To drop down

(Naut.) to sail, row, or move down a river, or toward the sea.

See also: Drop

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Sordell, 22, is also out favour at the Reebok and could be forced to drop down to League One for first-team football.
This is the opinion of lifelong fan John Unitt who doesn't care if the Sky Blues have to drop down lower than the Conference - if it means seeing the back of current owners Sisu.
has agreed to drop down 50% of the Express-Platte Pipeline System to Spectra Energy Partners for $555 million in cash, $139 million in newly issued partnership units, and $129 million of acquired Express-Platte System debt.
today announced an agreement to drop down 50 percent of the Express-Platte Pipeline System (Express-Platte System) to Spectra Energy Partners for approximately $555 million in cash, approximately $139 million in newly issued partnership units, and approximately $129 million of acquired Express-Platte System debt.
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With Albion now guaranteed a top-flight return, Thomas is pleased he took the gamble to drop down a level.
10 Windsor SP forecast 8-15 Connections had every right to drop down to 5f after her encouraging debut over 6f at Salisbury, as they were chasing the loot in the Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury.
The TMs for the MK19 now say if you have runaway firing to drop down one charging handle to stop the gun.
Davies explained: "Mike told me he would not hold it against me because I've chosen to drop down a level.
It's up to the people in charge but it's difficult to tell an opener to drop down the order.
Mother Nature allowed the winds to drop down a little more,'' said Los Angeles County Fire Department dispatcher Tim McIntyre.
The real reason to drop down and praise Los Angeles Dance Theatre is for reminding us what put dance on the list of major modern art forms.