n.— «Climbers encounter virtually every technique somewhere in its 2000 feet, though the most exciting sections entail steep edging and smearing, plus a knack for finding the easiest line.» —“DNB: Direct North Buttress, Middle Cathedral Rock, Yosemite Valley” by John Long Climbing Magazine Feb.-Mar., 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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