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Condescendingly
Condescendingly Con`de*scend"ing*ly, adv. In a condescending manner. --Atterbury.
Descendingly
Descendingly De*scend"ing*ly, adv. In a descending manner.

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- Descenders is a cycling video game developed by Dutch studio RageSquid and published by No More Robots. It was released for Linux, macOS, Windows, and...
- Pegasus Descending is a crime novel by James Lee Burke. Dave Robicheaux, once an officer for the New Orleans Police Department and before that a U.S. Army...
- Pagan Day (LP, 12" picture disc) (1984) Those Who Do Not (2x12") (1984) Descending (1984) Mouth of the Night (CD, LP, 12" picture disc) (1985) Themes 2 (LP)...
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- of the descending colon in the digestive system is to store the remains of digested food that will be emptied into the ****. The descending colon is...
- In human anatomy, the descending aorta is part of the aorta, the largest artery in the body. The descending aorta begins at the aortic arch and runs down...
- doesn't paint a nude descending a staircase, that's ridiculous... a nude should be respected". It was also believed that the descending nude came too close...
- Descendance (Descendance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Dance Theatre), previously known as the Ngaru Dancers, is an Australian Aboriginal dance...
- Ascending and Descending is a lithograph print by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher first printed in March 1960. The original print measures 14 in × 11+1⁄4 in...
- theory, the descending tetrachord is a series of four notes from a scale, or tetrachord, arranged in order from highest to lowest, or descending order. For...