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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.
By means of a wire ladder the excursionist descends still deeper into the bowels of the earth.
There is a gradual ascent to the steps, and the final flight of 41 brings the excursionist to the gate and to the sunshine.
Just then a wave breaks over him, and more like a drowned excursionist than an American pilot this little man is hauled on board.
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.
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.
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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