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A few loosened stones had come bowling down the slope, set free by the landslip.
THE ISLE OF UNRESTHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
This is merely a landslip, an event too common even to be observed.
CHRONICLES OF DUSTYPOREHENRY STEWART CUNNINGHAM
He had evidently made up his mind that the road to the Landslip was not a congenial one.
THE GIRLS OF ST. OLAVE'SMABEL MACKINTOSH
Already the sun was sinking and the air was growing chill, and a mist was gathering under the trees in the Landslip.
THE GIRLS OF ST. OLAVE'SMABEL MACKINTOSH
When the afternoon came, it was a pleasant and united little party which set out for the walk to the Landslip.
THE GIRLS OF ST. OLAVE'SMABEL MACKINTOSH
He hurled a stone, picked out of the landslip at the corner, and hit a tentacle full and fair with a dull thud like leather.
But of a great landslip in the Alps details are sure to be observed, and we are enabled to form a picture of the occurrence.
In the grounds of Pennsylvania Castle, shown on application, are the ruins of an ancient church, destroyed by a landslip.
The beautiful coast west of the Cobb is described in the next chapter, but mention must be made of the Landslip Walk.
From Lyme to Seaton by the Landslip is barely seven miles; by rail it is fifteen, involving two changes.

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