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  • s  having hills and crags

  • But instead of following Armstrong and his teammates over the cragged peaks of Europe, we're treated to ad nauseam stories about Tiger Woods, whose accomplishments are myriad, to .
  • When Melchior sings, Wagnerites forget the Metropolitan's tattered backdrops and seem to see the green Rhine and the doom-cragged, primeval mountains of Gothic legend.
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  • Machete Kills Killed by Camp
        By CALVIN PATTEN Machete Kills is certainly an achievement, albeit an ignominious one. It mixes action, explosions, the cragged face of Danny Trejo, almost a dozen veritable stars and a seemingly unending parade of gorgeous, gun wielding women together into a boring, nonsensical action comedy film that is […]
    Oct. 18, 2013 - The Cornell Daily Sun

  • George Kennan in Arizona Republic
    America has become a "monster country," afflicted by a swollen bureaucracy and "the hubris of inordinate size," Kennan wrote in his 1993 book, "Around the Cragged Hill: A Personal and Political Philosophy."

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