locations all around the circuit.’
  • 39) ‘Most current visitors come by car, though a good many of these vehicles are also towing boats.’
  • 40) ‘A member has recently alerted us to a potential insurance problem with regard to towing boat trailers with hired vehicles.’
  • 41) ‘His vehicle, which was towing a trailer, had a hydraulic winch, used for driving fence posts, mounted on the front.’
  • 42) ‘He will be supported by his wife and two friends travelling in a back-up vehicle towing a caravan.’
  • 43) ‘Unless you tow a boat or trailer, or need an SUV to earn a living, is an eight-cylinder engine worth the extra cost of taking out a large loan?’
  • 44) ‘Officers spotted the car, which was towing a speed boat on a trailer, being driven erratically.’
  • 45) ‘It was followed on the road by a van towing a trailer and behind that again was a car, which collided with the back of the trailer.’
  • 46) ‘So if you're a looking for something to tow a large boat or caravan this vehicle certainly has the horses under the bonnet to do so with ease.’
  • 47) ‘Another factor was that big cars would always be needed to tow boats and caravans, he said.’
  • 48) ‘In the past, the police have had to tow vehicles out of the way because buses cannot come through.’
  • 49) ‘Presumably that hitch is used to tow a boat, or a big camping trailer, or something like that.’
  • 50) ‘Following a whopping breakfast we followed guide Greg, towing the boat with his pick-up truck, down to the boat ramp.’
  • 51) ‘There were parking attendants and tow trucks there issuing tickets and towing vehicles away.’
  • 52) ‘Traffic coming up the busy main road was directed around the smashed cars for about an hour until both vehicles were towed away.’
  • 53) ‘Crew members have been ordered to wear gas masks until the ship is towed to port, which may take several days.’
  • 54) ‘After towing the boat off the beach, locals left it anchored just off the coast.’
  • 55) ‘The shops are filled with wealthy women towing toddlers called Jamie or Arabella.’
  • 56) ‘You could tow him out to a village fête and charge children 50p to bounce on him.’
  • 57) ‘He passes me, and I tuck in behind, letting him tow me along.’
  • 58) ‘She came clear, and I started towing her with one hand.’
  • 59) ‘Not to mention I had to miss half of my afternoon classes just so that he could tow me around.’
  • 60) ‘With that, the boy grabbed the girl's hand and took off towards the front of the car, towing the girl along behind him.’
  • 61) ‘We stopped to give a tow to that stranded boat, the one with the two families on it.’
  • 62) ‘Realising the going would not be good on the Knavesmire for heavy traffic they decided to offer a tow to vehicles taking part in the Northern Motor Caravan Show.’
  • 63) ‘And if you find yourself getting tired, Matti will happily start up the outboard on his boat (outside Kolovesi NP) and give you a tow.’
  • 64) ‘If you are on a curve or the tow is fishtailing, the surge brake system will not be 100% and the rear of the tow vehicle can be pushed sideways by the inertia of the tow.’
  • 65) ‘When a crab boat breaks down (a regular occurrence) and a tow is needed, the day is a loss while the rig is repaired.’
  • 66) ‘A tow was arranged and the stricken boat was towed back to Derbyhaven.’
  • 67) ‘A short drive, and $106 later (and that was relatively cheap for a tow of that distance) we were at the workshop and dropped the car off to be looked at.’
  • 68) ‘This caused a huge headache and expense including a tow across the country by the RAC and the cost of a replacement car.’
  • 69) ‘Last time I cycled it was in Exeter, where drivers often try to save cyclists energy, by hooking cyclists on their wing mirrors, and giving them a tow for the next 50 yards.’
  • 70) ‘The naval antenna system's 60-ton anchor is complicating the tow.’
  • 71) ‘When that gave out they had to take a tow at 60 miles an hour from the Ford Corsair with very dodgy brakes - ‘terrifying’.’
  • 72) ‘towing with a brash sort of horse would be a bit like having a tow from a brash kind of driver who let out the clutch too suddenly - perhaps pulling off a front bumper.’
  • 73) ‘Above, a mechanical fault meant the Flying Scotsman needed a tow to get to York.’
  • 74) ‘The worst would have cost an extra £120 and seen us forced to take a tow all the way home.’
  • 75) ‘Their only way out was to accept a tow from a large cargo ship.’
  • 76) ‘The Kiwis, in rather sharp contrast, opened a can of cold baked beans, were rostered to wash the dishes and clean the kitchen and ate their own sandwiches on the tow out to the Hauraki Gulf.’
  • 77) ‘To receive reimbursement consideration, the invoice must be submitted within 90 days of the tow.’
  • 78) ‘But also there was the cost of the tow, which was an additional 300 baht.’
  • 79) ‘The macrotubule home was now on its way down to a horizontal position in the water to make ready for the tow out to our departure point.’
  • 80) ‘She ran under the wing and corrected, so I began the tow and she lifted into the air.’
  • 81) ‘They were full of accounts of winter Sundays at a nearby country club that had just installed a rope tow and, even more maddening, of weekend ski trips to New Hampshire.’
  • 82) ‘When five-year-old Andrew strapped on skis for the first time, he begged his parents to let him go up the rope tow alone.’
  • 83) ‘Don't miss the tubing slope serviced by a rope tow - you'll feel like you're 10 again as you soar down the slopes on your Flexible Flyer.’
  • 84) ‘The 40-year-old ski area started out with a chairlift and a rope tow.’
  • 85) ‘I was a little nervous to ride because the night before, I had hyperextended my arm in a stupid fall when I lost my balance riding a rope tow.’
  • 86) ‘You'll find a steep slope, a rope tow, and a warming house that rents inner tubes of radical proportions.’
  • 87) ‘A thrown line and a tow got her back to the anchor-line, and down we went.’
  • 88) ‘By 1974, the rope tow moved up to Silver Star Mountain.’
  • 89) ‘If I had been a beginner skier with so little time on the mountain, I'd still be belly-flopping off the rope tow.’
  • 90) ‘She couldn't get off the rope tow and ended up going to the top of the mountain.’
  • 91) ‘For non-skiing fun in the snow, people of any age can find thrills on the groomed tubing hill with its individual lanes and rope tow.’
  • 92) ‘After our morning indoor session, we hit the trails and skied to Duke's Ski Trail, an old downhill slope with a now defunct rope tow powered by a car.’
  • 93) ‘The Cleethorpes boat put two men on board, despite four-metre high waves, the tow was connected and slowly the bigger lifeboat started to drag the trawler out of the surf.’
  • 94) ‘After towing Warrnambool for about 15 minutes over a distance of 2 miles at slow speed, the tow was cast off and recovered by Warrnambool.’
  • 95) ‘Though she was taken in tow by the steam tug Dominion, she was filling rapidly and in two hours, before they reached water shallow enough to beach her, the tow had to be cast off.’
  • 96) ‘The only good thing is releasing from the tow safely, at any attitude, with no tension or with outrageously high tension.’
  • 97) ‘It was so much easier that I could fiddle with my zipper with one hand, and not even be concerned about the tow.’
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