below below  /bɪ ˈloʊ/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) in or to a place that is lower
  2. (adv) at a later place
  3. (adv) (in writing) see below
  4. (adv) on a floor below
  5. (adv) further down

Usage(s):

  1. That said, listen in below as music critics Josh Tyrangiel and Alan Light introduce the list and talk about the top albums of the 1950s and '60s.
  2. The Obama campaign today sent the below email to supporters from Barack Obama on the subject of 3rd party spending in the early states.
  3. Once you have finished reading a story, you can scroll back up the page until you see the polls like the ones below.

News

  1. Five Below swings to profit in 1st quarter

    Discount retailer Five Below Inc., which sells games, candy and other goods for $5 or less, said it swung to a profit in the fiscal first quarter as sales increased more than 30 percent. The company's ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News

  2. Five Below Turns To Profit In Q1; Lifts FY13 Outlook

    Five Below Turns To Profit In Q1; Lifts FY13 Outlook
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Nasdaq

  3. Five Below Q1 13 Earnings Conference Call At 4:30 PM ET

    Five Below Q1 13 Earnings Conference Call At 4:30 PM ET
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Nasdaq

Quotes

  1. "Although conventional interest rate policy is constrained by the fact that nominal interest rates cannot fall below zero, the second arrow in the Federal Reserve's quiver - the provision of liquidity - remains effective," Mr Bernanke said.
    on Dec 1, 2008 By: Ben Bernanke Source: The Australian

  2. "As a group of professionals, we were embarrassed by the way we performed," Wigan defender Mario Melchiot told reporters. "We feel it was below our standards and this is something we feel we owe to the fans."
    on Nov 23, 2009 By: Mario Melchiot Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. "I don't agree with those who say that Fernando Torres' performances have been below par," said Villa. "The only blame you can pin on him is that he hasn't scored."
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: David Villa Source: BBC Sport

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