wither a person's hopes 人の希望をしぼませる
Although Desha was universally acknowledged as the leading candidate during the early months of the campaign, as election day approached, some began to doubt whether he could withstand the
withering attacks of the Anti-Relief Party.
Brother Justin is killed in a battle in a cornfield near his home, but Sofie as the Omega arrives and places her hands on his chest, causing the corn stalks around them to
wither and fall away.
Characters of Carnivàle
withering fire, Klenau's force reached Essling's edge, where his men set up 64 artillery pieces and bombarded the French for nearly an hour.
Johann von Klenau
Necks are long and broad, running to well-defined
withers and a massive chest.
The effects of polio have been known since prehistory; Egyptian paintings and carvings depict otherwise healthy people with
withered limbs, and children walking with canes at a young age.
The female Australian Cattle Dog measures approximately 43–48 centimetres (17–19 in) at the
withers, and the male measures about 46–51 centimetres (18–20 in) at the withers.
Australian Cattle Dog
The hopes of the abolitionists notwithstanding, slavery did not
wither with the end of the slave trade in the British Empire, nor did the living conditions of the enslaved improve.
The neck is of medium length, the
withers are pronounced, the shoulders sloping, and the chest deep.
The neck is short, muscular, and broad at the base; the
withers broad and low; the chest deep; the shoulders muscular and slightly sloping; the back long; the croup broad, muscular, short and slightly sloping.
The selectors wished to trial other possible choices for the 1948 tour of England, including Brown in the opening position, so
wither Barnes or Morris had to sit out.
The typical Banker is relatively small, standing between 13.0 and 14.3 hands (52 and 59 inches, 132 and 150 cm) high at the
withers and weighing 800 to 1,000 pounds (360 to 450 kg).
withers are prominent and the shoulder long and slightly oblique.
Trait du Nord
withers are well-muscled, which often makes them less pronounced, the chest is broad and deep, the shoulders are muscular and sloping, and the croup slightly sloping.
They are generally between 13 and 16 inches (33 and 41 cm) high at the
withers and weigh between 18 and 35 lb (8.2 and 16 kg), with females being slightly smaller than males on average.
Unlike other forms, the stems
wither and die naturally after flowering, making way for more new growth and flowers.