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“We are not persuaded that head-down restraint positions are never used, even though they are not authorised," it said, adding that Home Office research was needed into restraint techniques suitable for on an aircraft.”
“What I mostly noticed, though, in my head-down way was that some of the pavements were very wide and that Denmark Hill is steep, especially as you near the top.”
“An undercover policeman grabbed him, took his passport and shoved him head-down into a Chevy Suburban.”
“Acting on advice, ten police officers who attended the emergency also failed to rescue father-of-three Karl Malton, 32, as he lay head-down in the shallow water.”
“His team had worked out the order in which they would fall, transitioning from belly diving to head-down diving.”
“With the greater speed and aerodynamic control of the head-down dive, they could head downward in a stack, just like a formation of fighter jets.”
“Like a baby remaining head-down at 41 weeks and 2 days gestation.”
“So off we go, in the pouring, cold rain, to try to walk this baby back into head-down position.”
“If Moody is on floor buried in a breakdown and Easter is on a head-down charge who will be linking to maintain momentum?”
“We hope that he continues with the head-down approach to get the job done," said Jim Dinegar, president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, which helped form a task force last year that concluded poor leadership was contributing to Metro's decline.”
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