downward-pointing love

downward-pointing

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  • Then select it and click on the downward-pointing triangle at the right.

    Mossberg's Mailbox

  • Breathless, he presses the downward-pointing arrow button.

    Sissyneck

  • You may also have noticed that when you hover over the title bar, a downward-pointing arrow appears on the right side.

    Customize Your WordPress Dashboard

  • Reflectology tests conducted during restoration show that Bronzino's original design included a young satyr depicted beneath Venus's downward-pointing arrow, indicating her preference for earthly pleasure.

    Bronzino's Time to Shine

  • One other discrepancy between the Original and Kyle's photo, which I don't *think* has been mentioned yet, is that if you follow the line from Kyle's upward-pointing knee to hip, it bisects the opposite leg directly at the bend in the downward-pointing knee.

    Mystery Meat: Knee To No Basis

  • In this reconstruction, Jucjes used the adjusted PC1 in its inverse downward-pointing orientation.

    Replicating Juckes' CVM « Climate Audit

  • The glistening water lures insects, which become ensnared by the slippery leaf surfaces and downward-pointing hairs.

    Pitcher plant

  • Then he made a sign-languageP —thumb tucked between the downward-pointing index and middle fingers—and placed it over his heart, making his “sign name.”

    The Mesa Conspiracy

  • The Harrier works on the "direct lift" principle: when it wants to go up like a helicopter, some of the exhaust from its jet engines is diverted from the tail to little downward-pointing nozzles under the wings and the nose.

    Uncle Sam Buys an Airplane

  • They were like the petals of a downward-pointing flower.

    Burmese Days

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