- v. go to certain places as for sightseeing
“Kissinger now sought to follow a demanding, made-in-Hanoi timetable: He would travel to that city on October 22 to pin down final details; the deal would be announced on the 26th and signed on the 30th.”
“The Cleveland Indians had initiated the Yankee-hating handkerchiefs the previous Labor Day, and they would quickly travel to Boston.”
“I also agreed to give more invited lectures that involved travel to interesting venues, coupled with mini-vacations.”
“Stimuli arising from nerves on the left side of the body are recorded and processed in the right hemisphere; stimuli from the right travel to the left.”
“Vicky Debold says she was motivated to travel to San Diego by her frustration with the health care industry she worked in and had always trusted, while Theresa Cedillo was enticed by the prospect of learning about ways she might be able to help her daughter.”
“Reading Abbey in Surrey, England, was founded by Henry I in 1121, who built it, writes William of Malmesbury, "between the rivers Kennet and Thames, in a spot calculated for the reception of almost all who might have occasion to travel to the most populous cities of England, where he placed monks of the Cluniac Order, who are to this day a noble pattern of holiness and an example of unwearied and delightful hospitality".”
“The 30-year-old civil engineer allegedly told interrogators he came from Pakistan's northwestern province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, where Taliban and Islamist militants have a presence, and had been scheduled to travel to Muscat by Thai Airways.”
“Our weekend story by reporter Işıl Eğrikavuk on the possibility of visa-free travel to the”
“Stress hormones and chemicals travel to the immune system: Eskandari F et al.”
“She left him money for the bus and explained how he should travel to Ranomafana, a daunting journey for a young village boy who had never been anywhere.”
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