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precipice
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Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia
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  • They had come, without seeing it, almost to the edge of a small precipice from which they looked down into a gorge...
  • Mayn’t it have changed? A landslide might have pulled off half the side of that hill, leaving bare rock, and there are your precipices beyond the gorge.
  • Then the Rush might go on deepening its course year after year till you get the little precipices this side.
  • For a long way Aslan went along the top of the precipices.
  • Presently they came to another steep path, up the face of the farther precipices.

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  • She approached and then pulled back from the precipice.
  • She skied off a precipice, dropped her skis in midair, and then opened a parachute.

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