How To Use Bottom In A Sentence

  • He pulled himself up and stumbled to the bathroom, where he turned on the cold tap and collapsed at the bottom of the shower, barely awake.
  • For example, I see in yonder cupboard near which you are standing, several of what you call boxes (but like everything else in Flatland, they have no tops nor bottoms) full of money; I see also two tablets of accounts. Flatland: a romance of many dimensions (Illustrated)
  • If you manage your overhead costs properly, you will impact directly on your bottom line cost base.
  • The trails should provide a skiing flow so there aren't too many long uphills or sharp turns at the bottom of steep downhills.
  • But the bears priced at the bottom level will not be vintage, and certainly will not be by any of these makers.
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  • At the bottom of the trunk she found a set of white undergarments including lacy petticoats and a full corseted bodice.
  • When he looks at you like that, you feel like you're standing at the verge of a bottomless abyss, a void so deep that it has its own mystical gravitation.
  • Harte fired the ball into the bottom corner before heading for the corner flag to celebrate.
  • At the bottom of the monument, below the Ten Commandments, there are two small Stars of David and also two Greek letters, chi and rho, superimposed over each other to represent the name Christ. The Conservative Assault on the Constitution
  • The air time is sold by broadcast bottom feeders who could care less about anything beyond profit margins.
  • Sign your name at the bottom of the page, please.
  • Is being apart from the room bottom certainly highly place establishment lamina cribrosa.
  • Or should I just accept the fact that fate has dealt me a card from the bottom of the deck and move on?
  • A table at the bottom compared the calorie content of 100 ml of beer with the same amount of gin, rum, whisky, cognac and wine.
  • This was their fourth defeat in a row and leaves them mired in the bottom three. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such bottom-land as borders the Pamunkey river, for example, might be called undulating, compared to the general greater flatness of the whole great region under consideration. Agricultural, Geological, and Descriptive Sketches of Lower North Carolina, and the Similar Adjacent Lands
  • This can be very important since some fish will inhabit silty area in preference to hard bottoms.
  • In other matches University made it two wins in a row with a 4-2 win over Whippersnappers, although University slipped back to their bad habits and defaulted the bottom two boards.
  • The petticoat is very easy to make, too ... just cut the fabric to the right length (front & back piece), stitch sides, add lace at the bottom, sew a casing at the top for elastic & then add elastic & stitch opening closed! Year Around Feminine Fashions
  • At the bottom of the staircase a door opens into the white painted kitchen, where a small cooker supports an oversized kettle. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cover the bottom of each ramekin with some reserved caramel and set aside in the refrigerator until set, about two minutes.
  • Each is stamped on the bottom with the address of the house the wood came from. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tuesday, 19 February 2008 first signs of spring - centre piece of the month february pick whatever flowers you get at the supermarket to make this little basket filled with flowers. ranunculus are my favourites and available all over the place at the moment, so i chose to put them into this flowery centrepiece. the orchid is quite fancy but you just really need one to pimp this up (and it keeps for ever!). a rose or two, some ivy and green leaves from the forest and you are all set. to get started line a basket with some foil and trim on the edges. soak some floral foam in water and place in the basket, when soaked wet (can be really, really wet - it will have to work as a vase to the flowers), eventually cut and trim the floral on the edges, so that it resembles an arch. trim flowers and green leaves and stick into pot. start doing so on the bottom of foam, working upwards until you have an even flowery centrepiece. make sure foam stays moist - adding some water from time to time. Archive 2008-02-01
  • We regret to announce the death of our chairman, Alfred Sidebottom.
  • The property takes up the bottom two floors of a Grade II-listed Regency terrace and comes with a share of the freehold.
  • This conundrum poses two questions: First: does collective stupidity actually have a bottom limit or is it some kind of great cosmic suckhole from which reason and common sense simply cannot escape? The End-of-the-World Survival Kit
  • Japanese green tea drinkers also consume less sodium than fat-bottomed American fizzy drink lovers.
  • Ugh, I've got something horrible on the bottom of my shoe!
  • Annoyingly, the Critical Care was at the bottom of this mug, requiring a little bit of inginuity from Irwin here - namely ramming his paw in and jiggling about a bit. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • At the bottom were the Théâtre de la Gaieté for pantomimes and harlequinades, the Porte-Saint-Martin Theatre for melodramas, and the Théâtre des Variétés for ‘little plays of the bawdy, vulgar or rustic genres'.
  • Linda Evangelista had the shortest hair with a bob to the bottom of her neck.
  • Black belts were strapped tightly across the waists and two of the men had an additional girdle across their broad chests from top left to bottom right.
  • Each evening, before retiring, the careful wife sees that a hocho, or kitchen knife, is laid upon the kitchen floor, and covered with a kanadarai, or brazen wash - basin, on the upturned bottom of which is placed a single straw sandal, of the noiseless sort called zori, also turned upside down. Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan Second Series
  • The core mantle boundary is a complex and dynamic area that churns and chugs as the liquid iron core roils at the bottom of the rock-like mantle.
  • Can you type the additional figures in at the bottom of the page?
  • He flapped up to his apartment in his ruined shoes, found his keys in the bottom of the buff envelope. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • Make a mark at the bottom of the page.
  • Footnotes are given at the bottom of each page.
  • It's not just the flummery - the full-bottomed wigs, men walking backwards and so on - but the way this exercise in constitutional theatre is playing to the wrong audience.
  • The 88-year-old coble, a flat-bottomed fishing boat, had survived a direct hit by a stick bomb in 1943, which went right through her hull.
  • There is a piece of soggy tissue stuck to the bottom of my shoe. Times, Sunday Times
  • I changed into a pair of black bell-bottoms and a white keyhole peasant shirt that had lace on the cuffs.
  • Pigfish (Orthopristis chrysoptera) are in the grunt family and are another good bait for most bottom fish.
  • Krein said staying right on bottom is critical here, because that's where the candlefish are, and thus the chinook. HeraldNet.com Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News
  • Keeley is about to start filming the new Michael Winterbottom movie, Tristram Shandy, co-starring Steve Coogan.
  • Plastic Grids were placed in the bottom of the main vat to stop the fish from being sucked into the pump inlet.
  • How the books (not having been chosen with reference to this great event) were of awkward sizes, and did not make comfortable paving for the bottom of the trunk; whilst folded stockings may be called the packer's delight, from their usefulness to fill up corners. Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances
  • The sludge from the bottom of the swamp that the dredge hauls up dripping and oozing at least has substance: you can dry it out, look at it through a microscope, describe it, or flush it down the toilet.
  • Ancient parfleche and quillwork designs are reinterpreted in beadwork, a craft that arose in the post-Contact era, when glass beads became available beaded moccasins, right, $125 and up; baby mocs shown in additional photos at bottom, $35-$80; Melvin Miner beaded rattle, below, $70. Stephanie Woodard: Adventure Shopping Alert: Sale on Fine Lakota Crafts
  • Besides, double bottom fermentation and multiple bottom fermentation are simple and effective measures.
  • There, taped to the bottom, was a small plastic bag of amphetamines.
  • If the heat has been moderate, and not continued too long, the golden-coloured fcaly porous mafsj called aurum mu - fivum, will be found at the bottom of the veflel; but, if it has been too ftroitg, the - aurum mufivum fufes to a black mafs of a ftriated texture. The first principles of chemistry
  • I can assure readers that a piece of spaghetti that has festered in the bottom of a sink for 24 hours looks much the same.
  • When I went for my walk this afternoon there was still no sign of snow, though the drifts of fallen May blossom along the hedge bottoms kept my mind on the topic.
  • Haze Blankets Singapore Vivek Prakash/Reuters A combination photo showed Singapore's financial district on a clear day on Sept. 11, top, and shrouded in haze on Thursday, bottom. Indonesia Seeks to Stem Haze
  • To get to the lodge he was staying in, Jeff and I had to park at the bottom of a ski slope and ride up on this crazy contraption called a funicular-basically a posh leather bound trolley that slides up the side of a hill. Comments for BrightestYoungThings
  • Neither side show ambition as the dismal opening round hits rock bottom. Times, Sunday Times
  • WINDING ALONG HIGH ground where tall oaks, maples, and hickories crowded the sky, we descended to a swampy bottom filled with palmettos, water oaks, gums, and bald cypresses. Fire The Sky
  • Once the cut has been made, scrape the inside using an old spoon to remove all the seeds and membrane attached to the sides and bottom of the gourd.
  • Take a chopper and then break the backbones near the bottom of the cut (this is called chining).
  • Unloaded the top is about parallel with the bottom, so it sags nicely with a laptop on top. $8 DIY Aluminum Laptop Stand | Lifehacker Australia
  • In a wok or heavy-bottomed frying pan, heat the lard or bacon fat. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is scumbling with charcoal at the bottom and at the top, some of it painted over with white.
  • Near Australia, catsharks have been observed inhabiting ledges and caves, seagrass or kelp beds, coastal reefs, and both sandy and rocky bottoms.
  • Around his neck he wore his white robe, the bottom of which was stained red by the blood that now defiled the sacred hall's floor.
  • She was always strutting around like she was a goddess or something, on more then one occasion she swatted me on the bottom with her staff.
  • The pants were straight legged, so they didn't show any bony legs and yet at the bottom, they still showed the right amount of skin, with no bruising.
  • There was two or three chairs, that might have been worth, in their best days, from eightpence to a shilling a – piece; a small deal table, an old corner cupboard with nothing in it, and one of those bedsteads which turn up half way, and leave the bottom legs sticking out for you to knock your head against, or hang your hat upon; no bed, no bedding. Sketches by Boz
  • This general rule of construction should especially guide a court of admiralty in interpreting a contract of bottomry and respondentia.
  • Installation is difficult as you must remove door and trim a required amount off bottom.
  • The world number one played a simple safety shot to leave the white ball on the bottom cushion and Doherty played the ball deadweight into the pack of reds.
  • He's been a top club manager, he's got his coaching badges, he knows the game from top to bottom.
  • While there are plenty of party girls still sporting low-slung bell bottoms, the hippest in the crowd are swishing around in kicky full skirts, miniskirts and skirts with dipping hemlines.
  • First, we have in the bottom from which the mere structure of an ovary is deduced, the normal dicarpellary structure, and there is in addition a tendency in excess toward a parietal placentation. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • Place the cheese on the bottom of the pie shells.
  • Two strips of wood, about an inch square, called riffle-bars, were nailed across the bottom of the cradle-box, one at the middle and the other near the lower end. The Cave of Gold A Tale of California in '49
  • Spoon from the bottom of the dish. Times, Sunday Times
  • Google says they will be, quote, "unobtrusive" -- uh-huh, likely story -- and will appear at the bottom of some of the videos for 10 seconds. CNN Transcript Aug 22, 2007
  • These were flat-bottomed craft with a shallow draft, and were lowered from the davits of larger troop-carrying merchantmen, like lifeboats.
  • The bottom line is we would dearly love some government assistance there.
  • Down at the bottom, in a frozen lake of ice, you'll find it.
  • With a foul bottom we're only making 5 knots and I can't turn quickly enough, so we do a flying gybe, break a spreader on the main, almost throw the guests overboard, lose some cushions, douse sails, and tuck into Lameshur Bay, St. John.
  • They could produce a chilling effect on press freedom, empowering only the company with bottomless pockets and the rich individual with a limitless appetite for complaints. Times, Sunday Times
  • He looked at her in her cow print pajama bottoms and sweat jacket.
  • We landed hard with a shower of sparks and a few rusty pieces of metal coming from the bottom of the van.
  • Stuff the bottom of the sap bucket, if necessary, with packing peanuts, moss, a ball of newspaper or other lightweight material.
  • Her eyes moved about in worry and she began to chew her bottom lip nervously.
  • Though the bottom ten feet or so had been polished smooth, the flanks higher up were like crumbling battlements. Tuning the Rig: A Journey to the Arctic
  • After lowering the bait, feel the sinker tap bottom, quickly reel in a few turns to take the rig clear of the snaggy rock bottom and wait for the fish to find the bait.
  • I sat down on the stairs, petted Cleo, leafed through my stack of mail piled in a mound on the bottom stair.
  • Dear teacher, thank you for illuminating my voyage of life with your own light of life. My grateful sentiments come from the bottom of my heart.
  • Truth lies [is] at the bottom of a well. 
  • Click the icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
  • I can smell something nasty in the bottom of the fridge.
  • The bottom of the tube was fitted with a rubber bung.
  • So the bottom line is that just about any car, even one powered by bio-diesel, is eco-unfriendly to some degree. A fast food morning with the Tesla Roadster Sport - Boing Boing
  • These uncomfortable lumps are caused by too much pressure on the blood vessels around your bottom. The Sun
  • The bottom line is that the state will continue to evolve from the traditional welfare role towards an agent of modernisation and structural reform.
  • The authentic beaded doll had large gold neck rings, so we added strips of silver foil paper around the top and bottom of our cups with tacky craft glue to simulate precious metal.
  • We have made certain that the reason of the splined spindle rapture is fatigue failure, its crack initiation lies in the minimal knuckle curvature radius surface region of the spline dedendum bottom.
  • Nothing was different except for a large mousehole shape gap in the bottom of the awning where the intrepid explorer had made his escape.
  • The doctrine of Moses and the Prophets, identical at bottom with that of the ancient Egyptians, also had its outward meaning and its veils.
  • The one concession to modernity is a notice at the bottom of the page which says that items in bold print are organic and certified by the Soil Association.
  • It takes nearly two hours to reach the bottom at a depth of just over 3, 000 meters.
  • How did you get from rock bottom to the snowy peaks? Times, Sunday Times
  • viewing subaqueous fauna from a glass-bottomed boat
  • For instance, layer a crewneck periwinkle short-sleeved t-shirt over my long sleeve grey heather t , allowing the bottom of the grey heather to extend below the hem of the periwinkle to create an easy, layered look. Red Room: Deborah Lindquist: Bring Your Summer Wardrobe into Fall -- the Green Way
  • Georgetown (pop 300) and Normanton (pop 2500) both small isolated towns at the bottom of Gulf of Carpentaria. Phil Jones and Australian Billabongs « Climate Audit
  • And we have studies looking at organisms from sponges to sharks, looking at the food chain, both on the bottom of the ocean and also on the extreme layer of - a very thin layer called the neuston, the very surface of the ocean. Assessing The BP Spill's Impact
  • The top and bottom line of each column on the page should align.
  • When I say "value", I'm not using that term abstractly - I mean the bottom line, practical dollars and cents value of visual effects to the film, television and video game industries. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • I was trying to run in platform shoes, bell-bottoms and a long coat.
  • The top selling non-fiction book Blink is coining mucho bling for Malcolm Gladwell, yet in 1997 Gladwell wrote a New Yorker article called "The Sports Taboo: Why blacks are like boys and whites are like girls," which made exactly the same argument as Larry Summers made about what is innately different in the capabilities of males and females -- that men have a larger standard deviation on many traits, so there are more men at the top and bottom of the bell curves. Archive 2005-02-27
  • At auction, cherished memories are trashed as treasured possessions are sifted and ascribed their price in the name of the bottom line.
  • There in a window above the altar was Mary and her story, the annunciation and visitation; at the bottom of the window there was also a depiction of the donors, The Guild of Bakers.
  • A line of description at the bottom of the last page that sends the camera slowly tracking back… so the audience can catch its breath gather its thoughts, and leave the cinema with dignity.
  • Fuel and tankers became so scarce in the spring of 1942 that oil was scavenged from the unsalvageable battleships still resting on the bottom of Battleship Row.
  • The thatching is begun at the apex of the roof on boards and worked towards the bottom. Bunratty Castle, Ireland « Colleen Anderson
  • Contrarians might take the view that there is still not enough bearishness or panic in the market to warrant a bottom.
  • That right hand with the machine started at the ugly hair on the bottom back of little Ralphie's bumper crop of uncombable hair. NY Daily News
  • These are all displayed in giant bottom drawers. Times, Sunday Times
  • They discover some pirate treasure at the bottom of the ocean, while looking ripped, tanned and clad in the skimpiest of skimpy clothes.
  • Put a layer of fine gravel into the bottom of the plant pot for drainage.
  • * bling bling* how do u make the chain photo frames at the bottom? so nice! Giddy Tigers
  • From the bottom of his heart, he concurred in the moral necessity of his annihilation.
  • They sank the barge by making a hole in the bottom.
  • Using a paring knife or a melon ball scoop, hollow out the bottom of the cake, keeping the removed section intact.
  • Her mouth was watering as she entered the tavern on the bottom level of the inn.
  • By pressing a button on the bottom, water mixes with quicklime, producing a chemical reaction that heats the coffee.
  • Then, I sit up, with my hands pressed to a bottom board of the shelf, pushing myself upwards.
  • He had printed his name in capitals at the bottom of the picture.
  • Luxembourg have entered the World Cup 15 times and finished bottom of their qualifying group every time.
  • NASA said the word "ullage" comes from the French term "ouillage," used in winemaking to describe the space between wine and the top of a storage container. In this case, it refers to the space at the top of the first stage fuel tank and the need to push the fuel to the bottom of the tank. Latest News - UPI.com
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  • It's what we call exploring a bottom to this market. CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2008
  • He reached the bottom of the steps in no time.
  • _ It has been shewn by Dr. Priestley and Mr. Ingenhouz that the green matter at the bottom of cisterns, and the fresh leaves of plants immersed in water, give out considerable quantities of vital air in the sun-shine; that is, the perspirable matter of plants (which is water much divided in its egress from their minute pores) becomes decomposed by the sun's light, and converted into two kinds of air, the vital and inflammable airs. The Botanic Garden A Poem in Two Parts. Part 1: the Economy of Vegetation
  • Instead, it sent cold water from the bottom of lake into the river via outlet pipes, bypassing the turbines.
  • Roots begin to creep out from the bottom of the pot around drainage holes or they peek through the top soil.
  • Sprinkle about half a teaspoon of the cocoa nibs onto the bottom of each ramekin, if using. Set aside.
  • I was wearing my tracksuit bottoms and a hoodie and just went to see what it was like. The Sun
  • Divided into top and bottom terraces, both provide an incredible view to the Black Sea.
  • Heat the oil in a heavy-bottomed pan and add the beef.
  • Phosphor is clearly named for the pale, luminous green that animates a thick, pythonlike convolution which winds up from the bottom of the horizontal canvas and takes several loops around itself before exiting at the top.
  • Check it every fifteen to twenty minutes, stirring and scraping the bottom of the pot to make sure the meat is not sticking or, God forbid, scorching.
  • Why is the bottom end of the music spectrum so boomy and annoying? links for 2008-04-21 « Skid Roche
  • LaBarbera made 25 saves for the Kings, who have lost four of six and remain mired at the bottom of the Western Conference standings. USATODAY.com
  • As the lunar disk cleared the horizon, it appeared that a chunk had been taken out of its bottom.
  • Sales last month failed to add to the company's bottom line.
  • The steam locomotive was travelling backwards from Rawtenstall to Ramsbottom, pulling three carriages carrying 20 passengers.
  • He stuck their faces on giant billboard ads across the country, only to suffer the ignominy of their returns languishing at the bottom of the performance tables. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bottom comes up to eighty feet, which makes it impossible to duck under anything larger than a motorboat. NIMITZ CLASS
  • For example, if you've painted the bottom of your bodyboard, take a picture of it and send it in.
  • At the macroscopic scale, samples held in test-tubes spontaneously demix under the influence of gravity into a top isotropic phase and a bottom birefringent nematic phase.
  • Will my spirit fly upward to a happy heaven? or shall I sink into the bottomless pit, an outcast from a God of infinite love? American Indian Stories
  • bight," which gave us, at high tide, a few square feet of sand-beach between the sea and the bottom of the hill. Two Years Before the Mast
  • The most prominent of these lessons is that bottom-up infrastructure succeeds and sometimes even spectacularly.
  • Do that again and you'll get your bottom smacked.
  • The outlets on the bottom of the individual hoppers are controlled by a rod that runs the length of the trailer.
  • Always taking out of the meal-tub and never putting in, soon comes to the bottom
  • Wine makers now can siphon the wine from one barrel to the next in order to leave the solids, called pomace, in the bottom of the fermenting tank. Berks county news
  • Laid out on the bed was a long sleeved, shapeless, faded black dress with patches at the bottom.
  • The team trolled the ocean's bottom with high-resolution video cameras to collect data about geologic features that allowed volcanologists to make the first-ever computer simulations of eruptions under the sea.
  • Law is a bottomless pit.
  • Fish biologists descend in bathyspheres and submarines to the deepest oceanic canyon, and trawlers scrape up odd saltwater nematodes and mollusks from the bottom sediments.
  • The first thing we're going to do is to give the states, the counties, and the cities the right to design what we call bottoms-up initiatives. Presidents Speech In Cleveland
  • Nor do you, but at least mine has a logical explanation while yours merely relies on a fresh ladleful from the bottomless pit of bile that constitutes discourse from the right these days. Discourse.net: White House Puts its Media Skills to Work on Diplomacy
  • The sunken sailing-boat was a glimmer of white on the bottom.
  • The parser works in bottom-up, breadth-first manner and uses a chart for efficiency.
  • It is a complete circle and then down on the bottom half there is a semicircle with a little circle above it.
  • I don't measure a man's success by how high he climbs but how high he bounces when he hits bottom.
  • Walker, standing at the foot of the shaft waiting for the answering signal from above, heard the noise and the rush of Mag's body as it bumped from side to side in its mad descent, and starting back, he was just in time to get clear as the mangled mass of rags and blood and pulpy flesh fell with a loud splashy thud at the bottom, the blood spattering and "jauping" him and the bottomer, and blinding their eyes as it flew all over them. The Underworld The Story of Robert Sinclair, Miner
  • We had chosen terracotta tiles for the floor and bottom half of the walls, and white tiles for the top, but did not specify in writing that we wanted white grouting.
  • The silence of the night pictures itself before him in the form of an endless expanse of perfectly calm, dark water, which has overflowed everything and congealed; there is not a ripple on it, not a shadow of a motion, and neither is there anything within it, although it is bottomlessly deep. The Man Who Was Afraid
  • They are not caught in the cheap food syndrome, the race to the bottom, the chase for the lowest cost of production globally.
  • Tribes of these red-bottomed monkeys regularly overrun government office compounds.
  • As these three examples demonstrate, the "one-China principle" has been used by the PRC as a means of waging its "legal warfare" to incorporate Taiwan and to accomplish its bottom-line goal of de jure unification, as explicitly stated by its declared intent to use military force if necessary under the "anti-secession law" of 2005 to "reunify" Taiwan. Jamestown Foundation: All Publications
  • ‘They saw us,’ he panted as he quickly toppled a suit of armor and wedged it up against the bottom of the door.
  • In a thick bottomed pan put in all ingredients except the first extract of coconut milk, tomatoes and salt.
  • She always puts her own needs to the bottom of the pile.
  • Transverse notches are cut in the circumference of the disks to the bottom of the score, for the convenience of marling the wad before taking it off the mould. Ordnance Instructions for the United States Navy. 1866. Fourth edition.
  • The O-ring fits snug on the rod and snug against the bottom of the barrel. Fixing a loose Ram rod
  • For a classical pendulum, that is when the bob is at rest and at the bottom.
  • What's fascinating is that the contest could have only happened through top down means, but enabled bottom-up participation.
  • These could be courses in the bottom of dormant volcanoes, on isolated islands, or atop unfathomably high mountaintops.
  • The bright and fresh colors seen on the dark, black bottom under water, seem to have been created by freezing.
  • He has forced himself into the position by gripping the bat right at the bottom of the handle.
  • The bottom line for all of this is the multifaceted observation that atoms join spontaneously to form molecules, consistent with energy relationships. Attached to Strings
  • It is impossible not to love Rio, and it is not just the shapely bottoms. Times, Sunday Times
  • It might have been OK for the prairies, but bottom wasn't low enough to cope with the hills of Nanaimo.
  • On the lower tier to the left of the tach is a needle that swings up and down between blue at the top and green at the bottom to let the driver know when the battery is expending power or getting a regenerative charge. Mississauga News
  • If a hot saturated sugar solution is allowed to cool slowly, the sugar comes out of solution and crystallizes on the bottom of the container.
  • Put the quiche on a baking sheet and place on the bottom rack of the oven.
  • At the bottom two amoretti support a vase.
  • Anything to avoid landing on the bottom rungs of the differentiation ladder. Times, Sunday Times
  • Each is stamped on the bottom with the address of the house the wood came from. Times, Sunday Times
  • The pipe was just high enough so that I could swing with my arms outstretched and not drag my bottom.
  • Bottom or near-bottom feeding of the L klingeri animal as a scavenger or as a microphagous predator is envisaged, in a low-energy environmental setting.
  • The top one percent of the population has acuminated more wealth than the bottom ninety percent put together. Are We In the Twilight of the Great America
  • In addition to ads, the screen saver features the information crawl at the bottom of the screen.

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