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The Silver Chair
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  • ...found herself to her horror sliding down into a dark, narrow chasm...
  • But the moment the bang came and the chasm opened and the sea began rising, it all came back.
  • In this way they came to the edge of the chasm.
  • and everyone answers himself and says, There’s a crack or chasm split open and a nice warm glow coming up through it from the Really Deep Land, a thousand fathom under us.
  • The depth of the chasm was so bright that at first it dazzled their eyes and they could see nothing.
  • Down the rugged sides of the chasm, looking black like flies against all that fiery light, hundreds of Earthmen were climbing.
  • She had felt sure that he would like the idea of sliding down that chasm even less than she did.
  • Your Honour can see the beginning of the road on the far side of the chasm.
  • Already, while they looked, the chasm was narrower.
  • The chasm was now no broader than a stream.
  • It was therefore not really long before they had opened a great black chasm in the hillside.

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  • You can’t leap a twenty-foot chasm with two 10-foot jumps.
  • We were stopped by an impassable chasm.

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