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  • n. travelling about


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  • And I thank God that Johnny Ferraro brings a limo, hires a driver, and follows us on tour because you can’t take a tour bus to a nightclub.


  • To my son, JR, thank you for promoting me throughout the universe, whether you were in an airport in Los Angeles, on your job, on tour with me wearing the T-shirt bearing the cover of my book that the women literally tore from your body, or as the master controller of MYSPACE.

    A Love So Deep

  • But when we go on tour I will be such a nice, sweet, charming, beautiful person Joe McIntyre will fall in love with me, not love at first sight but a strong friendship that will build up to an everlasting love.


  • IN JULY, JUST BEFORE I turn thirteen and when Marina is on tour with her theater, my mother and I go to visit our family in Stankovo.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • My mother's cousin, Minnie Maddern Fiske, was a famous actress around 1900 and we used to see her when she came West on tour every few years.

    Becky London – A Short Biography of Jack London's Daughter

  • I can see it now: much like Ralph Branca and Bobby Thomson after “The Shot Heard ‘Round the World,” we’ll go on tour together reliving the moment.

    One Season


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