What are depths?

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Murky Depths
... Murky Depths bylined as "The Quarterly Anthology of Graphically Dark Speculative Fiction" is a British horror and science fiction magazine which began ... Murky Depths received the British Fantasy Awards Best Magazine/Periodical in 2010 and shortlisted for the same award in 2011 ... The last issue of Murky Depths was published in September 2011 but the publishers, The House of Murky Depths (based in the village of Fosdyke in South ...
The Lower Depths (1957 Film)
... The Lower Depths (どん底, Donzoko?) is a 1957 Japanese film directed by Akira Kurosawa, based on the play The Lower Depths by Maxim Gorky ...
Seguenziidae - Distribution
... Ocean and the Antarctic Ocean, mostly at bathyal and abyssal depths ... Only a few species have been found at depths less than 300 m and none at intertidal depths ...
Saba Bank - Geography
... It is raised about 1000 m above the general depths of the surrounding sea floor. 2200 km², as measured from 11-200 metre depth, 1600 km² of which is shallower than 50 m ... bank extends about 55 km southwest, with a least reported depth of 7.3 m located about 15 km southwest of Mount Scenery ...
Murky Depths - Issues To Date
... Murky Depths Issue #1 - September, 2007 - ISBN 978-1-906584-01-6 Murky Depths Issue #2 - December, 2007 - ISBN 978-1-906584-02-3 Murky Depths Issue #3 - March, 2008 - ISBN 978-1-906584-03-0 Murky Depths Issue ...

Famous quotes containing the word depths:

    ... perhaps there exists only one intelligence from which the world sublets, one intelligence toward which each person, from the depths of his individual body, directs his gaze, as in the theater where, though each has a seat, however, there is only one stage.... But if it we all shared the same intelligence, [Bergotte] would, upon hearing me express [my ideas], remember them, love them, smile at them....
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    my father moved through dooms of love
    through sames of am through haves of give,
    singing each morning out of each night
    my father moved through depths of height
    —E.E. (Edward Estlin)

    The day is not purer than the depths of my heart.
    Jean Racine (1639–1699)