I had managed to bail all the water out of the boat with cupped hands, ending by mopping the balance up with my handkerchief--a slow and back-breaking procedure; thus I had made a comparatively dry place for the girl to lie down low
in the bottom of the boat, where the sides would protect her from the night wind, and when at last she did so, almost overcome as she was by weakness and fatigue, I threw my wet coat over her further to thwart the chill.
I see a light a-comin' roun' de p'int bymeby, so I wade' in en shove' a log ahead o' me en swum more'n half way acrost de river, en got in 'mongst de drift- wood, en kep' my head down low
, en kinder swum agin de current tell de raff come along.
He lay down low
to the race, whining eagerly, his splendid body flashing forward, leap by leap, in the wan white moonlight.
And those are just the one-word bullets fired across the spectrum of opinions and emotions in THE DOWN LOW
EXPOSED, a shocking documentary presented by BET News on Tuesday, March 28 at 10 p.
The Down Low
itself is far from welcome in the black community, because most blacks see their men in specific ways that are incompatible with this lifestyle.
Folsom, Jacaruso and Bri Coggins all worked hard posting up down low
And on Ski Sunday he helped me imagine what it would be like if it ever snowed in Liverpool and I could whizz down Low
While some AIDS advocates disagree, Evans says many of the men who attend these parties are on the down low
and shun condoms because they associate using them with being unmasculine.
The Gators like to go inside-out, those double-teams down low
turning into open jumpers along the perimeter.
Seen equally in the mix were Scott McClarey and some down low
H players, who were rumored to be TV and Zered Bassett.
This pilot tried troubleshooting a problem down low
in the landing pattern close to the flattop, which is tough to do while executing the precision maneuver we call a carrier approach and landing.
Having always liked to attack from down low
, we are constantly looking for ways to exploit our 1-2-2 (stack) man offense.