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1 The climber fell down a precipice.
2 A loose rock tumbled over the precipice.
3 Do not seat your love upon a precipice because it is high.
4 A slight carelessness on this precipice could cost a man his life.
5 That put him on the precipice.
6 Above me, a precipice of unbroken rock.
7 The howlers were skirting the scary precipice of extinction.
8 I did not feel I was on the precipice of peace.
9 The ship broke in half, tumbled over the precipice, and went to pieces.
10 This is primarily a Delightful Precipice album, with much bravura contrapuntal writing and Django's vision more focused than ever.
11 The film opens with a shot of a climber dangling from a precipice.
12 The hut hung half over the edge of the precipice.
13 This latest tax increase may push many small companies over the financial precipice.
14 They were perilously close to the edge of the precipice.
15 The country was now on the edge of a precipice .
16 The King now stands on the brink of a political precipice.
17 The stock market is on the edge of a precipice .
18 Always the boy was about to plunge over the precipice.
19 I was privately grateful that it was too dark to make out the edge of the precipice.
20 The tanks backed away from the fences, the crowds passed from the precipice of death to the summits of elation.
21 Britain in the early 1990s appears to be on the precipice of the worst recession since the 1930s.
22 Here are the stories of some who stopped just short of that precipice.
23 Resting his weight on his bended knee, he was staring motionless over a precipice towards the lake.
24 A single unwise maneuver would have sent Robinson and his skiff plunging over the precipice.
25 Ruth wanted to reach out and pull him back,[www.Sentencedict.com] as if he were moving towards a precipice.
26 Many believed that the country was teetering on the precipice of political anarchy and economic collapse.
27 He had gone only a few yards however when the horse hurled him over a precipice to his death.
28 She went very still, the sensation of being poised too near the edge of a precipice sweeping over her again.
29 He started to walk backwards as together they advanced until he fell over a precipice, the hound at his throat.
30 I think I even intended to gather up the sleeping bundle in my arms and take it away from this dreadful precipice.
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