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“Take a seven-mile detour north to the Rio Grande Gorge , park the car, walk over the bridge and marvel at the almost terrifying grandeur of that mighty waterway snaking through a gouge in the earth 565 feet below.”
“That's because Marc Silver, now 58, arrived every morning fresh off a seven-mile bike ride or run down the Capital Crescent Trail.”
“In a brief interview after the ceremony, West -- who kicked off his day at 5 a.m. with a seven-mile run on the National Mall with friends who came up from South Florida -- called it a "great day" but also acknowledged that he may be at odds with other members of the caucus.”
“Veteran school bus driver Betty Burden pleaded guilty Wednesday to driving her seven-mile suburban Chicago route, with 45 students aboard, while heavily intoxicated.”
“For the past week, artist Lisa Lozano has been weaving a seven-mile length of red jute through the trees of a 19th-century cemetery in Kingston, N.Y.”
“City government ignored this seven-mile river that stretches through D.C.'s eastern corridor.”
“I never turn anyone away, but it's very unfair on them and their families – if they're making a seven-mile journey, they have to be disadvantaged by that.”
“The stage included a more than six-mile climb to Moncenisio followed by the even tougher seven-mile ascent to Sestriere — the Cima Coppi (Coppi Peak) dedicated to Fausto Coppi, the star Italian rider of the 1940s and '50s.”
“Not that it affected my performance: on Boxing Day I won the seven-mile Chevin Chase race in Guiseley, by nearly two minutes from my nearest rival.”
“So one week before a showdown at the Bix 7, a high-profile seven-mile road race in Iowa, Khannouchi retired to the mountains outside Albuquerque, N.M., for some intense workouts.”
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