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All his details are right, as regards one or other of the two types, save only the voyaging donkey.THE CRADLE OF MANKINDW.A. WIGRAM
Earth is too mean to give us a resting-place; we are voyaging, but, unfortunately, no one waits for us.THE HISTORY OF YIDDISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYLEO WIENER
They had twenty-four days of halcyon voyaging between Vancouver and Sydney with only one rough day.MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
They were thus voyaging along the coast twenty-eight days, during which time they had traversed over three hundred miles of water.STANLEY'S ADVENTURES IN THE WILDS OF AFRICAJOEL TYLER HEADLEY AND WILLIAM FLETCHER JOHNSON
In fact he compares himself to Columbus or Magellan, voyaging into unknown lands, and recording his wandering route.PIONEERS OF SCIENCEOLIVER LODGE
You rarely see the voyaging muskrat or hear his plaintive love calls.IN NEW ENGLAND FIELDS AND WOODSROWLAND E. ROBINSON
He hears the simulated call of his beloved, and voyaging hot-hearted to the cheating tryst meets only death.IN NEW ENGLAND FIELDS AND WOODSROWLAND E. ROBINSON
Piltre de Rozier was not at first permitted to set himself free and go voyaging unguarded into the upper air.THE ROMANCE OF AIRCRAFTLAWRENCE YARD SMITH
The French half-breeds were entirely dependent upon hunting, trapping or voyaging.THE ROMANTIC SETTLEMENT OF LORD SELKIRK'S COLONISTSGEORGE BRYCE
I know all the ins and outs of voyaging, and I'm a splendid sailor, never seasick in the least.THE LEADER OF THE LOWER SCHOOLANGELA BRAZIL

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