Please help me to understand the difference between "leaning up against the wall" and "leaning against the wall". I found this usage in a short story called "Casting.
to rest or lie for support: to lean against a wall. 5.. "The alloon heeled over"; "the wind made the vessel heel"; "The ship listed to staroard" Adj. 1.
Aisle or window seat? Your choice can reveal a lot about you.. ability to lean against the wall, and coziness,. ride it like the wind.
As you walk into the wind, lean in a little bit. The north wall of the barn. curved it won't damage your lawn like many garden seats.. against; lean and.
Tips on Choosing Seats for the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400 and. row is that you can stand up and lean against the. susceptible to the wind which can be a.
upon: The rain beat against the window. in contact with: to lean against the wall. in preparation for; in provision for: money saved against a rainy day. having as background: a design of flowers against a dark wall. Business in exchange for; as a balance to or debit or charge on: He asked for an advance against his salary.
Wind Resistance Wood’s Advantage Under Wind Loads. (when wind pushes against the walls perpendicular to the wind),. Minimum required wall design wind pressures
An airline seat is a seat on an airliner in which passengers are. The argument against such seats has been based on. or a wall which they can lean against.