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    Lower Head

    If a person "lowers his head", does it mean the head is simply tilted downward, or the he bends his waist or knees to bring his whole head to a lower height?

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    Re: Lower Head

    Quote Originally Posted by peterr View Post
    If a person "lowers his head", does it mean the head is simply tilted downward, or the he bends his waist or knees to bring his whole head to a lower height?
    It could mean either of those. What's the context in which he's lowering his head?

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    Re: Lower Head

    Don't bother, Ray. Peterr is yet another clone of our banned pest.

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