[ verb ] (writing) put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc.
Used in print(High Fidelity, 11:10...)
Steinberg seems to have gone directly back to the score , discounting tradition , and has built his performance on the intention to reproduce as faithfully as possible exactly what Brahms set_down on_paper .(Irving Stone, The Agony and the Ecstasy....)
In_particular he sought the gentle , sweet-faced nuns , with head_coverings and veils coming to the middle of their foreheads , remembering their expressions until he reached home and set them down on paper .
[ verb ] reach or come to rest
"The bird landed on the highest branch" "The plane landed in Istanbul"
Used in print(Richard Sanders Allen, "When Fogg Flew the Mail"...)
The first few days Bob_Fogg set his plane down on Towne field back of the State_House when the wind was right , and used Wilson flat above Barre when it was n't .