The car seemed to slow by itself as the first house came into view.
It started to slow by the side of a small dock.
Growth slowed after that, with only a further 50% increase in the Korean population by 2001.
That slowed their pursuit by a second or two, which was all she wanted.
Injuries began to slow Johnson by 1982; he played in no more than 73 games per year from that point on.
All his work, and it hadn't saved anyone, or slowed the moment of their going by a minute.
The man was tough, but slowed by a recent wound.
They left in a hurry, but slowed by the bus stop.
Even slowed by shock, the temple security forces should be moving soon.
The next day, again slowed by significant snow in the ground, he finally reached Albany.
He was slow of foot himself, and very impressed by Neva's speed.
I was short, fat, and slow by today's standards.
Life was slow, but pleasant there by the sea.
Despite its 'express' name and superiority over mixed services, it was quite slow by modern standards.
"It may be a little slow by today's standards," he said.
Her recovery would seem slow by the standards of some Telinaruul.
We were too slow by a couple of hours.
While this may seem slow by today's standards, it was considered very fast in 1982.
Slowly, too slow by my own standards, the creature plodded toward us.