Gap or The Gap may refer to:
Other articles related to "gap, gaps":
... 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 ... 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 ... fair Chicago's bid eventually won, "and out of sheer cussedness voted for Cumberland Gap" as the proposed site ...
... Gap is an unincorporated community in Stokes County, North Carolina, United States, approximately 5 miles WSW of Danbury, North Carolina, near ... Tobaccoville‡ Townships Beaver Island 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 ... spread to many other features in the region, such as the Cumberland Gap ... arrived in the region leading a company of men to widen the path through the gap to make settlement of Kentucky and Tennessee easier ...
... "I knew I had to give it everything and if there was no gap, then there was no gap ... 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-qualificat ...
Famous quotes containing the word gap:
“... we may leisurely
Each one demand and answer to his part
Performed in this wide gap of time since
First we were dissevered.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The gap between the committed and the indifferent is a Sahara whose faint trails, followed by the minds eye only, fade out in sand.”
—Nadine Gordimer (b. 1923)
“Here is the place; right over the hill
Runs the path I took;
You can see the gap in the old wall still,
And the stepping-stones in the shallow brook.”
—John Greenleaf Whittier (18071892)