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  • Farther up the coast, in Sonoma County, we pilgrimaged to the sites of the Russian settlements.

    FOUR HORSES AND A SAILOR

  • Chong Mong-ju disaffected half the provincial priesthood, until they pilgrimaged in processions a mile long to the palace gates and frightened the Emperor into a panic.

    Chapter 15

  • This year I finally pilgrimaged to an important place of mourning in India.

    Amritsar Massacre, Memory, misguided religious Nationalism, and recent Homicides in India

  • Should we marvel then at the Cynics and the hippies, the Rousseaus and the Gauguins, sensitive souls that pilgrimaged towards incorporeal spirit, but found the altar crowded with genuflections before idolatrous matter?

    In Quest of Happiness

  • Artists pilgrimaged to his turf to get the "Maine experience" and to paint their own versions of his quintessential 1896 seascape, "The Northeaster."

    Homer's Where The Heart Is

  • Burckhardt (No. 480) notices another meaning “foreigners who attend mosque-lectures” and quotes the saying, “A. pilgrimaged:” quoth B. “yes! and for his villanies resideth (Mujáwir) at Meccah.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Pilgrim (Ya Hájj) is a polite address even to those who have not pilgrimaged.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • "What used to be a $5 ticket behind home plate is now an $8 ticket out by the foul pole," says Jared Cohen, 37, of Washington, D.C., who's pilgrimaged to more than 50 minor-league parks across the nation.

    NOT JUST PEANUTS

  • Medina of the great caravan from Damascus, numbering 7,000 souls — grandees in gorgeous litters of green and gold, huge white Syrian dromedaries, richly caparisoned horses and mules, devout Hajis, sherbet sellers, water carriers, and a multitude of camels, sheep and goats. 122 Lastly Burton and his friends pilgrimaged to the holy Mount Ohod with its graves of

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • Ziller had pilgrimaged several times to Africa, place of his birth.

    Another Roadside Attraction

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