from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A journey from place to place; a tour of action or observation.

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  • n. journeying from place to place preaching or lecturing; a preaching tour or lecturing tour


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  • Reviving in time to set out on his annual spring itineration, accompanied by the stout-hearted Ma Pangbo who had been accused of corruption along with all the rest, he found his chapels and schools closed down, his native preachers dismissed and their congregations scattered.


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  • All the features missing in the original is still missing in the 2nd itineration so it’s not like Apple is making leaps and bounds here.

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