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Word: itinerary

Definition: plan of a trip; record of a trip


Sentences Containing 'itinerary'

A traveler does not provide authorities his entire itinerary.
Despite this, upon arrival in Monaco Anderson found he had nearly run out of money and would be unable to complete the advertised itinerary.
He toured overseas energetically and in 1925 he made his only extended tour of North America, including Canada as well as the United States on his itinerary.
In her travels Korolyuk did not have a clear itinerary as her plans were prone to frequent changes.
It was then decided cancel the cruise and sail a revised Western Mediterranean itinerary, returning to Southampton on January 9, 2014 due to poor weather.
Subsequently, Lee was involved in organising the New Zealand itinerary of a US Pentecostal televangelist, Greg Laurie, in 2011.
That deployment proved to be a quiet one, and the most notable events in which she participated were exercises and visits to a long itinerary of ports along the Mediterranean littoral. At the conclusion of that assignment, she headed back to Norfolk, where she arrived on 4 June.
The baths of Sambiase were in a famous Roman itinerary Tabula Peutingeriana, making the village an important destination at the time.
The first documentary mention of the site is found in the late 3rd century Antonine Itinerary, where it is mentioned as lying 68,000 paces (68 Roman miles) from Londinium (London) and 16,000 paces from the cantonal capital Durovernum Cantiacorum (Canterbury).
The itinerary includes a luncheon, a visit with a graduate fiction workshop, a public reading followed by a Q session, and other events that draw together MFA and undergraduate writers, the VCU and Richmond literary communities, and the general public.
The ranch offers a nature tourism program, a design-your-own itinerary that comes with a guide and vehicle to take guests around the ranch.
The singer's itinerary included two North American Legs, as well as dates throughout Europe and South America.
The site is an important sanctuary for migrating wildfowl and is a must to be included in the itinerary of bird-watchers and nature lovers.
The tank landing ship's itinerary of foreign ports during those four years would read like a travel guide of the Orient, ranging from Korean and Japanese ports in the north to Philippine harbors in the south and across to cities on both coasts of the Southeast Asian peninsula. 1964–1967.
They head to the Chicago subway where the next catastrophe is going to take place according to the recovered itinerary from the future.
This itinerary possessed another great advantage, that of leaving Franz at full liberty to indulge his deep reverie upon the subject of Signor Pastrini's story, in which his mysterious host of Monte Cristo was so strangely mixed up.
This so-called ("Pilgrimage Itinerary") of Egeria does not, however, offer a specific name for the Feast. The date of 14 February indicates that in Jerusalem at that time, Christ's birth was celebrated on 6 January, Epiphany.

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::: iota - very small quantity
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::: ethos - underlying character of a culture, group, etc.; character or ideas peculiar to a specific person, group, or culture; Ex. the company ethos
::: maxim - proverb; truth pithily stated
::: muster - gather; assemble (troops); Ex. muster up one's strength for the ordeal; N.
::: valid - logically convincing; sound; legally acceptable; effective; Ex. valid reasoning/passport
::: adhere - stick fast; be a devotd follower; N. adhesion: adhering; devotion; loyality
::: fugitive - fleeting or transitory; lasting only a short time; roving(wandering); running away or fleeing as from the law; N: one who flees; Ex. fugitives at large
::: fresco - painting on wet plaster (usually fresh)