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  • We want to show him how he may get upsides with life. Cited from Howards End, by E. M. Forster
  • While one is working the land, the other is carried upside-down in the air.
  • She makes another discovery which almost turns her view of the world upside down.
  • His car rolled several times after landing before coming to rest upside down.
  • They are visited by two guests this particular day who turn their world upside down.
  • The car hit the outside wall in turn four, and came to a rest still upside-down.
  • He would also turn himself upside down and balance on his head.
  • As he approached me I noted that both of his feet were turned upside down.
  • The young fish do not swim upside-down until they are about two months old.
  • The world has turned upside down, did you get that?
  • The result can be compared to an upside down and very flat top hat.
  • His father's sudden death turned the family life upside-down.
  • It was the second time Martin had ever been upside down in his racing career.
  • However, the image was turned upside-down to fit the traditional view.
  • Let alone that you can never be quite upsides with Nature. Cited from Deadham Hard, by Lucas Malet
  • A disc thrown upside-down has a very different flight path than one thrown right-side up.
  • To case skin an animal, it should be hung upside down by its feet.
  • The top of many square miles was turned upside-down.
  • He was at first skeptical, but once he agreed his career turned upside down immediately.
  • The mother gives birth to a single young, while hanging upside down.
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