clifty


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clifty

(ˈklɪftɪ)
adj, cliftier or cliftiest
another word for cliffy
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Peifer will be responsible for OVEC activities including the operation of 2,386 megawatts of coal-fired generating capacity at Clifty Creek Station in Madison, Ind, and Kyger Creek Station in Cheshire, Ohio, 776 circuit miles of 345-kilovolt transmission lines, and the corporation's environmental and financial activities.
OVEC owns and operates five 217-MW units at Kyger Creek in Gallia County, Ohio and six 217-MW units at Clifty Creek near Madison, Indiana.
She attended Clifty Hall and Mountain Grove High School in Missouri.
Examples: Portland Arch, Lincoln State Park Amphitheater, William Lieber Nature Preserve, Rededication of Pine Hills Nature Preserve, Clifty Inn Rededication, and (amusing to some of my friends) Twin Swamps Nature Preserve.
They include shortstops Arky Vaughan (Clifty) and Travis Jackson (Waldo), third basemen Brooks Robinson (Little Rock) and George Kell (Swiflon), outfielder Lou Brock (El Dorado), and pitcher Dizzy Dean (Lucas).
MacNamara is a native of Big Clifty, Ky., and graduated from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green in 1986 with a bachelor of arts degree in history.
And when at last the horsemen emerged from the densities of the woods into the clifty gorge, and rode still in single file upon the swaying, hollow-sounding bridge, they found a deep red cloud reflected in the river, and all the harbingers of twilight abroad in the cove.
That same weekend, however, we were at Clifty Falls State Park and by coincidence, after hobbling up to the Nature Center, I saw our snake's identical twin.