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As he entered the canyon, he clutched his chest and fell to the sidewalk.
After penning her own memoir, canyon decided to own it, “so I self published,” she said.
"narrow valley between cliffs," 1834, from Mexican Spanish cañon, extended sense of Spanish cañon "a pipe, tube; deep hollow, gorge," augmentative of cano "a tube," from Latin canna "reed" (see cane (n.)). But earlier spelling callon (1560s) might suggest a source in calle "street."