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  • noun Alternative spelling of gully. (Etymology 1)


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  • Hi ned i was looking for names that was in the civil war to see if there where family was found my grandfather and grate grandfather is from Arkansas thay had a lot of land now it is a park called the gulley park north west of arkansas .

    Rambles at » About me

  • On his left the gulley was a dark-green smear on the hillside, directly below him was open grass where the bushbuck would cross.

    When the Lion Feeds

  • We climbed up this ridge (note people on right side of photo) to get a look at the siltstone and shale exposed in the gulley, which is mostly out of view.

    Clastic Detritus

  • He could have spent longer drinking in the Martian view, letting his eyes wander with relish over every rock and stone, every gulley and mound, every dune and hollow, but he knew that he had to get going.

    First Words

  • Doubling back about a quarter of a mile before Calato you come across Lindos through a narrow gulley of rock.

    May « 2010 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • But there was no rest in any part; the canoe descended deeper and deeper into the gulley, through which the river flows between high clayey banks, as the water subsided, and with the glowing sun overhead we felt at midday as if in a furnace.

    Weatherwatch: heat and mosquitoes in the Amazon

  • The old tramway down to the mine - but POW's had to use the gulley on the left.


  • Every night I was sinking deeper into a foam-filled valley, next to an empty gulley.

    Brenda Peterson: The Single Bed That Saved My Life

  • My favorites were the woods near one of my childhood apartments, where an abandoned construction site had left an unnatural clearing dominated by an ancient oak tree, and a big red-clay gulley near my middle school.

    Going Strange Places «

  • The soaring arc of a well-struck drive that settles gently on the distant fairway in your mind becomes the clunking dud that nosedives into the gulley at your feet.

    All Fore One: College pals reunite 35 years later at a golf resort


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