TOURS


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TOURSTraining Oriented User Resource Scheduler (US Navy)
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"And how about a tour abroad?" asked the family doctor.
This noble lord, who was fastened to his chair, would have given his fortune to be able to make the tour of the world, if it took ten years; and he bet five thousand pounds on Phileas Fogg.
The gong whirred, and the Glaring-at-Gotham car moved majestically upon its instructive tour.
The time fixed for the beginning of their northern tour was now fast approaching, and a fortnight only was wanting of it, when a letter arrived from Mrs.
Uncle Jos and his mamma were on the quarter-deck with a gentleman of whom they used to see a good deal, and the four were about to make a summer tour.
The Town had six gates, built by Charles V.; beginning with the Tour de Billy they were: the Porte Saint-Antoine, the Porte du Temple, the Porte Saint-Martin, the Porte Saint-Denis, the Porte Montmartre, the Porte Saint-Honoré.
I'm sick of being always on tour. I'm sick of everything.'
"Well--there is Blanche in the breakfast-room telling Lady Lundie that the bridal tour happens, through an unexpected accident, to have come to an end.
But I did not care, for I had come out for a pedestrian tour anyway.
On this soil one might easily make the tour of the lake.
I was in your neighborhood, you must know, on a sketching tour. I went back to my inn, and seriously considered what had happened to me.
In this expedition we did not intend to follow the great road to Edinburgh, but to visit Windsor, Oxford, Matlock, and the Cumberland lakes, resolving to arrive at the completion of this tour about the end of July.