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“It was a day when nothing moved without necessity, save swarms of mosquitoes and, far below the cliffs, the sea, lapping at the rock-face.”
“It appears as if every detail of every landscape, rock-face, reflection, leaf, sand dune, animal and bug has been perfectly captured and painted across your television screen.”
“He nodded, eyes intent on the narrow path up the rock-face.”
“Although there were several doors, if one opened them one only found oneself standing in front of a dark, smooth rock-face, scarcely a handbreadth beyond the threshold and extending vertically upwards and horizontally on both sides, seemingly without any end.”
“The Cirque de Gavarnie is a glacial amphitheatre with a rock-face popular with climbers, and with one of the highest waterfalls (423 m) in the Pyrénées.”
“He wished he was a fossil responding to geological time, creaking, calcifying, hardening, going deeper and deeper into a rock-face or river-bed, metamorphosing over thousands of years from flesh and blood and marrow into stone; better to be a fossil than human, on the cusp of some painful new development almost every day.”
“At the end of the bridge, a solid rock-face would have greeted the two Misfits, but a big hole appeared to have been punched out from the other side.”
“I reached round with my free claw and tightly gripped Anders's belt, swung my foot claws in, and gripped the rock-face with them.”
“Each finger is a piton, and programmed to seek out crevices on the rock-face you are climbing.”
“The other sheq dived for safer holds and pulled close to the rock-face.”
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