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But the cheque was sent from Montanvert before he had even conceived the idea of ascending the Aiguille Blanche.
As exciting an experience as can well be imagined took place on the Aiguille du Midi at Chamonix in 1871.
On the south side countless "aiguilles" pierce the sky, from le Tour on the east to the Aiguille du Goûté on the west.
I spent some time in sketching this spot with its unassuming little buildings, and the Aiguille du Goûté in the back ground.
The last-named was killed, aged 31, in a climbing accident in 1882 on the Aiguille Blanche near Courmayeur.
RUSTIC SOUNDSFRANCIS DARWIN
The aiguille may generally be represented by the type a, Fig. 42; the solid and simple beds of rock by the type c.
The top of the 183 Aiguille Charmoz is not the point under d, but that under e.
The hollow in the heart of the aiguille is as smooth and sweeping in curve as the cavity of a vast bivalve shell.
Constantly I have been alone on the Glacier des Bois—and far among the loneliest aiguille recesses.
THE LIFE OF JOHN RUSKINW. G. COLLINGWOOD
From this "green" there was a grand view of the mountains, with the sharp point of the Aiguille towering above them all.
MENTONE, CAIRO, AND CORFUCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON

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