Big Sur

  1. a picturesque coastal region of California to the south of San Francisco
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How To Use Big Sur In A Sentence

  • The 1986 oil spill killed 9, 000 seabirds along the coast between San Francisco and Big Sur.
  • Between its functioning as a companion piece to the documentary and standing alone as a portrait of the man's California dry-out, the music of One Fast Move Or I'm Gone -- its title poached from one of Big Sur's lines -- eerily digs into Kerouac's story, at times, insinuating things better than the author's own words. Mike Ragogna: HuffPost Reviews: Twilight's New Moon, Kerouac's Big Sur, Cohen's Isle Of Wight, and more including This Week's New Albums
  • The big surprise was the strong showing of ultraconservative Islamists, called Salafis, many of whom reject women's participation in voting or public life.
  • Although sulphur dioxide has been the biggest threat so far, the eruption could produce more big surprises. Times, Sunday Times
  • The results are hardly a big surprise. Times, Sunday Times
  • Big surprise there,’ Jordan quipped, though with considerably less acid in his voice.
  • And just the the modestness of people's standard of living there is a big surprise when you've heard of Japan's tremendous success. More Like Us: Making America Great Again
  • Brussow's inclusion in the so-called midweek team was the big surprise pulled by Springbok coach Peter de Villiers on Monday. IOL: News
  • This let me in for a big surprise
  • The big surprise was that there were only five goals in a match that was wide open and full of chances. The Sun
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