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 n.— «It turns out that waterfall ranking is, well, rancorous. Waterfall people—who are a lot like train people and lighthouse people—are burning up the discussion boards, debating Gocta’s place on the charts with fierce references to seasonal flow, degree of slope and something called “freeleap.” Partisans of certain Norwegian cascades have bordered on rude.» —“Introducing Peru’s Gocta” by Steve Hendrix Providence Journal (Rhode Island) Nov. 5, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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