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“The term Geyser is restricted to active openings whence columns of hot water and steam are from time to time ejected; the non-eruptive pools are only hot springs.”
“According to its website, this Geyser is one of only three Old Faithfuls in the world, designated as such because of its constant and predictable eruptions.”
“Without national parks, Burns said, much of our untouched land would be tract housing and gated communities, and Yellowstone would be an amusement park called Geyser World.”
“I shall not forget the unpleasant sensations I had when first, in 1897, I visited the Yellowstone Wonderland and stood gazing at that abominable Mud Geyser, which is even worse to-day.”
“But The Geyser was the least harmless of the clubs affected by C. Bailey, Jr., -- it being an all-night resort and the haunt of the hopeless sport.”
“Iceland, commonly called a Geyser, I herewith subjoin the results of a few of the observations and reflections I made while visiting the great geysers of the volcanic districts of Wyoming and Montana, in the autumn of 1884.”
“Dyer Island is located six nautical miles off the coast of Gansbaai (170 kilometres south-east of Cape Town), on the opposite side of which is the small island known as Geyser Rock which is home to an estimated 60,000 South African Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus).”
“Just think what happened to the 'Geyser' -- burst her boiler and scalded everybody to death! ”
“Geyser" and "Roman candle" also convey critical meaning in a way splooge and spooge lack.”
“The sale includes assets of brands such as Geyser Peak, Buena Vista, Columbia Winery, Covey Run and Ste.”
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