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She will know how to circumnavigate the documentation maze in a sublease consent process.
When the day comes about Cathay will no doubt suggest to the Guinness Book of World Records' that an inspector takes the opportunity to circumnavigate the world with one airline and probably one aircraft in a time we estimate of around 42 hours (16 hours, 8 hours + 12 hours and say 3 hours at each stop).
William Dampier was the first man to circumnavigate the world three times during his lifetime, which spanned the years 1651 to 1715.
THREE men are ready for the final push of their attempt to circumnavigate the globe today.
Hitching a ride with an openhearted mother of two young kids, Felix gets them into an accident when he forces her to circumnavigate a town because it voted for the extreme right.
She might be the queen of the oceans and the youngest woman to circumnavigate the globe, but before this week, I had never heard of her.
However, the rest of the essays illustrate that in practice ways and means were found to circumnavigate this apparent repudiation.
Drawing inspiration from far-fetched sources--a Julian Schnabel painting (Circumnavigating the Sh-t), the Tour de France, and a pilgrimage from Notre Dame to Chartres--Mulligan calls on us to circumnavigate a "challenging culture," endure "for the long haul," and "walk in faith.
A leisurely walker can circumnavigate the entire forest in less than a minute.
At low tide it was possible to circumnavigate the ship on foot - which we did on a number of occasions.
Laura Dekker, a 14-year old girl from Holland, is aiming to be the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe.