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gully

1, gulley
1. a channel or small valley, esp one cut by heavy rainwater
2. NZ a small bush-clad valley
3. a deep, wide fissure between two buttresses in a mountain face, sometimes containing a stream or scree
4. Cricket
a. a fielding position between the slips and point
b. a fielder in this position
5. either of the two channels at the side of a tenpin bowling lane

gulley, gully

In a drainage system, a fitting at the upper end of a drain that receives the discharge from waste pipes or rain water.
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Unfortunately, that's just not realistic," said Gulley.
Gulley had complained to the Lane County sheriff's office about the speeding, the memo said, and was told he needed to get the license number of the vehicle and the name of the driver before deputies could respond.
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Chris "She came to rest quite quickly but sadly he was flushed about 500ft down the gulley," said Mr Lloyd, adding the woman escaped uninjured.
They then made their way down the North Gulley, before calling Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue.
Serving as best man was the groom's brother, Manny Gulley of Murrieta, California.
Mr Lloyd said: "The girl came to rest quite quickly and escaped uninjured but sadly the man was flushed about 500ft down the gulley.
Care worker Kim Thomas, who lives on the estate built three years ago, said: "The gulley is much better now and much more open.
Coun Gavin Cox, member for Splott and Tremorfa, said: 'The residents who have to live by the gulley are at their wits' end.
FROSTY Les in snow tunnel in the gulley on Carn na Caim.