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travel

noun flying, get to, go, go abroad, go by air, go by airplane, go by car, go by jet, go by plane, go by sea, go to, ride to a spot, sail to a place, see the sights, see the world, sojourn, take a trip, take a vacation, tour on vacaaion, touring, traverse, visit during a vacation
Associated concepts: emigration, immigration, travel law, travel rights
See also: perambulate
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The Travelogue edition features a contrast belt line that runs along the window sill from the headlamps to the rear, a navigation system and Bluetooth connectivity, illuminated scuff plates and a rear sun shade.
Sagar's travelogue is a document that proved his command on language and his sharp observation and aesthetic powers," he said.
The book also takes in all the ups and downs of the crew's travels and traumas, making it a fully rounded travelogue, not just a description of Cruickshank's chosen treasures.
Rivoli's optimism in places like Tanzania, and the power of trade to bring reform from the bottom up, permeate the travelogue.
One high blood pressure sufferer who enthusiastically volunteered to be scanned and see Anatomical Travelogue create 3D images of his actual cardiovascular system and internal organs was Ryan Bendixen.
McLaren's introduction to I Wonder as I Wander shares features with his earlier preface: an objective analysis of the context for the Hughes undertaking, a balanced description of the mixed responses to the volume after publication, and attention to "The Travelogue as a Political and Cultural Statement," each aspect contributing to the structure of the writer's endeavor "to create a travelogue that defines persona as a cultural-political witness and journalist.
On a more contemporary side, a refreshing and insightful take on the American South comes from British journalist Gary Younge in his travelogue No Place Like Home: A Black Briton's Journey Through the American South.
The Birds of Heaven combines travelogue, natural history and philosophy.
The conventions of the travelogue film are immediately subverted, however, by grainy images, rephotographed and shot by a hand-held camera.
His theme is a danced travelogue through the countries of the Mediterranean; the score, edited by Bigonzetti with Paride Bonetta--seventeen sections over an in termissionless eighty-five minutes--is drawn From Mediterranean cultures, with a little Mozart thrown in for good measure.
My current interest is the travel lecture film, which I see as the archetypal form of the travelogue in cinema.
Not only unique as a reference book, Vardhousia may serve as a model of what a literary travelogue should be, for it functions like a vehicle for the sound understanding of the bona fide literature, art, and culture that the modern Dorians have produced in their truly Olympian mountainous setting.