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As the hurts are revealed, they offer unexpected insights that traverse generations.
Yesterday, that space was traversed by a rioter carrying a Confederate flag.
As Ellie Mae’s numbers show, the convergence of the lockdown and bargain home loans is luring customers to traverse far more of the passage online.
Big city races are off the cards for 2020, which helps explain the explosion in runners trying to clock the fastest known time traversing everything from the Appalachian Trail to the road through Central Park.
More than 800 years ago, Indigenous people in South America traversed more than 7,000 kilometers of open sea to reach eastern Polynesia, a new study suggests.
That might allow them to traverse slopes of soft lunar soil near the moon’s poles.
The streets, as I have already mentioned, are tolerably lively: peculiar omnibuses and cabriolets traverse them frequently.
The onward path would then lead through a void which it would require years to traverse.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
Cakes of dates pounded and kneaded together are the food of the Arabs who traverse the deserts.
Breaking camp, we encountered rich bottom-lands, difficult to traverse because of the rain.
A VIRGINIA SCOUTHUGH PENDEXTER

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