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


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  • He specializes in treks through out Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India.

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  • Bernstein treks from Italy to Turkey to Tunisia to find out whether Hollywood's portrayal of Roman gladiators has anything in common with history.

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  • Andrew Goldman treks from the stands at Yankee Stadium to the banquettes at the Four Seasons to investigate life as the ultimate fashion victim ....


  • Street fighting, like the treks, is in many ways just the same thing happening again and again.

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  • This is because Kelly is the kind of person who seems active, engaged, dynamic, and willing to go on those mountain treks.

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  • I'll also be helping out at the health center down the road, working with my counterpart (a community health nurse named Kebba) going on "treks" to other villages (weighing babies, giving advice to mothers, vaccinating kids, etc), and possibly beginning to teach at the local school.

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  • In addition to challenges and rewards, you can also build "treks" to connect multiple places; an example would be the


  • Members have raised money for children's hospitals, medical transportation, cancer research and more by doing "treks" in Australia. - Local News

  • Gowalla's community-building features, such as encouraging users to add new venues to its database and create custom scavenger hunts or 'treks' for other Gowalla members to complete, helped differentiate the service, he said.


  • No more midnight treks through the woods, no more listening to people who appear in your dreams.



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