- n. Plural form of traveler.
“Fixing 18 USC 926A so it actually works for legitimate travelers is much more important that National Park carry.”
“Indeed, in The Lord of the Sands of Time, travelers from the twenty-sixth century travel back to the second century AD in order to propagate a set of Laws that declare catastrophe to be inevitable and cooperation between peoples the only hope for survival.”
“As far as the argument that governments should not subsidize infrastructure in support of that transport task because the weighted average of the income of those travelers is higher than the national median income … its bizarre to introduce that for HSR but not for public subsidies for air travel infrastructure or public subsidies for road travel infrastructure.”
“February 18th, 2009 at 8: 50 am median household income for travelers is 105K and 93% are returning visitors many here have absolutely no clue how the other half lives”
“The city is perched a mile above sea level, so why wouldn't travelers from a distant galaxy stop here first?”
“The only good news for local travelers is that Southwest has been increasing its presence in that market.”
“Sworn into the Emperor's service, his duty is to light the lamps along the Emperor's highways, and protect all travelers from the ferocious bogles that live in the wild.”
“Liberate travelers from the enormous risk attendant upon sharing the interstate highways with the average motorist — each one more dangerous than the last.”
“Ripping off foreign travelers is nothing new to the Italian people, unfortunately.”
“His book, "The Cassandra Crossing," about European train travelers exposed to Bubonic plague, was made into a film starring Sophia Loren, Burt Lancaster and Richard Harris.”
Looking for tweets for travelers.