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  • v. travel along a certain course


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  • She knew from Cube's memory that the enchanted paths had been well done, and were a real service to all of Xanth, because people could travel along them with safety and comfort and not get lost.

    Cube Route

  • Now, at a historic turning in British Institutions, we hear of “Federal Home-Rule,” and that may be a signpost to far travel along the road which Sir George Grey “blazed.”

    The Romance of a Pro-Consul

  • A white-paneled coach, looking more like a coronation coach than a carriage fit for travel along the roads and among the hills of Portugal, stood with its doors open to reveal luxurious golden upholstery.

    Beyond the Sunrise

  • It proved to be a fair location, for there was considerable travel along the two main roads,

    Northern Georgia sketches,


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