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Meanings and phrases
- traveled over or through; sometimes used as a combining term
- familiar with many parts of the world; travelled
- subject to much traffic or travel
- It may be heavily traveled in the summer months.
- Built in 1862, the station was on a heavily traveled stage and emigration route.
- He has traveled through space, but he is not an astronaut.
- The sangha traveled through the subcontinent, expounding the Dharma.
- In the years 1907-1913 he traveled through Europe to study painting.
- It then traveled to venues in California and Texas.
- They then traveled eastward, both by land and by water.
- The production then traveled to New Orleans.
- Both Junge and Surprenant had also traveled extensively.
- He also traveled extensively in German and Italian lands.
- Carey has traveled extensively to remote places to paint.
- From 1843 to 1846, he traveled around Europe.
- He traveled around, visiting various monasteries of Dominican nuns.
- I've traveled around the world.
- He traveled throughout Holland, France, and Germany.
- The tour traveled throughout Southeast Asia.
- At other times he traveled throughout Burma.
- By 1893, Joseph's reputation had traveled across the Atlantic.
- Subsequently, Kino traveled across northern Mexico, and to present day California and Arizona.
- RAIN has cumulated more than 980 performances and traveled across 179 cities and 20 countries.
- After the war, Acevedo traveled back to Mexico.
- In 1788 Thulemeyer traveled back to Berlin.
- He and his crew traveled back to Norway by commercial ship.
- He read and traveled widely and wrote for six decades.
- Looking for inspiration outside Denmark, he traveled widely.
- He spoke on the lecture circuit and traveled widely in Asia and Europe.
- The song was written in 2011, after Kesha traveled the world.
- They made records, traveled the world and played at all Ford's events.
- He traveled the world and learned about different customs and cultures.
- The total distance traveled was 2300 km.
- The fares for Demand Response vary based on distance traveled.
- However, a Riemann sum only gives an approximation of the distance traveled.
- Prior to 1963, US 51 traveled along IL 351's path.
- ", which traveled along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, towing a theater.
- I-985 had not been built in this area, so US 23 still traveled along surface streets.
- He later traveled out of Pakistan to take his PhD degree in Economics.
- He later traveled to the Middle East where he met architect Robert Landsman.
- He was promoted to confidential clerk in 1832 and later traveled to Naples, Paris and Rome.
- Salieri traveled abroad to fulfill an important commission.
- Between 1954 and 1958, Odogwu traveled abroad for further studies.
- Her father traveled abroad often and left his daughters to fend for themselves.
- Mallow traveled north and played this historic match at Windsor Park.
- Franz Boas traveled north to gather ethnographic material for the Exposition.
- He traveled north to Mexico City, where he worked with other exiles and communist supporters against the Machado government.
- He traveled all over the world with Infantes band.
- We had a great time and traveled all over the world.
- Together with her watcher, she traveled all over Japan slaying vampires.
- General Early then traveled up the Shenandoah Valley and entered Maryland at Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
- The first documented Europeans to visit the area were Spanish explorer Gaspar Castaño de Sosa and his men, who traveled up the Pecos River in 1590.
- In the final game of the regular season, Stony Brook traveled up to Albany to face a Great Danes team that was winless in CAA play for the Empire Clash.
- He traveled between the Amikwa, Odawa, and Saginaw.
- The men had traveled between , a march that probably took them seven to ten hours.
- For the next two years, he traveled between Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay.
- In 2010 the team traveled to New Orleans to participate in a National Tournament.
- A week later, the Rutgers team traveled to Princeton for a rematch, which Princeton won 8–0.
- When Bilbao fell to the falange, the team traveled to the Americas touring Cuba, Mexico and Argentina.
- Carl Sandburg often traveled the U.S. as a writer and a poet.
- A good friend of Leo Durocher, he often traveled with the team.
- Agabala Guliyev was one of the monarchs of Baku who often traveled to Western Europe.
- As a young man, Joseph Knowland traveled west to seek his fortune in the California gold fields.
- He traveled west in 1870 and found greater success in a series of positions in the railroad business.
- She was born in Boaz, Alabama, and traveled west at the age of seven with her family, who had been sharecroppers.
- Her mother's side of the family traveled and sang in churches.
- After Egypt, the family traveled to Palestine and visited Jerusalem.
- In the winter of 1919-1920, the family traveled via train to Harbin, Manchuria.
- The three of them traveled together.
- They traveled together in Karelia, looking for oral poets and portraiting them.
- They shared several studios and traveled together, and Wilke often photographed him.
- However, Madero traveled south to meet with Zapata at Cuernavaca and Cuautla, Morelos.
- From Seattle, Washington, the tour then traveled south along the Pacific coast to southern California.
- Starting in Ringe, the route traveled south to Faaborg on the south coast, before passing north to Odense.
- Qin was arrested in 1908, soon after having traveled to China.
- On arriving in France, after having traveled for eight years, he prepared in Hebrew his impressions of travel, and had the book translated into French.
- Assyrians at first did very well under Mongol rule, as the Shamanist Mongols were sympathetic to them, with Assyrian priests having traveled to Mongolia centuries before.