Definition: go through or across
Definition: go through or across
Sentences Containing 'traverse'
The man was M. de Villefort; I fully believed that when he went out in the night he would be forced to traverse the whole of the garden alone.''
I suppose it took her a minute or so to traverse the place, but to me she seemed to shoot across the room like a rocket.
Now, it struck me, when we began to visit individuals in their cells, and to traverse the passages in which those cells were, and to have the manner of the going to chapel and so forth, explained to us, that there was a strong probability of the prisoners knowing a good deal about each other, and of their carrying on a pretty complete system of intercourse.
For even the high lifted and chivalric Crusaders of old times were not content to traverse two thousand miles of land to fight for their holy sepulchre, without committing burglaries, picking pockets, and gaining other pious perquisites by the way.
Anne Marie La Traverse is a Canadian television executive.
La Traverse's other productions include "Cold Squad", "Murder Most Likely" (based on the story of Patrick Kelly), "", "Tripping the Wire" and "Playing House".
In 1996, the first refurbished Metro Cammell EMU was put into service, and trains now allow passengers to traverse from one end to another (except for the first class car), when trains once ran on four three-car EMUs.
At one point in the story and while trying to traverse a cave to the other side, Titicaca gets trapped after a cave-in and the rest of the troop have to travel without him.
To generate the Dowker notation, traverse the knot using an arbitrary starting point and direction.
The mount can traverse 120° to either side and elevate between -12.5° and 40.5°.
Late in December 1942, "Peto" decommissioned, was loaded on a barge, and departed Manitowoc for New Orleans, Louisiana, the first submarine to traverse the mid-western waterways to reach New Orleans and the sea from the building yards.
After the initial 50 metres, the slope widens to the left, allowing skiers and boarders to traverse to a less steep area and make their descent by curving around the more steep and dangerous path directly down the slope.
VBK and DB Stadtbahn routes traverse AVG tracks.
The line has now been restored from Massawa all the way through to Asmara, but no scheduled services traverse the whole length of the line.
Scientists found that the dragonite contained properties related to "ether", an energy source that would allow spacecraft to travel faster than the speed of light, and thus traverse large distances of the universe in a short time.
Where wiring, or raceways that hold the wiring, must traverse fire-resistance rated walls and floors, the openings are required by local building codes to be firestopped.
To the south, Mixup Arm leads to Mixup Peak and Magic Mountain, as well as to Cache Col, making Cascade Pass the start of the high-level Ptarmigan Traverse.
Reds are the ranged attackers, hurling fireballs at enemies, combustibles and explosives; they have the added ability to remove flame from obstacles and can traverse through fiery obstacles without harm.
The turret has electro-hydraulic traverse and can elevate from -10 to +50° and can traverse and elevate at a speed of 60°/sec.
Two major National Highways traverse through Thrissur city and Thrissur Metropolitan Area: State Highways.
The principle is that smaller molecules have to traverse a larger volume in a porous matrix.
From the Cross Creek car park it is a hour walk to the Cross Creek station yard. About six hours should be allowed to traverse the entire distance between Cross Creek and Kaitoke.
Bay Harbor is in a sheltered bay on the south shore of the Little Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan.
Mining operations and a massive cement plant operated over and five miles (8 km) of Lake Michigan shoreline on Little Traverse Bay.
The platform had rollers at each end which rested on the circular rail for 360° traverse.
NC 45 does not traverse beyond the ferry terminal.
In Britain, the road democratic government took seven centuries to traverse...
This allowed Whately to traverse the Nile and visit other towns and villages.
Its route was projected to cross the Taieri Plain and follow the Taieri Gorge upstream to Strath Taieri which it would then traverse from south to north as the main route to Central Otago.
It would traverse from Whiteville to the Carolina Bays Parkway in South Carolina.
It is a good preparation for the longer traverse of the Simpson desert.
The twins attended Traverse City public schools, but dropped out of Traverse City Central High School during World War I to enlist in the United States Army on April 18, 1918, at Columbus Barracks, Ohio.
Pickup is married to Lans Traverse and father to actress Rachel Pickup and Simon Pickup with whom he has starred in several productions including "Midsomer Murders".
NY 153 northbound was closed first; travelers heading north were instructed to follow NY 31F, Lincoln Road and Linden Avenue to traverse the village.
The majority of the production was filmed in North Carolina and New Mexico. It was presented during the 2013 Traverse City Film Festival and also during the Locarno International Film Festival. Development.
The main challenges are the technical parts, which lead through wood areas, where competitors are challenged with natural terrain obstacles, they traverse over trees, rocks, mud, and climb and mountains.
The gapper has one defensive mechanism: it can leave a temporary "gap" in the grid that the seeker cannot traverse, allowing the gapper to put distance between itself and the seeker.
The layout, featuring different depths, corners, a spine and a bank wall, allows riders/skaters to traverse continuously around the sections of the bowl.
Many of the bus routes that currently traverse Anzac Parade to access the city would be replaced by feeder routes connecting to the light rail network.
The players must traverse through each level, picking up power-ups, gold and keys to pass through the various puzzles and mazes.
High Stile is most easily ascended as part of a traverse of the three fells.
The fell is usually ascended as a traverse of the 'Buttermere Three', as the north eastern flank is very steep and rough.
The peak was positioned by the U.S. Ellsworth-Byrd Traverse Party on December 10, 1958.
Guiting-Guiting Traverse by BluishTrekker(Nov 2-3, 2012)
At the time, Walney residents where frustrated by the fact that they had to use a ferry to traverse the Walney Channel, and they also saw it as an opportunity to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
The Clachlet Traverse is a 25 km north-to-south route linking the inn at Inveroran with the Kingshouse.
Two Allied submarines tried to traverse the Dardanelles but were lost to mines and strong currents.
The train was to traverse the surface of Mars from south pole to north pole, an extremely ambitious goal even by today's standards.
The RF signal can traverse walls and floors/ceilings.
Unusually, it is impossible to fully traverse the district by car in any direction, due in part to its extremely hilly topography, and to a system of road-blocks designed to combat ratrunning.
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