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a low wall/bridge/building
people on low incomes
The bigger shops are able to keep their prices low.
Cook it for five minutes on a low heat.
Temperatures are usually around the low 30s at this time of year.
yoghurt with a low fat content
Vegetables are low in fat and calories and high in nutrition.
Stocks were so low that many of the shelves in the shop were empty.
A message appears on the screen when you’re running low on disk space.
There was music on and the lights were low.
Most phones tell you when the battery is running low.
Doing the garden is fairly low on my list of priorities.
Food will not be sent to low-priority areas until next week.
It was unlike her to be in such low spirits.
She finds it difficult to reach the low notes.
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