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The intending Eclipse excursionist must first make his choice between (practically) a journey of all sea or of all land.THE STORY OF ECLIPSESGEORGE CHAMBERS
Once I stopped four weeks in this place, and I began to tremble at the very sight of an excursionist.DAYS AND NIGHTS IN LONDONJ. EWING RITCHIE
By means of a wire ladder the excursionist descends still deeper into the bowels of the earth.THE JENOLAN CAVESSAMUEL COOK
There is a gradual ascent to the steps, and the final flight of 41 brings the excursionist to the gate and to the sunshine.THE JENOLAN CAVESSAMUEL COOK
Just then a wave breaks over him, and more like a drowned excursionist than an American pilot this little man is hauled on board.THE CONFESSIONS OF A CARICATURIST, VOL 2 (OF 2)HARRY FURNISS
He wore the pepper-and-salt suit which distinguishes the country excursionist taking the day off in London.THE MAN WHO KNEWEDGAR WALLACE
The book should score an immediate success.Cooks Excursionist.THROUGH ARCTIC LAPLANDCUTCLIFFE HYNE
It looks like a dark-colored cup with a ragged margin, and may be seen by the excursionist in the spring on the roadside.AMONG THE MUSHROOMSELLEN M. DALLAS AND CAROLINE A. BURGIN
If the diary of a Greek excursionist or tourist had come down to us, we should probably find in it entries of a very similar kind.HISTORY OF EGYPT, CHALDA, SYRIA, BABYLONIA, AND ASSYRIA, VOLUME 9 (OF 12)G. MASPERO
It was high noon and the main artery of travel could not have assumed a condition more favourable to an unwilling excursionist.AN IDYLL OF ALL FOOLS' DAYJOSEPHINE DASKAM BACON

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