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7, she went to Dripstone High where a gymnasium was named after her and casted her vote.
Dripstone decoration is poor and suffered fracturing by young tectonic processes, which is obvious from fresh rupturing of the dripstones (Fig.
Marengo Cave in Marengo has the Dripstone Trail, with huge corridors of slender totem pole stalagmites.
On prayer-meeting night, outside the vestibule among multiple bell-pulls of Virginia creeper, the terrible clepsydra of becoming distils its drop: a luna moth, the emblem of the born-again, furred like an orchid behind the ferned antennae, a totem-garden of lascivious pheromones, hangs, its glimmering streamers pierced by the dripstone burin of the eons with the predatory stare out of the burrow, those same eyeholes.
381), but also in caves on dripstone and flowstone speleothems composed of calcite, epsomite, goethite, and even mud.
That Tsvetaeva had indeed begun to shift her emphasis from writing to death is corroborated by a letter to Ivask, written in April of the same year, which introduces the themes she was to develop in 'Est schastlivtsy i schastlivitsy': [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] Frau Holle (NB: TO [??]E!) (Holle-Holle)' ('There is [...] only one crevice: into the depth, out of time, a crevice leading into the dripstone caves of pre-history: into the underground kingdom of Persephone and Minos--where Orpheus said farewell: into HA-DES.
Rock formations made from dripping water are called dripstone. Sometimes the dripping water just reaches the roof of a cave and then starts to evaporate.