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- n. A cliff that abuts the sea (and was formed by sea erosion)
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The company generally felt that to go spook-hunting on a seacliff was a very silly anti-climax after the confession of the murderer.
As the camera raced through the windmills and past the seacliff-set nunnery and down into the sewer system, it reminded me of one of Emerson Cod's pop-up books, which is appropriate - since it was his own pop-up book, "Li'l Gumshoe" that brought his daughter back into the life of the private eye.
Rusher was walking along a path through the seacliff woods.
Kaylana gently set the eggshell down next to Kimi's chest, where the young thief lay on the seacliff, eyes closed, hands folded.
InFocus ScreenPlay Projector - $275 (richmond / seacliff)