Thesaurus / walking
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We’d go so far as to say some of the biggest “behavior change” companies are not apps that help you track your walking, but ones that help you change jobs or move homes.
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My solution was to build the data by becoming a walking QuickBooks.
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However, Apple’s charts show driving, walking and transit trends, as opposed to breaking them down by place categories the way Google does.
Meanwhile, in the Center City area, there are several sites — some within a short walking distance of each other.
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You can go on a walking tour of the ancient temples of Sicily’s Valle dei Templi, for example.
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It was like walking at the bottom of the sea, only things that were thrown at you travelled faster.
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"I forgot how long it takes to get a diploma," he said, walking away again.
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After walking a good distance, we arrived at a gate and lodge, where we stopped to inquire the way.
WILFRID CUMBERMEDEGEORGE MACDONALD
All through this he's been walking up and down the floor like he was drilling for the militia.
J. POINDEXTER, COLOREDIRVIN SHREWSBURY COBB
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