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The steamboats skimming along under the stupendous precipices were diminished by distance to the daintiest little toys, the sailboats and rowboats to shallops proper for fairies that keep house in the cups of lilies and ride to court on the backs of bumblebees.
Nyenze's wife won the party's nomination, positioning her at the precipice of taking over from her late husband.
The National Park Service (NPS) will reopen Precipice, Valley Cove, and Jordan cliffs and associated trails in Acadia National Park to public entry on Thursday, August 3, 2017.
His three novels The Year of the Dogs ( L'annee des chiens ), The Precipice Estate (La cite du precipice) and I Do As the Swimmer in the Sea (Je fais comme fait dans la mer le nageur), published between 1996 and 2002, are top of the list of the beautiful things he bequeathed.
Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday he plans to travel to the Middle East to try to calm violence between Palestinians and Israelis and move the situation "away from this precipice.
He writes about a moral precipice, but the question is about how we get there.
Mercedes-Benz 310 minibus fell into the precipice driving on the Bishkek-Osh road, killing 3 people and sending 7 into the nearby hospital.
Le secretaire general de l'ONU, Ban Ki-moon, presse Israeliens et Palestiniens de [beaucoup moins que] s'eloigner du precipice [beaucoup plus grand que] et de retourner a la table des negociations avant qu'il ne soit trop tard.
In the south, the Precipice Walk is a three-mile trail which gives you one of the best views of the Mawddach estuary.
The one-year-old pet, adopted from an animal welfare shelter two months before, had tumbled down on to a precipice from the cliff top during a walk.
Curated by North East digital art darling Kelly Richardson, The Big M's current exhibition, entitled On the Precipice, is a contemplation of the impact of human history on our natural environment.
Having just passed through the recession, and avoided another one, many of us have gone to the precipice of matters.