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  • Seconds before the crash, an alarm sounded, and an automated voice warned the pilots in English, Terrain ahead!

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  • On Sunday I went to some readings, including jess_ka's Deep Terrain, which is an alternate Earth fantasy that sounds really interesting.

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  • Our readers are aware that the Terrain was a tongue of land enclosed by walls on the side next the city, belonging to the chapter of Notre Dame, and forming the end of the island on the east, behind the church.

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  • The Terrain is a solid piece of that strategy, delivering a package on par with any of its competition.

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  • The base engine in the Terrain is a 2. 4-liter, 182-horsepower four-cylinder that should be plenty for most.

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  • Analysis of the black boxes suggests the pilot was unaware of how low he was flying, which is surprising since the craft was fitted with a special safety device called a Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) that warns the crew when the craft gets too close to the ground and prevents collision with obstacles such as hills, antennas or trees.

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  • Two interchangeable finishes - "Blond" and "Terrain" - provide the foundation for the collection's canvas.

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  • Equinox sales are up 98 percent from last year, while the Terrain is a newer vehicle and few had been built at this time last year.

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  • Complementing the Terrain are the Acadia eight-passenger crossover, Yukon and Yukon XL and Sierra pickups.

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  • Leifsdottir, a house and garden store called Terrain and a wedding brand due for Valentine's day.

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