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Gland Canyon

n. the cleavage (between the breasts). (see also Mammary Lane.) I’d like nothing better than being lost in Gland Canyon.
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yodeling in a canyon

in. talking aimlessly. You are just yodeling in a canyon if you think I really care about it.
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References in classic literature ?
Even if no canyon intervened, his chances of surmounting even low hills seemed remote should he have the fortune to reach their base; but with another canyon hope was dead.
It was a land that Tarzan never had looked upon before, nor was it likely that the foot of another white man ever had touched it unless, possibly, in some long-gone day the adventurer whose skeleton he had found bleaching in the canyon had traversed it.
There was little opportunity for the spirit of the place to return with its quietude and repose, for the man's voice, raised in ragtime song, still dominated the canyon with possession.
Then he smoked a pipe by the smouldering coals, listening to the night noises and watching the moonlight stream through the canyon.
In the morning he stole a march on the sun, for he had finished breakfast when its first rays caught him, and he was climbing the wall of the canyon where it crumbled away and gave footing.
He looked again and decided that it was the purple haze of the hills made dark by a convolution of the canyon wall at its back.
An' right here an' now I name this yere canyon 'All Gold Canyon,' b' gosh
So Blade, who played at Canyon and briefly coached at Glendale College and College of the Canyons before returning to his alma mater when head coach Harry Welch came out of retirement in 2001, searched far and wide for a program willing to provide an opportunity for someone who had proven himself as an underling but had no head-coaching experience.
at College of the Canyons in a rematch of last year's Southern Section Div.
Valencia's 29-10 victory over Hart a year and a day ago at College of the Canyons snapped the Indians' 65-game league winning streak.
The big question at College of the Canyons these days: Will high-profile football prospect Wallace Bates decide to go out for the team?
It might have been the home-pool advantage or maybe it was the team's overwhelming depth, but Canyons Aquatic Club continued its impressive summer long-course season this past weekend at the Southern California Swimming AA Championships at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center.
particularly in the Southwest, where many colorful slot canyons can only be explored with the techniques adapted from rock climbing.
II, outshot and outplayed the Cowboys to earn a 3-1 quarterfinal playoff victory Friday night at College of the Canyons.
That was the year Canyon, led by Michigan-bound Ken Sollom, defeated Hart, led by UCLA-bound Jim Bonds, in a 42-32 shootout in front of more than 8,000 at College of the Canyons.