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“Among the desperadoes who frequented his gambling-hut, during their short stay in Gorgona, was conceived the desperate plan of putting out the lights, and upsetting Casey's table – trusting in the confusion to carry off the piles of money upon it.”
“Rightly, I ought to have gone down to Gorgona a few weeks before Cruces was deserted, and secured an hotel; but I did not give up all hope of persuading my brother to leave the Isthmus until the very last moment, and then, of course, a suitable house was not to be hired in Gorgona for love or money.”
“And yet, although the speculation paid well, I soon grew as weary of my life in Gorgona as I had been at Cruces; and when I found my brother proof against all persuasion to quite the Isthmus, I began to entertain serious thoughts of leaving him.”
“In four miles more a large village called Gorgona was passed.”
“A week ago, it received its largest individual order of all times worth USD 2,06 B for providing module components for the Australian project "Gorgona”
“After all, Jess Ogilvy is a teacher and Professor Gorgona referred to a boy she worked with.”
““I was surprised when she missed the exam,” Professor Gorgona says.”
“It includes the archipelagoes of Revillagigedo and Galapagos and the islands of Clipperton, Cocos, Coiba, Gorgona and Malpelo off Columbia.”
“The Utria National Park, covers an area of 543 km2 including a land and a marine sector while the Sanquianga National Park covers 800 km2 and the Gorgona Island National Park covers 16 km2 of protected land.”
“It includes the archipelagos of Revillagigedo and Galapagos and the islands of Clipperton, Cocos, Coiba in Panama and Gorgona in Colombia.”
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