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  • Beyond the shoulder of the road was a steep drop-off that ended in a rock-strewn desert wash some fifty yards below.

    Fatal Error

  • Shroud-lines that had wrapped themselves around my helmet and neck forced my head back down into the rock-strewn earth.

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  • In this sense, Kylemore and the Henrys' lives do parallel the fortunes of so many who lived and died in this largely barren, rock-strewn yet unimaginably beautiful land.

    Terry Newell: What Lasts? Reflections From Ireland

  • Curious, Ali followed Flossie Haywood as she trudged across the road and through the rock-strewn sandy shoreline.

    Fatal Error

  • Moved by the same soft breeze that stirs the silver birch, a few white clouds drift slowly across an otherwise blue sky, their lilac-grey shadows passing lazily across the rock-strewn face of Beinn Mhor, the mountain whose massive presence dominates this part of South Uist.

    Country diary: South Uist

  • In this sense, Kylemore and the Henrys' lives do parallel the fortunes of so many who lived and died in this largely barren, rock-strewn yet unimaginably beautiful land.

    Terry Newell: What Lasts? Reflections From Ireland

  • And officials said the men were so giddy with confidence they were squabbling on Saturday, the day drills broke through to them, over who would get to be the last to take a twisting, 20-minute ride the half-mile up to a rock-strewn desert moonscape and into the embrace of those they love.

    Chile Mine Rescue: Tense Final Hours Ahead For Chilean Miners

  • And officials said the men were so giddy with confidence they were squabbling on Saturday, the day drills broke through to them, over who would get to be the last to take a twisting, 20-minute ride the half-mile up to a rock-strewn desert moonscape and into the embrace of those they love.

    Chile Mine Rescue: Tense Final Hours Ahead For Chilean Miners

  • In this sense, Kylemore and the Henrys' lives do parallel the fortunes of so many who lived and died in this largely barren, rock-strewn yet unimaginably beautiful land.

    Terry Newell: What Lasts? Reflections From Ireland

  • When I was 15, a woodchuck that lived in a rock-strewn field in upstate New York taught me a valuable lesson about risk assessment.

    A Year Without Fear

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