- n. Plural form of destination.
“As you might also imagine, mobile access to social networking destinations is also on the rise, with 10.6 million people in the US reaching such sites through their handsets.”
“Moreover, they suggest that mean-time access to destinations is a far better metric, in part due to the fact that it's mode neutral -- something that can't be said for vehicle delay.”
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“Express mail (may not be available to certain destinations): December 18th”
“The Louvre, despite being one of Paris 'top tourist destinations, is so damn huge that you can easily escape the crowds and literally lose yourself within it.”
“BUT, you must understand that ‘Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee’ are the main destinations of people emigrating from New Yawk City.”
“I like the last sentence, but I'm concerned its use of the "list" approach, as used in the list of Ken's complications and the list of destinations, is far too repetitive.”
“Berlin Airports (berlin-airport. de) has a complete list of destinations from the German capital, and Wikipedia entries for regional airports retain lists of destinations which you should double-check.”
“Delane would parade his laurels as he went, would make appearances at certain destinations popular among the politically elite.”
“Guides Get help fishing these destinations from the best guides and tackle shops.”
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