write down, set down, get down, put downverb
put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc.
unload, land, swallow, write down, repose, bring down, get off, get, cast down, debark, drop off, disgrace, destroy, lower, demoralise, commence, dismount, get down, place down, demoralize, write off, demean, record, lay, degrade, let down, expense, take down, start, put down, begin, drop, enter, discharge, start out, dispirit, depress, deject, dismay, light, set about, unhorse, set out, disembark
land, set downverb
reach or come to rest
"The bird landed on the highest branch"; "The plane landed in Istanbul"
put or settle into a position
"The hotel was set down at the bottom of the valley"
set down, put down, place downverb
cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place
"set down your bags here"
disembark, debark, set downverb
"The passengers disembarked at Southampton"
drop, drop off, set down, put down, unload, dischargeverb
leave or unload
"unload the cargo"; "drop off the passengers at the hotel"
fall back, drowse off, eject, strike down, fall behind, empty, unload, put down, exonerate, send away, drop down, deteriorate, cast, enter, offload, miss, drop away, spend, omit, throw away, nod off, exculpate, doze off, dangle, destroy, land, muster out, fire, throw off, get down, expend, overleap, unlade, lay, fall asleep, flatten, exhaust, cut down, dribble, place down, overlook, knock off, devolve, dispatch, leave out, demean, repose, go off, shed, complete, sink, shake off, bring down, pretermit, write down, acquit, free, disgrace, drop off, neglect, recede, fell, cast off, disembark, drift off, degenerate, throw, lose, release, dope off, dismiss, expel, assoil, degrade, drop, flake out, discharge, debark, fall away, record, clear, send packing, drip, swing, slip, take down
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I have always believed in the teachings of Jesus as they are set down in the New Testament. I was raised in the Jewish faith but I have honestly never felt close to God in the synagogue and I have had occasions of great spiritual warmth from priests and others in the Church.
It is true that for the most recent Jeopardy! contestant tryouts, Canadians were precluded from taking the online test, since the show must now comply with new rules set down by the Canadian government.
Cease to ask what the morrow will bring forth. And set down as gain each day that Fortune grants.
I think Hutchison is prepared to do a lot in England to get regulatory approval but the commission has set down a tough line with the Denmark decision.
Traditionally people thought that cells didn't make it to the front of embryos to pigment the belly because they just weren't migrating fast enough, what we've been able to show through our studies is that actually, if anything, cells in piebald animals migrate faster but they're just not proliferating enough. They're not making enough daughter cells to colonize - or cover - the whole region of the skin that needs to be covered by the time the pigmentation pattern is set down.
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