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We got our feet wet, literally, with Hike Maui and guide Gail Rice, who led us through gushing streambeds and ultimately to a plunge into a waterfall-fed pool.
That’s why diamonds form after carbon takes a plunge inside Earth.
The rapid plunge has triggered all kinds of warnings about how low it could go.
We already saw air pollution plunge in San Diego when stay-at-home orders were fresh and feared.
Indeed, after a record-fast plunge into a bear market in March, stocks have managed to completely recover and are currently trading around all-time highs, up 14% for the year at Tuesday’s close.
Completely horizontal, it fell like a skydiver—a position designed to increase the spacecraft’s surface area—and air resistance—to slow the plunge.
Terror drives you on; fate coerces you; you can't help yourself, and my delight is to make the plunge terrible.
CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
We met like hostile bulls, and wonder not that we should plunge at once upon each other's horns!
To elucidate this it is necessary to plunge into the jungle of pure economic theory.
But the sailors plunge into the very fire itself; entering the houses, they strive to rescue the contents until the roofs fall in.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND

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