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To transport cargoes disembarked above and below the Cataract is their vocation.
Four miles below they came to a small and rapid river which they called the Cataract River, but which is now known as the Klikitat.
First Across the Continent; The Story of The Exploring Expedition of Lewis and Clark in 1804-5-6
The only thing that kept my expedition together that morning in Cataract Canyon were the walls of Cataract Canyon.
And as the passage of the Cataract is some two or three days 'work, this little question of priority is by no means unimportant.
The cataract is formed by a part of the stream only, at most twenty yards in breadth; its fall is more rapid, and the noise and foam greater, than in any other place in the Batn el Hadjar, or than at the cataracts of Assouan; still, however, it little deserves to be called a Cataract, or Shellal
The last night at the Cataract was a sad one for the boys.
Beyond the Cataract was a low and level stretch of meadow, which the
The Cataract was a much smaller stream than South River, and it was on the northern side of the island; whereas South River was on the southerly side of the island.
I do not know as the Cataract of Lodore is an adequate exemplification, for that has some airy, fairy jets and overfalls.
The page, titled Cataract Surgery, grew far beyond his expectations.
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