mountain-rimmed love

mountain-rimmed

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  • A final explosion occurred a few hours later when one of the bombers who had been hiding in a room blew himself up long after ambulances had carried the dead and wounded from the hotel, which sits on a hill overlooking the mountain-rimmed capital.

    NATO-Afghan raid ends hotel assault; 19 dead

  •      The killing, which perhaps would not have been called a murder had there been a trial, took place on a certain infelicitous afternoon in the mountain-rimmed town of San Cristobal de las Casas in the Mexican State of Chiapas, during a trip Ray had taken there in the summer between high school and university.

    Gansevoort Ridge

  • As cows graze in an ancient, mountain-rimmed meadow, a hot-air balloon wafts by carrying a couple of trendies exchanging New Age marrige vows.

    Rocky Mountain High Life

  • A ruler-straight contrail climbed above the mountain-rimmed desert basin accompanied by screams of "Yeah!"

    SpaceShipOne Wins the X Prize

  • She forced her gaze back to the dripping dog, who was beginning to shiver as the sun sank toward the mountain-rimmed horizon.

    The Bounty Hunter

  • For nearly sixty generations my ancestors had stood where I now stood surveying the mountain-rimmed valley of Toledo, and invariably they had found it The Cactus and the Maguey 13 gratifying.

    Mexico

  • The steamer took them upriver to Albany, where they boarded a morning train to the village of Lake George at the southern tip of the mountain-rimmed lake, which Georgia once called the most beautiful lake in the Adirondacks.

    Portrait of An Artist

  • White Ladies of the Walk, where the west wind came now with a sigh, and again with a rush, and then brushed our faces as softly as the down of a thistle, was full of the glamour of mountain-rimmed lakes, and purple chalets, and "snowy summits old in story."

    The Story Girl

  • Ladies of the Walk, where the west wind came now with a sigh, and again with a rush, and then brushed our faces as softly as the down of a thistle, was full of the glamour of mountain-rimmed lakes, and purple chalets, and "snowy summits old in story."

    The Story Girl

  • This reference to Early's encampment on the mountain-rimmed plateau, to which Jackson withdrew at intervals in his marvellous campaign, reminds me that unfair contrasts have been drawn between the results achieved by these two generals in the same Valley.

    Reminiscences of the Civil War

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