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Why those are the ladies-in-waiting playing their games; I must go down to them.
I go down in no spirit of interference, but to make inquiries.
Would you like to go down on the beach and look for shells?
And when we go down country roads we'll sing as we go along, and we'll sing by the campfires, too.
For a minute Jo stood still with a strange feeling in her heart, then she resolved to go on, but something held and turned her round, just in time to see Amy throw up her hands and go down, with a sudden crash of rotten ice, the splash of water, and a cry that made Jo's heart stand still with fear.
Like thee must I GO DOWN, as men say, to whom I shall descend.
I was preparing to go down to remind them, when the second mounted the platform, accompanied by several sailors.
We go down Lake Bennett, snow, ice, wind like a gale, but woman is very tired and go to sleep.
However that may be, you carry out your purposes, and you make everything go down before them.
I was to go down the sandy spit that divides the anchorage on the east from the open sea, find the white rock I had observed last evening, and ascertain whether it was there or not that Ben Gunn had hidden his boat, a thing quite worth doing, as I still believe.
I took my way straight for the east coast of the island, for I was determined to go down the sea side of the spit to avoid all chance of observation from the anchorage.
Romance and Adventure seemed always to go down the street locked arm in arm with John Barleycorn.
I huddle on my clothes, go down into the fore-cabin, get shaved by the barber, and wash myself.
They run up the bank, and go down again on the other side at a fearful pace.
The price of oil continued to go down due to worries over the increase of supplies over demand.