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  • n. Plural form of gully.

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Examples

  • Then they lost him for a moment, where two mountain gullies met

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • NASA researchers have documented the formation of new craters on the plant's surface and found bright, light-coloured deposits in gullies that were not present in previous photos.

    Boing Boing: December 3, 2006 - December 9, 2006 Archives

  • And pictures on that camera, although not released to the media, as described to us, it shows the route they took, which was up that Eliot Glacier and up the gullies, which is the dangerous part of the mountain and they did summit.

    CNN Transcript Dec 19, 2006

  • And also a camera and some of the pictures being developed from that camera, we are told, describe the notch -- the route they took which was up that Elliot Glacier, up the dangerous gullies, which is a steep part of the mountain to summit.

    CNN Transcript Dec 19, 2006

  • Along the gullies were the scars of prospect holes, staring like dark, blind eyes out upon the gorge; -- reminders of the lost hopes of a day gone by.

    The Cross-Cut

  • Although underlying terrain variations, such as gullies or small boulders, can create conditions that will bury a person further up the slope during an avalanche, the deposition zone is where a victim will most likely be buried.

    Avalanche

  • On the Blue Mountains, as you crossed in the train, you will have seen wild "gullies," as they are called in Australia -- ravines in the hills which rise abruptly all around, sometimes in wild cliffs and sometimes in steep wooded slopes.

    Peeps At Many Lands: Australia

  • Over the past decade, scientists have found numerous geological features, such as gullies and possible lakebeds, that indicate water was once present on the surface.

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  • This presentation will explain the origin of caves and related features, such as gullies and sink holes, including the perils of the earth swallowing up people, cars and houses, such as happened at Brittons Hill in August 2007.

    Barbados Free Press

  • Skirting the deep gullies, I walked to the palace mound and scrambled up the steep ramp; the rotting remains of steps turned under my feet.

    Fire The Sky

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