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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.
Begin it where warm waters haltAnd take it in the canyon down,Not far, but too far to walk.Put in below the home of Brown.
There are more than 2,800 miles of trails on public lands around the canyon that are vehicle-friendly.
From railroad to canyon there is not an unuseful mile or hour.
Between its Babel towers narrow Nassau Street was like a canyon.
The canyon walls are drenched with rains and even some of the lofty spurs are clothed with dense forest or scrub.
When they approached the entrance to the canyon, gradually Linda slowed down.
Hours ago deep shadows settled into the canyon, as the sun passed behind the cliffs.
"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."