Mothers pushed their children's heads down and they sped through town, leaving a trail of machine-gun shells in their wake.
“We just held them and told them to keep their heads down,” Canaday remembered.
Easier,” he says, “It was just sort of heads down, arms swinging.
Throughout a broad area around the Fukushima plant, Japanese sought to keep their heads down, and cities took on an eerie quiet.
They made their marks by putting their heads down, reporting the hell out of stories, and never giving up.
With their heads down and their guns under their coats, the men had enough to do to keep up with Arnold as he led the attack.
They were pulling for all they were worth, their heads down, their shoulders squared.
Here, to our chagrin, we saw two other bears, with heads down and paws busily digging about the cache.
They were now in full cry, heads down, like a pack of hounds.
With this purpose in view, they took a dram all round and turned their horses' heads down the mountain.