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  • noun Plural form of ledge.


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  • Some of the remains, however, are on narrow mountain ledges that cannot be reached.

    Stevens, Phillip P.

  • Like Spanish missionaries, the first climbers through that region had climbed the Baja stain and along the California “coast,” dubbing ledges Mazatlan and Big Sur, and, near the summit, the Igloo.

    The Wall

  • Above a chasm where the brook precipitates itself from a height of at least 50 feet, there is thrown, for the convenience of the neighborhood, a rustic foot bridge, of about three feet in breadth, and without ledges, which is scarcely to be crossed by a stranger without awe and apprehension.

    Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet An Autobiography.

  • Quickly jump to the moving platform with the fire brother before he melts away all of your frozen coin ledges, then kill him and jump to the trio of floating coin ice cubes.

    IGN Complete

  • Another change is that Spencer can now climb ledges, which is likely great news to anyone who ever just missed a jump in the first game.

    Joystiq [Xbox]

  • In between the ledges was a drop to the end of eternity. Blogs

  • In between the ledges was a drop to the end of eternity. Blogs

  • Use your depthfinder to locate subtle contour changes, such as ledges orditches, on the main-lake edge of a spawning cove.

    Seven Places to Catch Pre-Spawn Bass on the Flats

  • Pediments and Cornices cornices are the "ledges" lots of those in Ann's shots

    Negative space.

  • We could take out obstacles, such as ledges, using Force lightning and deflect laser fire using Force push.

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features


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