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We traveled everywhere--years and years-- picking up smatterings of strange tongues, familiarizing ourselves with strange sights and strange customs, accumulating an education of a wide and varied and curious sort.
He had traveled far and wide since the day he saw Mistress Mary in his study and told her she might have her "bit of earth.
One of us had traveled six hundred miles to see his mistress for an hour.
They traveled swiftly; but the ape-man found no difficulty in keeping up with them.