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  • n. the steeply sloping side of a canyon


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  • A rocky path leading down from the rim ends at a typical Tarahumara dwelling - a cave in the canyonside, with a natural spring as its running water supply and an open-air kitchen and dining-room.

    Mexico's Copper Canyon

  • The knife skitters across the pink sloping canyonside.

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  • That means climbing three thousand meters up the canyonside over a short dis'tance.

    Voyage To The City Of The Dead


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