Gap or The Gap may refer to:
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... Cumberland Gap has lent its name to a popular folk song recorded and performed by American folk and bluegrass musicians such as Woody Guthrie and Earl Scruggs and British skiffle artists such ... The gap has been mentioned in many songs, including the Old Crow Medicine Show song "Wagon Wheel" co-written by Bob Dylan and Ketch Secor, the song "The Ballad of Thunder Road", and the ... out of sheer cussedness voted for Cumberland Gap" as the proposed site ...
... give it everything and if there was no gap, then there was no gap ... But it worked out well." Despite having quite a considerable gap coming into the final lap, Van Dijk refused to believe that the race was won until the very end ... I didn't know how big the gap was, I didn't look back, I was just focused on riding hard and getting everything out." A few days on from the frustration of non-qualification, her new rainbow jersey ...
... Gap is an unincorporated community in Stokes County, North Carolina, United States, approximately 5 miles WSW of Danbury, North Carolina, near Hanging Rock State Park, on North Carolina State Highway 66 ... Big Creek Danbury Meadows Peters Creek Quaker Gap Sauratown Snow Creek Yadkin CDPs Germanton‡ Pinnacle Unincorporated communities Aarons Corner Asbury Boyles Chapel Brook ...
... A wind gap is a valley through which a waterway once flowed but is now dry as a result of stream capture ... A water gap is a similar feature, but one in which a waterway still flows ... Water gaps and wind gaps often provide practical routes for trails, roads, and railroads through mountainous terrain ...
... The gap was named for Prince William, Duke of Cumberland, who had many places named for him in the American colonies after the Battle of Culloden ... features in the region, such as the Cumberland Gap ... company of men to widen the path through the gap to make settlement of Kentucky and Tennessee easier ...
Famous quotes containing the word gap:
“The gap between ideals and actualities, between dreams and achievements, the gap that can spur strong men to increased exertions, but can break the spirit of othersthis gap is the most conspicuous, continuous land mark in American history. It is conspicuous and continuous not because Americans achieve little, but because they dream grandly. The gap is a standing reproach to Americans; but it marks them off as a special and singularly admirable community among the worlds peoples.”
—George F. Will (b. 1941)
“the gap of today filling itself
as emptiness is distributed
in the idea of what time it is
when that time is already past”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“Wherever a man separates from the multitude, and goes his own way in this mood, there indeed is a fork in the road, though ordinary travelers may see only a gap in the paling. His solitary path across lots will turn out the higher way of the two.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)