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  • n. Plural form of gulley.


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  • Visitors come for the tropical climate, wide white beaches and spectacular sunsets, the opportunities for surfing and diving, the spine of volcanic mountains which send soil and water down deep gulleys to picturesque trays of green rice paddies, the new resorts and souvenir shops, the thousands of temples, and the artistic legacy of its religious and ritual past.

    Island Art, and All That Comes With It

  • At first the cliffs were not really cliffs at all, just very steep hills, eroded into sharp gulleys and ravines.

    Gideon’s war

  • Because they say the best places to go to look for that are areas that are geologically or were geologically active, but those are kind of dangerous because they've got gulleys and ravines, and you can't have robots like the Mars Rovers explore them because they just haven't had a great track record of that.

    What Are The Challenges Of 'Trailblazing Mars'?

  • The dirt track to the Sierra de los Organos is passable all-year in regular vehicles, though care should be exercised when crossing the small dry gulleys, which are enlarged following every rainy season.

    Hats off to Sombrerete in the state of Zacatecas

  • I shot a big doe through the lung (25-06) and tracked her over numerous hills and gulleys in the Shenandoah before I saw the first sigh of blood.

    Very Little Drops Dead

  • As it grew dark, a trailer was pulled across the washes and gulleys until it approached the filly, about a hundred yards away and down hill.

    Deanne Stillman: Christmas Elegy for Bugz the Wild Horse, 1998-2009

  • Montane forest remnants also remain in gulleys of the Obudu Plateau and on the highland areas further to the north such as the Mambila and Mana Plateaux and Gashaka Gumti; all are smaller than the Cameroon patches.

    Cameroonian Highlands forests

  • On the foredeck rivers of blood gushed down specially designed gulleys, foaming up as they dashed against the gunwhales.

    Neurosurgical Intervention For Beginners

  • As the gulleys got larger and roots were exposed of the addedquince and forsythia the need for a wall was apparent.

    Bloom Day At The Semi Garden « Fairegarden

  • He wants to se a Navy Seal Sniper tracking Zarqhawi from the gulleys at the side of the road.

    Think Progress » “I got called a chickenhawk the other day,”


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