Prostrate; flat; esp., lying with the face down; -- opposed to supine.
Headlong; running downward or headlong.
Lying face down on the abdomen.
Lying face down with the palms facing the floor.
The facedown position.
Lying horizontal with face down.
"lying down" shooting position .
Latin pronatus = bent forwards; hence, recumbent face-down posture.
A shooting position in which the biathlete lies on his or her stomach.
Lying in the face down position. Prone is the opposite of supine.
lying on your front, face down.
Position of the body in which the ventral surface faces down (as opposed to supine)
Lying on the abdomen or face down
Lying on one's stomach.
A shooting position where the shooter is lying on his or her stomach either fully or partially rolled to one side.
referring to the position of the body when lying face downward
Lying with the front or face downward.
To lie flat on one's stomach.
Face-down. See also: supine.
Lying face down in a horizontal position.
Directional term meaning lying horizontally facing downward.
This position requires you to lay flat in a face down position.
a shooting position where the athlete is lying down. In an individual event, the first and third shooting stations are shot in the prone position as is the first shooting stage in a sprint event
Lying face down. Compare with supine.
describing the position of a person lying horizontally on the abdomen, with the face turned downward
Lying horizontal with the face downward.
Lying on the front of the body, or face down. Opposite of supine.
Lying face-down on the ground. A prone character has a –4 penalty to AC and a –4 penalty on melee attack rolls. Such a character can make ranged attacks only with a crossbow. An attacker gets a +4 bonus when attacking a prone character with a melee attack or a –4 penalty when doing so with a ranged weapon. Standing up from prone is a move-equivalent action. character may assume a prone position on purpose to gain extra defense against ranged attacks, or it may result from tripping, falling, being overrun, or some other such event.
Having the front or ventral surface downward; lying facedown.
Lying on the stomach.
Condition The character is on the ground. An attacker who is prone has a -4 penalty on melee attack rolls and cannot use a ranged weapon (except for a crossbow). A defender who is prone gains a +4 bonus to Armor Class against ranged attacks, but takes a -4 penalty to AC against melee attacks. Standing up is a move-equivalent action that provokes an attack of opportunity.