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It could help river advocates fight for cleaner water running through the gorge and should ensure access to the world-class climbing inside the new park boundaries for generations to come.
The wimple or gorger is stated first to have appeared in Edward the First's reign.
Et le plat drle ose appeler trs-clment celui qui fit gorger sous les yeux de Maurice ses quatre fils avant de l'gorger lui-mme.
WALKS IN ROMEAUGUSTUS J.C. HARE
Gorger, a swell, a well-dressed, or gorgeous man—probably derived from the latter adjective.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN

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