Gargantua

[cave] Gargantua is a limestone cave located on the Andy Good Plateau in British Columbia, Canada. {As of|2002} it has 6001 m of passages with a depth of 286 m. It contains the largest natural cavern in Canada at 290m long, 30m wide and 25m high. In October 2002, a group of caving club students from W. R. Myers High School were trapped in t...
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Gargantua

[solitaire] Gargantua is a solitaire card game that is basically a version of Klondike using two decks. It is also known as Jumbo in Aisleriot Solitaire (which is part of the GNOME Desktop). ==Rules== Instead of seven in Klondike, there are nine tableau piles to be formed. Forming these nine tableau piles of cards, i.e. dealing the cards, i...
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Gargantua

Gargantua is the hero of Rabelais' satire, so named from his father exclaiming 'Que grand tu as!' 'How large (a gullet) thou hast!' on hearing him cry out, immediately on his birth, ' Drink, drink!' so lustily as to be heard over several districts. It required 900 ells of linen for the body of his shirt, and 200 more for the gussets, 1100 cow-hides...
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