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May’s allies had earlier privately celebrated signs that Johnson was climbing down from his public questioning of her strategy.
Guards placed a step ladder next to the cottage and one inmate eventually climbed down and gave himself up.
The man complied, slowly climbing down and submitting to arrest.
The exception is wrong - and will be hard to climb down from.
A couple months from now a fat old man is going to fly around in a sleigh pulled by magical reindeer, climb down chimneys, leave toys under a tree in the living room and eat cookies.
After his speech from the gaisensha, the party’s candidate in Tokyo’s seventh district, Mr Nagatsuma, climbs down from the van to shake hands with onlookers huddled under umbrellas.
But on Saturday, when four hikers summited Scafell Pike in England, the country’s tallest mountain, and got too high to climb down, all the old stoner stereotypes came streaming across the Twittersphere.
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