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  1. Mikacage
    descend on (something) 1. Literally, to drop onto someone or something. No one was too pleased when rain began to descend on our picnic. 2. By extension, to converge at a particular place or thing, often in great numbers. The kids descended on the birthday cake as soon as I set it down. People have descended on our town to attend that big software.
  2. Mikatilar
    Descend definition, to go or pass from a higher to a lower place; move or come down: to descend from the mountaintop. See more.
  3. Malarg
    Jul 31,  · Sneaky Weeds Descend on U.S. Fields by Lindsey Pound They lurk within your soil, waiting for the right combination of sunlight, water and temperature to .
  4. Tuktilar
    will there be swag for sale at descend? we partner with artists within our community each year to bring you the highest quality goods in the camposphere. all merch will be available for sale in limited quantities, but we have sold out of merch previous years.
  5. Mushura
    On the south the coast-line is far more irregular, the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal, and the China Sea reaching about to the northern tropic at the mouths of the Indus, of the Ganges and of the Canton river; while the great peninsulas of Arabia, Hindostan and Cambodia descend to about 10° N., and the Malay peninsula extends within a degree and a half of the equator.
  6. Nerr
    descend meaning: 1. to go or come down: 2. If darkness or night descends, it becomes dark and day changes to night. Learn more.
  7. Vudozragore
    Testicular descent into the low-temperature environment of the scrotum in mammals is a complex multiple-stage process. 1 Up to the time of sexual differentiation in the human fetus at 7 to 8 weeks' gestation, the fetal testis and ovary occupy similar positions and are held by the cranial suspensory ligament (upper pole) and the gubernaculum (lower pole). The gonadal positions then diverge; the .
  8. Tunos
    The first line was changed from "Spirit of God, descend upon my heart" to "Spirit of God, who dwells within my heart." This text was ascribed posthumously to George Croly (b. Dublin, Ireland, ; d. Holborn, London, England, ) when it was published in Charles Rogers's Lyra Britannica (). Croly was educated at Trinity College, Dublin.

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