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  • The last pack, from Long Lake to Linderman, was three miles, and the trail, if trail it could be called, rose up over a thousand-foot hogback, dropped down a scramble of slippery rocks, and crossed a wide stretch of swamp.

    THE TASTE OF THE MEAT

  • A thousand-foot apartment in the city rents these days for two to three thousand dollars a month, which is more than most Israelis make altogether.

    Noah Efron: The Israeli Summer

  • A thousand-foot apartment in the city rents these days for two to three thousand dollars a month, which is more than most Israelis make altogether.

    Noah Efron: The Israeli Summer

  • The ground shook as Saehrimnir, the giant boar of Asgard, eternal feast for Odin and his warriors, stumped miles across the green and sacred field of Ida toward the beckoning forest of thousand-foot trees.

    The Pig’s End « A Fly in Amber

  • The shortest route includes a dangerous stretch of road through a winding canyon with a thousand-foot cliff on the shoulder.

    The Daily Carrot Principle

  • The shortest route includes a dangerous stretch of road through a winding canyon with a thousand-foot cliff on the shoulder.

    The Daily Carrot Principle

  • The pour in Black Canyon—involving the constant motion of men, equipment, and material twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week in and above a thousand-foot gorge in the desert-unfolded on a grander scale and comprised vastly more moving pieces than anything Crowe had ever attempted.

    Colossus

  • The shortest route includes a dangerous stretch of road through a winding canyon with a thousand-foot cliff on the shoulder.

    The Daily Carrot Principle

  • The pour in Black Canyon—involving the constant motion of men, equipment, and material twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week in and above a thousand-foot gorge in the desert-unfolded on a grander scale and comprised vastly more moving pieces than anything Crowe had ever attempted.

    Colossus

  • Nevertheless, "Obama won't touch this issue with a thousand-foot pole," Miron says.

    Prohibition Fighter

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