horror He crouches down
to unleash volley of gunfire
Rolling up her sleeves, little Lilly Nicholas crouches down
beside a ewe, ready to help her give birth.
He then walks onto the driveway and crouches down
, possibly beneath a windowsill, before grabbing the back wheel.
Jarvis Cocker crouches down
to study one of the exhibits at The Walker Picture: JASON ROBERTS
PARK LIFE: Jay Wright, four, crouches down
for a closer look as he and fellow pupils (from left) Jack Parkes, five, Taniesha Prior, five, and Chloe Thacker, five, listen to parks manager Stephen Beasley.
To start fast, Devers crouches down
at the starting line, angling her body forward.
She crouches down
by it, talking quietly as the gray-and-white feathered bird begins cawing and clacking, spreading its six-foot wing span as Donna reaches underneath and pulls out a downy white chick for measurements and weighing.
The sensitive band crouches down
to near inaudibility as Green savours the hall's acoustics, blasting out at the drop of his clutched bunch of red roses, as he makes several forays up the aisles, distributing these blooms to ecstatic female admirers.