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Imagine trying to climb down that craggy, crumbly wall in a spacesuit.
He takes his bows almost grudgingly, his craggy face expressionless, his eyes apparently unseeing.
The high points where land and sea meet provide dramatic vistas of craggy shorelines and pounding oceans.
He slowed to scan the perimeter: craggy trees, children playing hopscotch, elderly people waiting for buses.
And while the rough boys are framed by nature-beeches and a craggy tree-this courting scene is framed by art.
Traveling through this vast wilderness you will discover craggy ridges, glacier carved valleys and fragile flowers.
These all-white sheep live their short lives on alpine ridges and meadows, and on steep, craggy slopes.
The ever-changing geology reveals itself in spectacularly craggy cliffs, sea stacks, pinnacles and snow-topped volcanoes.
They could not have survived in their barren, craggy land without sheep to provide them food and wool for clothing.
Some icebergs were craggy and weather-beaten, possibly old icebergs that had been exposed to wind and sea.
The lava dome is a craggy mound-shaped pile of fresh lava nestled in the crater.
However, several of the highest mountains contain alpine-type summits characterized by talus-covered slopes and craggy summits.
The landscape of the park is comprised of a steep, craggy stream valley and rolling hills.
They learned to cultivate crops in small patches of fertile land on the craggy hillsides.
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