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  • Traversing my own lost ground, I remembered why I was glad to be a girl.

    Wild Feminine

  • Traversing my own lost ground, I remembered why I was glad to be a girl.

    Wild Feminine

  • Traversing the island, we see a twisted landscape of falling trees, jagged cliffs, hidden caves, an old civil war fort that houses the most dangerous inmates, and a lighthouse where lobotomies and surgical experiments may be occurring.

    SHUTTER ISLAND Review – Collider.com

  • Traversing continents, cultures and epochs with perfect aplomb, it is ultimately a defense of why the universal museum remains a vital institution in today's world.

    Gift Guide: Best of Art Books

  • Traversing the bounds of horror and sci-fi, Oscar-winning auteurist and one of Spain's favorite sons, Pedro Almodovar, mounts a twisted exploration that goes further out than his earlier absurdist exercises.

    Brad Balfour: Vet Actor Banderas Drapes On The Skin I Live In

  • Traversing the American continent on their way to Asia, European goods could get there in little more than seven weeks, whereas the traditional sea routes around Cape Horn or Good Hope generally required seven months.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • Traversing the American continent on their way to Asia, European goods could get there in little more than seven weeks, whereas the traditional sea routes around Cape Horn or Good Hope generally required seven months.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • Traversing a cross-walk during one of many coffee-getting expeditions, I was nearly run down by a woman who really, really wanted to make a right-hand turn but whose plans were being stymied by my own entirely legitimate and fait accompli crossing-the-street agenda.

    Barrett Brown: Sarah Palin as Margaret Thatcher? So Be It.

  • Traversing a cross-walk during one of many coffee-getting expeditions, I was nearly run down by a woman who really, really wanted to make a right-hand turn but whose plans were being stymied by my own entirely legitimate and fait accompli crossing-the-street agenda.

    Barrett Brown: Sarah Palin as Margaret Thatcher? So Be It.

  • Traversing the highways and backroads of Michoacán is an encounter with the magic of adventure and pre-Colombian history.

    Introduction to Michoacán - the soul of Mexico

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