The ravine inhibits the engines from tearing away, and within seconds smoke appears.
Last December a Continental 737 taking off from Denver aborted at the last second and, in icy conditions, skidded into a ravine.
About four months later, police found her body in a ravine in Smith County, Texas.
Hasan says he's heard the ravine was used as a garbage dump by the locals for years; few remains have survived.
Whose fault was it anyways that truck three got stuck in the ravine?
The young cataracts, as they danced down the ravine, laughed to the budding flowers.
The trickle in the ravine became a torrent, and he heard it roaring.
They whirled off the trail and ran down among the trees toward a brook that we could hear brawling in the bed of the ravine.
Then they boldly climbed the bank of the ravine, and poked about among the trees.
It was accessible only on one side, and that from the ravine or glen below.
1760, "deep gorge," from French ravin "a gully" (1680s, from Old French raviner "to pillage, sweep down, cascade"), and from French ravine "violent rush of water, gully worn by a torrent," from Old French ravine "violent rush of water, waterfall; avalanche; robbery, rapine," both ultimately from Latin rapina "act of robbery, plundering" (see rapine); sense influenced by Latin rapidus "rapid." Middle English ravine meant "booty, plunder, robbery" from c.1350-1500. Cf. ravening.