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cliff

a steep high rock face, esp one that runs along the seashore and has the strata exposed

What does it mean when you dream about a cliff?

Sometimes, standing on the edge of a cliff can represent that one has a broad view of something, or we might feel as if we are living on the edge. More often, it represents things like anxiety, fear of failure and the unknown, and taking a risk. We can also feel threatened, as when we are pushed to the edge.

cliff

[klif]
(geography)
A high, steep, perpendicular or overhanging face of a rock; a precipice.

Cliff

(dreams)
Standing on the edge of a cliff could be a frightening but at the same time exhilarating experience. Dreaming about cliffs generally indicates that the dreamer has come to a point of heightened understanding and awareness. An increase in the level of consciousness may have occurred. Through hard work and perseverance, the dreamer may have reached a vantage or plateau of understanding.
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WALKERS have been warned not to pose for risky selfies next to a popular seaside cliff where a "potentially dangerous" crack has been found.
He managed to get down the cliff to the dog, but was left stranded by the incoming tide.
It's very clear that cliffs are very unstable in places.
702 height in feet - making them the tallest sea cliffs in Europe
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In announcing that it is idling the Wabush Scully mine, Cliffs said the mine's costs had become unsustainably high, including fourth-quarter 2013 cash costs of $143/mt.
Party leaders meet to stave off the fiscal cliff, details at 6," proclaims a teaser crawl on the TV news.
When the cliffs tumble, locals describe it as "like a lorry going down the hill".
According to Cliffs, its all-cash offer is thought to be clearly in the best interest of Spider's shareholders.
A teenager told today how he plunged 40ft down a cliff and survived.
Here the glazing forms a frameless box reflecting the sea and the cliffs by day and the moon by night.
In earlier studies, he and his colleagues found that plants and lichens growing on the Niagara Escarpment--a 700-kilometer stretch of limestone cliffs in southern Ontario--decline in popular climbing spots compared with unclimbed locations.