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*(rock) bottom

the lowest point or level. (*Typically: be at ~; hit ~; reach ~.) The value of the goods is at rock bottom right now. Prices have reached rock bottom. When my life hit bottom, I gradually began to feel much better.

bottom

1. n. the buttocks. My bottom is sore from sitting too long.
2. n. the second half of a baseball inning. Wilbur hit a double-bagger in the bottom of the second.
3. tv. to drink something to the bottom. He bottomed the beer and ordered another one.
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The bottom 10 districts include five from AJK and three from Balochistan.
When you move from a sandy, soft bottom onto a rocky, hard bottom, the band indicating the bottom will get a bit wider, and the scattered marks below the bottom, a part of the display that's ignored by many anglers, will change.
Eight NGL storage tanks, 40-m diameter each, at a gas processing complex needed to be protected against soil-side corrosion of the bottom plate in a very corrosive soil having average resistivity of 200-500 ohm-cm.
In case the leakage occurs on the inside bottom, different methods can be used to locate the defects.
4 : the lowest or worst level or position <She graduated at the bottom of her class.
Flat shoes, masculine-cut clothes and the fact it's non-PC for guys to ogle a woman's bottom in the street means things like the sexy bum-wiggle have all but vanished as a flirt signal.
Peugeot of France had two cars - the 307 and the 206 - in the bottom 10, while the Citroen Xsara was also in the bottom 10.
To begin with, Bottom Dollar Food provides a lighthearted environment created through a bright color palette dominated by orange and lime green, reinforced by humorous departmental signage.
The Reverse Nelson (Photo 10) generally results from the bottom man turning away hard before the 1/2 Nelson can be "sunk deep.
Start by lifting the bottom sash right up, then unpeel a measured length of weatherstripping, except for about a centimetre at the top.
He knows that he can't do the training necessary to make it to the 2008 Games unless he is reunited with his former sprint coach, Mike Bottom, at his college home in Berkeley.
Sharif Pipkin was relaxing by the pool when he noticed that his 14-year-old son, Aljuwon, seemed to be stuck at the bottom of the hot tub.
The insert was four or five two-inch car exhaust pipes bent in a "C" shape (flat on the bottom) with a one-inch piece of flat stock screwed to the top and bottom holding them about two inches apart so the ash could drop through.
ABSTRACT Analyses of time series data for bottom or near bottom temperatures for 50 stations distributed throughout Long Island Sound reveal distinctive features of the bottom water temperature history during the lobster mortality event of 1999.