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  • n. Plural form of bottom.
  • n. The bottom (trouser) part of clothing, as in pyjama bottoms, tracksuit bottoms.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bottom.


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  • The second was “Rock Little Baby” the title bottoms on “rockabye your baby”, which included the line “Rock little daddy, send me with a rock and a roll.”

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • The first thing we're going to do is to give the states, the counties, and the cities the right to design what we call bottoms-up initiatives.

    Presidents Speech In Cleveland

  • Yes | No | Report from Chris Carpenter wrote 51 weeks 4 days ago years back i read in a F&S that along river bottoms is the best place

    Where is the best place to find the really big buck and in what kind of terrain?

  • The Navigation Act of the Mother Country of 1632 required that all trade from the colony be carried in English bottoms, and England prohibited manufacturing in the colony.

    President for the Country

  • We started with several 5 gallon plastc buckerts, holes in bottoms and sides, some sand, good soil, bono de borrego, strips of wet newspaper (no color), covered with a thin layer of straw.

    Vermicomposting - Worm poop

  • Think back to August and November, when stocks touched short-term bottoms in frenzied selling and climbed partly out of the pit, only to resume digging later.

    Are we seeing a bottom?

  • It is somewhat unfortunate that so many of my sentiment indicators take advantage of the wrong-way nature of so many market participants, but remember, when you are calling bottoms you have to believe that all hope is extinguished, and so therefore everyone who has to sell has already sold.

    Jim Cramer's Real Money

  • The division between the green tops and the brown bottoms is so well defined that it almost seems like a line has been drawn around the hills.

    Oceano Pacifico

  • St. Bartholomew, or some other free port, where they were shipped in English bottoms, and thence conveyed to the English islands.

    Jack in the Forecastle or, Incidents in the Early Life of Hawser Martingale

  • Her situation was too distant from the European markets; and the raw materials landed at Lisbon were transshipped in Dutch bottoms for Amsterdam and Antwerp, which became the true centers of manufacturing and exchange.

    A History of Sea Power


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  • Bottoms are tops.

    November 26, 2009