- v. move past
“Barda and Harrod hung on grimly; they were used to travel by dyheli-back, but not as accustomed to it as Keisha was.”
“I shall travel by daylight, stop at the best hotels, go to the dinner-tables with the lords of the land.”
“For the same reason, they would travel by night to Avilyogh.”
“The younger men would urge the Army doctor to tell about post life, and he would tell of his adventures as cook and medicine man, or of the hardships of travel by doherty wagon or horseback in sub - zero weather, or of the discomforts and boredom of garrison life.”
“The sea making several deep bays here, they who travel by land are obliged to go higher into the country to pass above the water, especially at Trewardreth Bay, which lies very broad, above ten miles within the country, which passing at Trewardreth (a town of no great note, though the bay takes its name from it), the next inlet of the sea is the famous firth or inlet called Falmouth”
“Jean felt she could not leave without seeing the Hollands and offering her help with the children; Eileen Holland was a good mother and a first-rate housewife, but singularly unfitted to travel by herself with three children in the turmoil of evacuation.”
“: “Mundus pacem habet per Romanos, et nos sine timore in viis ambulamus et navigamus quocumque voluerimus” (“The world enjoys peace, thanks to the Romans, and we can travel by road and sea wherever we wish, unafraid”).”
“One should travel by way of the Manassas Gap Railroad.”
“Page 72 altogether, this morning Mother sent for a physician, he came said the calomel that Father took early this morning by Mr. Duvall's advice was quite right, prescribed more calomel and a mustard plaster and would return this evening, he has just left, says that Father will be able to travel by twelve o'clock tomorrow provided inflammation did not take place, as yet there is no symptom of it.”
“I will give you — two rare male skarks to ride — and a panther to travel by your side as far as the forest.”
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