In front a flat piece of iron enters the mouth and keeps down the tongue.
It's duty that keeps down the overgrowths that luxury incites.
They say that it keeps down revolution; it keeps the Indian in his place.
They earn nearly twice as much, and it is the difficulty of getting enough men for this work that keeps down production.
A few inches excludes the wind, yet keeps down the temperature so as to prevent dripping from the interior.
This keeps down the population, and has prevailed for at least one hundred and twenty years.
But it has been found that he does more good by the weeds he keeps down than harm by the grain he eats.
But an application every few hours keeps down the intolerable itching, which is the most annoying feature of sumach poisoning.
She directs the servants, reproves them if necessary, superintends the accounts, and keeps down expenses.
It is the cost of transportation that keeps down value on their lands; lower this, and land rises at once.