Apple was down 8 percent.
Why did they migrate down there?
• We cheered when the Berlin Wall was torn down.
You can read about the company's fur and down policy here.
A W would involve the economy going down, up, down, then up again.
Goose down or duck down: The down in comforters comes from either ducks or geese.
Down is officially a meat industry byproduct and there have been many reports of cruelty in down harvesting.
European equities fell with Germany's DAX down 0.3%, Britain's FTSE 100 down 0.6%, and the Euro Stoxx 50 down 0.4%.
Down jackets are a bit of a new kid on the outdoor clothing block, and can be stuffed with animal down or synthetic down.
Even government-backed mortgage programs require money down, including FHA loans that require a 3.5% down payment on behalf of the borrower.
As the FAZ reported, Oettinger (down 1.5 percent), Veltins (down 3.5 percent) and Krombacher (down 4.8 percent) have seen their sales fall less sharply.
Because of this, I looked at down models with hydrophobic down—down treated to stay warm when wet, dry fast, and handle many rounds in the washing machine.
The Royal Hotel Goose Down Pillow is filled with 75% goose down, which is much fluffier than less desirable duck down, so you'll enjoy a luxuriously comfortable night of sleep.
Marcel Somerville: If you keep it inside it can keep weighing you down and down and down and down, and sometimes it can get too low to build yourself back up again.
This is especially true for down with high fill power—how warm the down can keep you relative to its weight, based on how much hot air one ounce of down can capture (measured in cubic inches per ounce).
Other indexes and specific stocks are down much more; year-to-date Disney is down 36.25%, Boeing is down 52.19%, Carnival is down 70.21%, and Occidental Petroleum is down 70.27%.
To find out what makes an excellent comforter, we spoke with Jack Sukalac, an engineer who started repairing down comforters 40 years ago and since then has kept up a side business, All About Down, making and repairing down comforters in his Seattle basement.
“They were let down by Rio Tinto, they were let down by the Western Australian government, they were let down by the Australian government, they were let down by their own lawyers, and they were let down by the native title law.
Down, to be aware of, or awake to, any move—in this meaning, exchangeable with UP; “DOWN upon one’s luck,” unfortunate; “DOWN in the mouth,” disconsolate; “to be DOWN on one,” to treat him harshly or suspiciously, to pounce upon him, or detect his tricks.
While each pick sources its down in accordance with the Responsible Down Standard — meaning the down can't be harvested from live birds and that those birds are never force-fed to encourage growth — down is still an animal product, which can be a point of contention for some.
- drink down entirely
Example: He downed three martinis before dinner
- spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position
Example: don't fall down
- being or moving lower in position or less in some value
Example: lay face down
- soft fine feathers
- extending or moving from a higher to a lower place
Example: the down staircase
- becoming progressively lower
Example: the down trend in the real estate market
- away from a more central or a more northerly place
Example: was sent down to work at the regional office
- (American football) a complete play to advance the football
Example: you have four downs to gain ten yards
- eat up completely, as with great appetite
Example: Some people can down a pound of meat in the course of one meal
- paid in cash at time of purchase
Example: put ten dollars down on the necklace
- being put out in a game of baseball
Example: two down in the bottom of the ninth
- (usually plural) a rolling treeless highland with little soil
- bring down or defeat (an opponent)
- understood perfectly
Example: had his algebra problems down
- shoot at and force to come down
- fine soft dense hair (as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs)
- from an earlier time
Example: the story was passed down from father to son
- lower than previously
- cause to come or go down
Example: The policeman downed the heavily armed suspect
- to a lower intensity
Example: he slowly phased down the light until the stage was completely black
Example: the shades were down
- in an inactive or inoperative state
Example: the factory went down during the strike
- improve or perfect by pruning or polishing
- not functioning (temporarily or permanently)
Example: we can't work because the computer is down
- filled with melancholy and despondency
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