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  • She closes a photo album with captions that substitute for her landsliding memories.

    Grilled Cheese

  • These votes are landsliding their way across America.

    Time for YOU to Get Local With Impeaching Cheney, then Bush

  • You might expect some wave activity really, really close to the area, which could be related, to, you know, secondary effects, like, you know, some landsliding or something like that.

    CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2007

  • Those who hate Rudy Giuliani find it impossible to believe that a supposedly paranoid know-it-all like him would not be totally aware of all the things now landsliding out of Bernard Kerik's closet.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • We can then show the relative risk that there'll be some shallow landsliding that can generate debris flows that can take away fish habitat or hit housing.

    The Liquid Earth

  • It also coincided with severe landsliding in southern California, raising concern that increasingly frequent heavy weather (there have been three strong El Niños and two weaker ones in the past sixteen years) will cause more debris flows than ever before.

    The Liquid Earth

  • Uplift caused deformation, landsliding and consequent collapse of the top of the edifice.

    Alid project summary

  • That said, the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake doesn't seem to have caused any major landsliding or slumping in the terraces.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Yet it's the mournful landsliding side of the Mac which airs itself on would probably trip over her spangly shawl to cast spooky spells in.

    NME Features

  • "What's resulted is a lot of landsliding, and buildings have collapsed and then fallen down the hillside," he told Network Ten from Port-au-Prince. - Stuff


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