- 与 downward 相关的网络例句 [注：此内容来源于网络，仅供参考]
Take in a very slow long breathe and start to slowly exhale of your air while you are pulling your belly button down toward your spine (I like to put my index finger on my belly-button and feel it raise as I take the long breathe in and then feel it start downward as I exhale of my lung capacity).
A faucet with a nozzle that is bent downward;a bibb.
However, when be put downward again, cord was twisted again, people must come bier trice again.
This is the time when the fetus begins to look more baby like and before it moves downward into the birth canal in preparation for birth.
Here, an electric spark ignites the mixture and send a blowtorch of flame roaring downward around the coils of pipe.
Hurtling down an icy bobsleigh track at speeds approaching blurring, with no brakes to slow your downward descent - is there a better metaphor for the journey your mate is about to embark than that?
This is the kind of recovery that makes you wish you were still in the downward-spiral phase, like the first moment when you open your eyes after a wild, boozy night.
If we transported that box to the Grand Canyon of Arizona and balanced it neatly on the low stone wall that keep people from breaking their necks when stunned by the incredible beauty of that silent witness of the forces of Eternity, and then called little Noodle,the dachshund,and told him(the tiny beast is very intelligent and loves to oblige) to give the unwieldy contraption a slight push with his brown nose,there would be a moment of crunching and ripping as the wooden planksloosened stones and shrubs and trees on their downward path, and then a low and even softer bumpity-bumpity-bump and a sudden splash when the outer edges struck the banks of the Colorado River.
"I still think we have not see the end of the volatility and perhaps even downward pressures," he said."So, you know, buckle up!"
"Cape buffalo:a large, often fierce buffalo of africa, having massive downward-curving horns ."
Swam: I don't know...what I would...
If they want to succeed, they need the cooperation of all those at risk, and these must be met on their own terms - believers and non-believers, the "chaste" and the "unchaste".
Police have beaten people with batons and dragged them through the streets while detaining them.