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a cavern with beautiful stalactites
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The heavy invisible gas, in fact, runs out of the cavern in a great stream, and will in the open air put out torches when they are held near the ground.
A century ago, in caverns now littered with coffee tins, wine bottles and other refuse, Connecticut soldiers carved and burned their names into the chalk walls.
Image Most sports bars are caverns of dark wood and stale Michelob, mutant dives that sprouted too many televisions.
Where the wires and engine and stuff should be, there was just a felted cavern for your recreational equipment.
Yet the teachings you’re seeking are already embedded deep inside the caverns of your own experience.
Randazzo said the process creates caverns in the limestone and has been going on for thousands of years, long before Florida was Florida, but can be accelerated by heavy rain from a hurricane or a tropical storm.
Rather than a single cavern with a rectangular opening flap on the top, this hauler unzips around the sides and splays open into two halves, each with a mesh zippered cover.
And, in an extreme example of the new burrowing into the old, the architects set up a server closet in one of the arched caverns.
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Origin and Etymology of cavern
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Definition of cavern for English Language Learners
: a large cave
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