Prostrate or not rooting.
an uncommon method of saluting using a flag on a pole. The flag is lowered until it just touches the ground for a few seconds, then raised smartly back up the pole. Practiced in some monarchies as a salute to a royal member.
prostrate and not rooting
Sprawling on ground, usually with adventitious roots.
A decoration technique in which tubes are used to dribble lines or dots of colored slip on a vessel surface.
a decoration technique in which lines or dots of coloured slip are dribbled on the surface of a clay body.
A method of decorating with engobe or glaze squeezed out of a bulb from a small orifice or poured from a narrow lip.
The process of applying trails of glass as decoration on the body, handle, or foot of a vessel. It is done by laying or winding softened threads onto a glass object. See also Combed decoration.
means contacting the jack with sufficient momentum so as to move it and follow it to the new position.
Refers to a poorly mastered disc in which moving objects on screen are followed by a "trail" of subsequent images. Extra: As stated, this is a problem which is not inherent to DVD, and is avoidable by careful encoding. However, some DVD's aren't supervised properly in their production, and are released with this very noticeable encoding error. A Hero Never Dies is particularly guilty of this.
The dog follows a scent trail rather than the usual route determined by the fall of a mark or the route to a blind.
the pursuit (of a person or animal) by following tracks or marks they left behind
having the lower score or lagging position in a contest; "behind by two points"; "the 8th inning found the home team trailing"
running behind another player.