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  • n. Plural form of journey.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of journey.


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  • For your opinions are always explorations and accompanying you on those journeys is a rare privilege indeed.

    Au Revoir Not Adieu « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Similar inhumane train journeys around this time are graphically described in such books as “A Kind of Cattle” by Barney

    Doug Nix

  • Problems with my train journeys to and from work today meant that I managed to finish this weighty volume of almost 600 pages, covering the early work of the late, great Roger Zelazny (1937-1995).

    Linkspam for 24-8-2009

  • One of the interesting things about journeys is how unpredictable they can be: Ajourney to the grocery store can be life-changing, while a well-planned vacation to a coveted destination spotmay turn out to be boring, “touristy”, and over-anticipated.

    Journeys: Back from Madison « Biodork

  • I have never had such a bad experience on the dozens of train journeys I have taken over the same distance.

    Why people don't use public transport

  • Read on for thoughts on spelling, careers and the fragility of trust -- not to mention train journeys even more insanely early than mine.


  • She journeys from a mundane seamstress job to boisterous cabarets to the opulent French countryside, possessing little more than her unwavering determination, unique style and visionary talent.

    French Destinations

  • What a lovely country the UK has become if our meals are now recorded as well as our car journeys, train journeys, walks in London etc.etc. etc.

    CCTV Britain

  • Thanks for posting the triple bill of Reavers – they made my train journeys bearable the last few days!

    Gone Fishin’ « Geek Related

  • This trip has inspired me to take more long haul train journeys with the goal of seeing the entire country by rail as long as I have the time and money to do so.

    Travelogue: How I Became a “Rail Fan”


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