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1. A good auto could traverse the.
2. In the strict traverse, your skis.
3. It makes traverse() hard to maintain.
4. Hence it would traverse 3 TIMES longer.
5. Starting my traverse across the hull.
6. No special logic in traverse() is required.
7. Even if you have to traverse through tough.

8. Not a thought comes to mind as they traverse.
9. In the end, he had no choice but to traverse it.
10. From the traverse he ran out upon an open square.
11. Fun Fact(s): Can traverse all layers of Earth’s.
12. So it has to traverse a longer distance before the.
13. Go across the hill in an edged traverse, but side-.
14. With a cry so intense, shock waves traverse history:.
15. He could traverse the bridge in the shadow of the cart.
16. Gregory of Sinai, who wanted to traverse the universe.
17. The traverse() function is actually a Template function.
18. He would then have to traverse two miles and then trek.
19. Or chance decreed that Marius should traverse Rue Jean-.
20. Spaced about ten paces apart, they began to traverse the field.
21. He could traverse the distance quickly without anyone noticing.
22. Seeing as the tundra was much too dangerous to traverse, Darek.
23. Hard years; difficult, some of them, to traverse, others to climb.
24. It took less than ten minutes to traverse the long halls to the elevator.
25. One man on a horse could traverse country an army would find impassable.
26. Yagya is the special ordained mode that helps the worshipper to traverse.
27. I wonder what we shall find as we begin our traverse of that other half?
28. I know of spells that can allow troll folk to traverse the depths of the sea.
29. The tops of heads were bobbing along in a traverse behind us and to our left.
30. Nangong Ping and lifted him with her hand as they traverse away from this place.
31. Stephen, which in older days one could not traverse without purifying one's soul.
32. Suddenly there were no more roads to traverse, except rough, mountainous terrain.
33. She launched in thought upon the wide expanse of the ocean he was about to traverse.
34. It is better if traverse() acts like it has no idea about which action it should execute.
35. Guard it well for I fear how long my warriors and I will traverse the open roads of Gaea.
36. He ran forward along the traverse; fifty soldiers rushed after him, shouting as they went.
37. About ten thousand in all, very few of these continued to traverse the desert on camelback.
38. In 2006 five HH-65A Dolphin rotary wing (helicopter) aircraft were stationed at Traverse City.
39. Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City is on the northwest shore of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
40. Traverse steep slopes in a zig-zag and as you change direction always set off with the uphill foot.
41. All that research he had done in hope that one day his wormhole technology would be used to traverse space.
42. It is said that the Second-born can also traverse the dimensions, though we have rarely sought to do so.
43. Instead of having two bfs() and dfs() functions, we refactored the code to use a single traverse() function.
44. Speed has taken over and drivers ignore any reasonable law on the number of miles per hour you can traverse.
45. If we traverse a pass between the Arkadian Mountains we will be in a position to locate the mysterious elves.
46. The dissembling sun had dropped halfway down the sky without seeming to traverse any of the space in between.
47. After several long hours of traveling, Sorren could understand why they would need rides to traverse the land.
48. Let us traverse this bridge and divulge what awaits us at its terminus, replied the Liege of Mystic Down.
49. So it was true -- there was an ancient void that each dead soul must traverse before reaching Charon’s ferry.
50. National piracy is about to be exterminated, and all nations permitted to traverse their great highway in safety.
51. Mountain forests, rugged steeps, marshes and fens---all country that is hard to traverse: this is difficult ground.
52. Hill used lower rail gradients to traverse the route to the Northwest and thus saved fuel and had far fewer repairs.
53. Today, they also had a modern-day elevator for guests to conveniently traverse the entire hotel, casino, and restaurant.
54. Milt hurriedly directed us through a complex maze that we never would have been able to traverse without his expert help.
55. Rudd found the stony ground challenging to traverse too, and Roger steadied him by occasionally grabbing hold of his arm.
56. Why are you silent? Converse shortens the way, and I swear, by Hercules, never did I have to traverse such a horrid way.
57. That's because every time traverse() is executed, it needs to check explicitly which traversal function should be executed.
58. And while it is not the only way to traverse the interstice, performing the act during a lucid dream seems to be the easiest.
59. It took a couple of hours to traverse the island and while there was plenty of shade, there was no breeze and myriad insects.
60. They traverse only a few inches per year, but this is enough to radically change the face of the globe over millions of years.
61. And coming closer to him: What ill could come to me? There is no desert, no precipice, no ocean I would not traverse with you.
62. He found a means to traverse the throng and to pass the bivouac of the troops, he shunned the patrols, he avoided the sentinels.
63. Mason said the logistics would require the center to be located in Michigan at Coast Guard Air Stations Detroit or Traverse City.
64. He was numbed already and was only about halfway on his traverse of the north side of the city to the address where Tdeshi lived.
65. The larger number of the audience, before entering the auditorium, traverse a large circular vestibule located exactly beneath it.
66. Marius had risen, and was staring in a sort of stupor at this being, who was almost like the forms of the shadows which traverse dreams.
67. They were at the end of the passage the whole length of which Raoul had been accustomed to traverse before knocking at Christine's door.
68. The passage the Lancers and the breaching ship and the junks had to traverse was less than 650 meters wide and constantly changing shape.
69. Tiny Robot Archimedes, however, had built his ship efficiently enough so that it would traverse the extent of his vision of the ocean: 2.
70. I shall traverse the States awhile, but I cannot tell whither or how long, Perhaps soon some day or night while I am singing my voice will.
71. Could they have gone through the Middle East, on through India and then down through Indonesia? If so, they still had to traverse the seas.
72. Nurture is important in determining the path we take, but nature is what defines us, and defines exactly how we will traverse that path….
73. Denver finally managed to help Detroit traverse the path toward the window seats and tables; Oak was already sat on one of the benches waiting.
74. Together, these qualities enable singlemode cable to operate at higher bandwidths than multimode and traverse distances up to 50 times longer.
75. They take one further step together and the boy breathes in sharply, as if the mud and the rain and the field are beyond his ability to traverse.
76. You might argue that we could achieve the same result by adding a condition inside traverse() to detect which traversal algorithm should be used.
77. Great public assassinations, political and religious butcheries, traverse this underground passage of civilization, and thrust their corpses there.
78. Javert reached the bridge in season to see Jean Valjean traverse the small illuminated spot on the other side of the water, leading Cosette by the hand.
79. If the Baroness and her acquaintances did traverse these steps then we are sure to encounter the full brunt of whatever sleeping Entities they awakened.
80. If there are more differences, we are much better off creating a new function instead of polluting the traverse() function with details specific to action.
81. Now, in many cases, that same waterway would be much more difficult to traverse if there was no device in place to make the waterway more easily navigated.
82. Although it typically takes a few minutes for a block to be mined, once the block has been found, it will again traverse the entire network within seconds.
83. If we look up at the Andromeda galaxy in the night sky, we see light that from our point of view took 2 million years to traverse that vast distance of space.
84. Coast Guard helicopter aircraft from Air Stations Traverse City and Detroit responded to surveillance requests, but were some distance away from critical sites.
85. Motionless we traverse countries we fancy we see, and your thought, blending with the fiction, playing with the details, follows the outline of the adventures.
86. I had just looked over a clump of trees a little to my left when a movement or something caught my eye I had started to traverse back when another shot rang out.
87. And there rises a shining palace whose crystal glittering roof is seen by mariners who traverse the extensive sea in barks built expressly for that purpose, and.
88. The Milky Way is so vast that light, traveling at the speed of light, takes not 10 years, not 100 years, not 1,000 years, but 100,000 light years to traverse it!.
89. They usually indicate that data is taking too long to traverse the network, either because the cable segments are too long or because there are too many repeaters.
90. The Milky Way is so vast that light, traveling at the speed of light, takes not 10 years, not 100 years, not 1,000 years, but 200,000 light years to traverse it!.
91. All of that wealth was congregated and amassed in even larger convoys that stretched as far as the eye could see, filling up the few roads that carts could traverse.
92. You could not now traverse the gallery, once so hushed, nor enter the front chambers, once so tenantless, without encountering a smart lady’s-maid or a dandy valet.
93. He was in a sacred place that he was not only allowed, but indeed expected to traverse to its very heart to complete his Pilgrimage as his God and his people demanded.
94. If we add a third way to extend the path, we would need to extend the code of traverse() by adding one more condition to check if the new path extension action is used.
95. With the current technology it was possible to traverse the globe in less than an hour, but given the heavy stealth additions to the craft it was likely to be much slower.
96. For this example we will consider that something near to one corner of the paper has become aware of the enormity of its universe and wishes to traverse the sheet of paper.
97. After all, this is your first race, and you don’t want to miss a thing during the next two-and-a-half minutes while the horses aggressively traverse the mile and a quarter track.
98. Backbones may also have to traverse greater distances than horizontal networks, so it is common for them to use fiber-optic cable, which can span much longer distances than copper.
99. As man progresses in the journey to the Father in Paradise, he does traverse a state of being at one time analogous to the state of the angels, but mortal man never becomes an angel.
100. The raven kept to no earthly route, but danced the sky-path’s song so their journey was a mere jotting of the time-cycle it would have taken Simon to traverse it, even without the pain.
1. A Źs traversing the Internet.
2. Look at the Nile traversing it.
3. We'll teach the traversing with an.
4. Now, when you think about traversing.
5. Traversing the unstable hallway proved precarious.
6. Acres' Interconnect Bridge? --All the traversing in-.
7. A snow boarder, without the aid of a ramp, traversing.
8. Be careful with this traversing plan though, because a.
9. The last spell of the night had been traversing; it could.
10. There will come a time, when traversing and kick-turning will.
11. Thoughts, traversing time, went back to the jungles of Vietnam.
12. For the record, the best friend to traversing is side-slipping.
13. When traversing a binary tree, we need to follow linear order i.
14. Her sweetheart was coming to meet her, traversing the length of.
15. It's encouraging to know that, with traversing, kick-turns, and.
16. It's important for instructors to realize that traversing is a lot.
17. Fred, watching the wagoners and their horses carefully traversing the.
18. He noticed the huge hole in the dome that they were traversing through.
19. In the worst case, this would involve traversing the entire search space.
20. He cursed the necessity of traversing those miles, but it was the only way.
21. After numerous hours spent traversing the wasteland of lost dreams, Hillary.
22. Students were casually traversing crosswalks, lounging and reading on benches.
23. As she watched she noticed specks of light traversing the plethora of avenues.
24. Metro and had forgotten about the possibility of traversing a whole city that way.
25. Steve looked up and saw two vampires traversing the halls on their way to the pod.
26. Traversing the whole spectrum of movements, sensations and emotions of lovemaking.
27. Nothing told him what zone of the city he was traversing, nor what way he had made.
28. Each edge in the tree is labeled with the loss that occurs in traversing that edge.
29. Adam only now really noticed all the scars and past injuries traversing Bob’s face.
30. Jewish male virgins for the purpose of traversing the world as witnesses for the future.
31. Flocks of birds, flying at great speed, were wheeling and circling, and traversing all.
32. The tunnel he was traversing crossed another, wider corridor some distance ahead of him.
33. In fact the entire group now traversing the hallway, including the woman, had been rebels.
34. It was like traversing a tunnel, and Conan felt Albiona's lithe limbs trembling in his arms.
35. The process of traversing all the nodes or vertices on a graph is called graph traversal.
36. A man who was newly married was on his way back home with his bride in a boat, traversing a river.
37. The rock column twisted out as the decline became less severe, making traversing the pillar much easier.
38. The sub graph which we obtain after traversing the graph using BFS represents the connected component of the graph.
39. Whether he had really been to any one, or whether he had been all that time traversing the streets, was never known.
40. I would not have to think about the spiritual line because traversing the path may be done through self-effacement.
41. Going up stairway after stairway, traversing the wide alcoves and balconies, the light grew progressively stronger.
42. Each one of them is a prerequisite of the skill of traversing a certain length of the way to spiritual emancipation.
43. He walked toward the table, traversing a kaleidoscope of light that vanished harmlessly as it fell on his black robe.
44. The crew aboard the US1 had launched the drone and it was traversing the island in what is called a lawn mowing pattern.
45. How much further? She remembered they had passed four access tunnels while traversing the main tunnel in search of Everette.
46. The shot was fired; the ball entered under his chin and came out at the nape of his neck, after traversing the jugular vein.
47. He took a route at the side of a hill too rugged and rutted to bother traversing with the bike, but certainly not impossible.
48. It is only by traversing various dimensions of awakening that one finally arrives at complete, multidimensional enlightenment.
49. Love becomes time in acts of will traversing emotional conditions; love becomes space in the reality of places shared together.
50. The only sound was the tiny, feeble cries of a flock of birds of passage, which was traversing the heavens at an immense height.
51. The planet was, in fact, very near the horizon and was traversing a dense layer of mist which imparted to it a horrible ruddy hue.
52. At the end of the fjord, in some of the highest cliff walls, is an immense oval, dimly lit by the lanterns of the ships traversing it.
53. The bridges prevent unnecessary traffic from traversing the link by filtering packets according to their data link layer MAC addresses.
54. It leapt from one tree branch to another, traversing the expanse of trees nearly as quickly as if it were flying—chirping all the way.
55. The Esso map did not offer a clue as to where they might find access to the Vistula itself, without traversing many meters of muddy grass.
56. While retracing the past, I forget the present; and traversing at will the path of history I cease to remember that I am myself a prisoner.
57. Many Pilgrims before him perished while traversing the Dunes, and left nothing but bleached bones as a warning to those that came after them.
58. Before they were done with their lunch, they were traversing open range spotted with scattered small holds with small herdsmen on open range.
59. I had decided I had enough of traversing swamps and reasoned that if the trade road ends in Longjiang, there must be available transportation.
60. The paddlewheel boats were traversing the river, barges being pushed by tugs were navigating the center portion of the river to avoid running aground.
61. As eleven o'clock struck from Saint-Etienne-du-Mont, he was traversing the Rue de Pontoise, in front of the office of the commissary of police, situated at No.
62. As the transmitted data returned to the workstation after traversing the ring, the system stripped it from the network so that it would not circulate endlessly.
63. What is language? What is writing? What is storytelling? The strange paradigms of consciousness become obviously evident while traversing through the cosmic door.
64. Crewmen bent over the big brass traversing handles, following the captains’ hand signals as they compensated for Eraystor’s forward movement through the water.
65. While the trucks hid beneath the camouflage of commercial vehicles, a procession of twenty trucks traversing this sparsely populated land would not go unrecognized.
66. Though far away from that region of kindly memories and traversing a part of the North Sea much less known to me, I was deeply conscious of the familiarity of my surroundings.
67. Now, we must again insist that he knew nothing of that frightful drain which he was traversing; and had any one asked him in what he was, he would have answered: In the night.
68. The most prominent as well as the most beautiful feature of this country, is that succession of mountain and valley, ridge and vale, which we meet with in traversing its surface.
69. Thus he proceeded for some time, walking on without ceasing, traversing at random streets of which he knew nothing, forgetful of his fatigue, as is often the case when a man is sad.
70. After traversing about two hundred yards of communication trench we struck a particularly thick, clayey patch, and every few yards the order "Halt in front!" was passed from the rear.
71. He’d enjoyed traversing her complex and difficult pathways; he’d enjoyed her massive canopies above him, huge umbrellas preventing the sun from overheating anything on the ground.
72. Occasionally they would enter a spot where the foliage above was less dense, and the bright rays of the moon lit up before Clayton's wondering eyes the strange path they were traversing.
73. If we wait for this, we shall never trade any more, for the natural perils of traversing the ocean always exist, and always remain nearly the same, allowing for the variation of the seasons.
74. It's picking time again, and what are you going to choose? the Game Drone had been momentarily accessed by a wi-fi advirt beaming its interference into any receiver traversing this Z-5.
75. At the moment when Jean Valjean paused in front of the bed, this cloud parted, as though on purpose, and a ray of light, traversing the long window, suddenly illuminated the Bishop's pale face.
76. Individuals when planning overseas travel may get so caught up in the idea of traversing to an exotic location they may forget to perform a reality check as to the overall picture of the situation.
77. As he was approaching a street which seemed to him to be the Rue du Contrat-Social, a shot coming no one knows whence, and traversing the darkness at random, whistled close by him, and the bullet.
78. With stupid tranquillity he surveyed this peaceful and terrible apartment, where so many lives had been broken, which was soon to ring with his name, and which his fate was at that moment traversing.
79. It took a much longer moment to recover after the second transport, but he pushed through his pain and followed Brittney back to the base, traversing the same path she did so as to avoid tripping sensors.
80. The Hebrew portion of the procession had conquered the gravel, had come through the break in the huge rocky slab, mounted the bank and were now traversing an old little used path that Youssaf had discovered and guided them onto.
81. Then he paced twice, slowly and in silence, from the fireplace to the window and from the window to the fireplace, traversing the whole length of the room, and making the polished floor creak as though he had been a stone statue walking.
82. In those days of dull and relentless tension, I had a friend I spoke to, often on the phone and met, occasionally, for dinner to commiserate with and draw comfort from, for he, too, was traversing a difficult period in his business affairs.
83. We were walking in a northwest direction, the same direction the wind was coming from, and at times, it would gust over the peak and down the slope of the small valley we were traversing uphill, and cause our legs to wobble with its force.
84. After traversing a hundred paces, skirting a wall of the fifteenth century, surmounted by a pointed gable, with bricks set in contrast, he found himself before a large door of arched stone, with a rectilinear impost, in the sombre style of Louis XIV.
85. Finally after traversing the maze they ended up at the mouth of a dark cave; which was actually a young ville tree that had grown so that its huge roots lifted up a red and brown colored building, tilting it to expose a hollow ten yards across and several meters high.
86. For the rest, the Old Bailey was famous as a kind of deadly inn-yard, from which pale travellers set out continually, in carts and coaches, on a violent passage into the other world: traversing some two miles and a half of public street and road, and shaming few good citizens, if any.
87. Its revolution on its axis produces the changes from light to darkness and its orbit around the sun produces the seasons, for the earth is tilted at an angle to the sun and first the north and then the south becomes nearer to it, the closest point traversing from the Tropic of Cancer (23.
88. Then, traversing with the decided step of one who remembered the way well, several dark and dirty streets--much dirtier than usual, for the best public thoroughfares remained uncleansed in those times of terror--he stopped at a chemist's shop, which the owner was closing with his own hands.
89. It was all very well going on about pure logic and how the universe was ruled by logic and the harmony of numbers, but the plain fact of the matter was that the disc was manifestly traversing space on the back of a giant turtle and the gods had a habit of going round to atheists' houses and smashing their windows.
90. It was not so unlike the chain of dormant volcanoes I’d be traversing on the PCT in Oregon—Mount McLoughlin, the Three Sisters peaks, Mount Washington, Three Fingered Jack, Mount Jefferson, and Mount Hood—except that it was bigger than them all, having reached an elevation that’s estimated at a little under 12,000 feet.
91. Georgiana added to her How d’ye do? several commonplaces about my journey, the weather, and so on, uttered in rather a drawling tone: and accompanied by sundry side-glances that measured me from head to foot—now traversing the folds of my drab merino pelisse, and now lingering on the plain trimming of my cottage bonnet.
92. Traversing the long and matted gallery, I descended the slippery steps of oak; then I gained the hall: I halted there a minute; I looked at some pictures on the walls (one, I remember, represented a grim man in a cuirass, and one a lady with powdered hair and a pearl necklace), at a bronze lamp pendent from the ceiling, at a great clock whose case was of oak curiously carved, and ebon.
93. We have to slay pride in giants, envy by generosity and nobleness of heart, anger by calmness of demeanour and equanimity, gluttony and sloth by the spareness of our diet and the length of our vigils, lust and lewdness by the loyalty we preserve to those whom we have made the mistresses of our thoughts, indolence by traversing the world in all directions seeking opportunities of making ourselves, besides Christians, famous knights.
94. Should she not take it, return and force herself to learn the lesson—that it is folly to be too wise? As she clasped her hands together in her muff the letter crushed upon her palm; she set her lips, drew a sharp breath, and resumed her walk, turning across to the Pont de la Concorde, traversing it quickly, a graceful, agile pedestrian among the many foot passengers, unobserving of the admiring eyes of those whose chase is beauty.
95. In the same manner, trance will take place but rather than share your thoughts with that person expressing the skill to channel information and messages, the thought is not transferred, the physical energy of the entity is traversing the pathway and inhabiting the physical body, or they are able to use the pathway to send their energy through, as a telephone may be picked up and listened to and spoken to, this is true for manipulation of the pathway to deliver information.
96. After that I arose and prayed and implored and begged and wrote down my prayer for the generations of the world and I will show everything to you my son Methuselah; And when I had gone out below and seen the Heaven and the sun rising in the east and the moon setting in the west and a few stars and the whole Earth and everything as He had known it in the beginning then I blessed the Lord of judgement and extolled Him because He had made the sun to go out from the windows of the east and he ascended and rose on the face of the Heaven and set out and kept traversing the path shown to him.
97. After that I arose and prayed and implored and begged, and wrote down my prayer for the generations of the world, and I will show everything to you, my son Methuselah; And when I had gone out below and seen the Heaven, and the sun rising in the east, and the moon setting in the west, and a few stars, and the whole Earth, and everything as He had known it in the beginning, then I blessed the Lord of judgement and extolled Him because He had made the sun to go out from the windows of the east, and he ascended and rose on the face of the Heaven, and set out and kept traversing the path shown to him.
98. When I came to the stile, I stopped a minute, looked round and listened, with an idea that a horse’s hoofs might ring on the causeway again, and that a rider in a cloak, and a Gytrash-like Newfoundland dog, might be again apparent: I saw only the hedge and a pollard willow before me, rising up still and straight to meet the moonbeams; I heard only the faintest waft of wind roaming fitful among the trees round Thornfield, a mile distant; and when I glanced down in the direction of the murmur, my eye, traversing the hall-front, caught a light kindling in a window: it reminded me that I was late, and I hurried on.
99. Thus setting out, our new-fledged adventurer paced along, talking to himself and saying, "Who knows but that in time to come, when the veracious history of my famous deeds is made known, the sage who writes it, when he has to set forth my first sally in the early morning, will do it after this fashion? 'Scarce had the rubicund Apollo spread o'er the face of the broad spacious earth the golden threads of his bright hair, scarce had the little birds of painted plumage attuned their notes to hail with dulcet and mellifluous harmony the coming of the rosy Dawn, that, deserting the soft couch of her jealous spouse, was appearing to mortals at the gates and balconies of the Manchegan horizon, when the renowned knight Don Quixote of La Mancha, quitting the lazy down, mounted his celebrated steed Rocinante and began to traverse the ancient and famous Campo de Montiel;'" which in fact he was actually traversing.
100. When any traversing at all starts to feel less and less necessary,.
1. He traversed the crowd slowly.
2. The district is one rarely traversed.
3. They had traversed about fifty yards.
4. A gloomy chill traversed Marius' heart.
5. It traversed the battle like a prodigy.
6. That road would have to be traversed again.
7. He traversed the grim sierra, the champaign.
8. Later that afternoon they traversed a short rise.
9. He traversed a corridor and came upon a staircase.
10. As we traversed the path we had taken to get up here.
11. The second Tiger traversed right and fired three shots.
12. The streets we had just traversed were cold and deserted.
13. By late lunchtime we had traversed it almost entirely and.
14. Quietly, sure of his ground, he traversed the dismal fields.
15. Unexplored edge: The edge or path which is not yet traversed.
16. The bullet traversed my hand, but it came out through my back.
17. Without another word, the two men traversed the final corridor.
18. Gary Mitchell traversed the hull until he reached the tethered.
19. Oxholm and Drumtone traversed the zigzagging tunnels of The Spires.
20. My mother and I traversed the gloomy passage leading to the cavern.
21. Conan needed no guide back through the labyrinth they had traversed.
22. He took two of his crew with him and traversed to the nearest ship.
23. Vamana expanded far past the heavenly vault and traversed both the.
24. They traversed the field as though there was nothing to be afraid of.
25. They had traversed but a single chamber when again they stopped short.
26. When the human kingdom is traversed, and man stands on the threshold of.
27. The hallway was not so broad as most they had traversed, but it was long.
28. Ground which can be freely traversed by both sides is called ACCESSIBLE.
29. The land was almost desert in the area they traversed by late Afternoonday.
30. All the chambers he had traversed since mounting the stair had been empty.
31. Slope after slope he traversed, each with its even sward and clustered groves.
32. As you wish, Holms said, Let us consider the course we have traversed.
33. He held his hatchet at the ready as the mercenaries traversed the Ghastly Fens.
34. They passed through, and traversed several chambers, counterparts of the first.
35. I stood like a man paralyzed, still staring at the ground which I had traversed.
36. They passed through the same rooms which the prince had traversed on his arrival.
37. Natura and Nocturna summoned their mab and quickly traversed the thirteen columns.
38. It stood about a foot out of the water and traversed the entire width of the lake.
39. The Nez Percé reservation has been traversed for thirty years by whites in safety.
40. A vast expanse traversed time and again by prophets, saints, pilgrims and warriors.
41. And they walked for some time and traversed the body and the stomach of the Dog-Fish.
42. The carriage traversed to the barns, where a couple of men walked out to unhitch the.
43. He had traversed that alley by day, in times past, and had never noticed a door there.
44. Somewhere back among the chambers they had traversed, he heard the sound of a footfall.
45. It lifted up and traversed the space until only a dot of light was seen in the heavens.
46. Before he could stop himself his eyes had traversed her naked physique from head to toe.
47. The streets were settled and Taliesin’s band traversed the road to the castle with ease.
48. Holmes paused irresolute, and then he glanced back at the road which he had just traversed.
49. They traversed through the undergrowth in silence, each pondering their blooming friendship.
50. A thousand thoughts traversed his mind, but they continued to fortify him in his resolution.
51. The road which the carriage now traversed was the ancient Appian Way, and bordered with tombs.
52. There was movement among the bushes at the far end of the clearing which I had just traversed.
53. Colin traversed the short hallway, turning into the only bedroom on the rear side of the house.
54. This continues until either the request is satisfied by a node or the whole chain is traversed.
55. In this way he traversed a tolerably long distance, gazing, calling, shouting, but he met no one.
56. A shudder traversed her body so vigorously she had to put a hand on the counter to steady herself.
57. The Wanka provided guides as well as auxiliaries and we traversed their province without incident.
58. On West Brook, this gray limestone is traversed by a vein of quartz, containing sulphuret of iron.
59. He traversed it, entered a ravine, and climbed to the top of a steep ridge free of trees and bushes.
60. The speed with which the army had traversed the land showed what little resistance it had encountered.
61. But before the giant could bring the weapon to bear she had traversed the stairs, her prisoner in tow.
62. Ungainly and wobbling he could see the cabin door before him as he traversed the never ending corridor.
63. He had traversed the maze of roots for days to reach his destination, so far he had remained unmolested.
64. He stared anxiously at the twin barrels which were being lowered and traversed towards where they stood.
65. She shivered in the cold looking out the window as they traversed the narrow streets of the trailer park.
66. They had traversed several city blocks without finding the slightest sign of entrance into the buildings.
67. The caves were in a remote area far away from even the off the beaten track that ramblers traversed.
68. Ropes fixed to a firm anchor at both ends can steady movement across ice patches which have to be traversed.
69. Before it had traversed two thirds of the street it was received by a general discharge from the barricade.
70. And even better, the miles they’d traversed so far had left them nearly as shattered as they’d left me.
71. A large head with a long beak-like mouth snapped constantly as the guardians traversed the trench aimlessly.
72. The shadow of the passions of the moment traversed this grand and gentle spirit occupied with eternal things.
73. By the time I traversed the steep canyon path the CADD had already cleared out the cargo holds and taken off.
74. There were a few hair-raising moments when they traversed narrow and dusty roads high in the mountain terrain.
75. They ran through a series of green-lit chambers, traversed a broad hall, and halted before a giant bronze door.
76. Adam drove along the narrow, winding lanes that traversed the steep slopes of the northern hill, guided by Danny.
77. The hearse passed the Bastille, traversed the small bridge, and reached the esplanade of the bridge of Austerlitz.
78. Discovery edge: It is opposite to unexplored edge, the path which is already traversed is known as discovery edge.
79. The bailiff de Ferrette, with his short breeches and his thin legs, sometimes traversed this salon on his way to M.
80. Some weeks before this period I had procured a sledge and dogs and thus traversed the snows with inconceivable speed.
81. A Marquise had slept in it; Marat had rotted in it; it had traversed the Pantheon to end with the rats of the sewer.
82. On the second or third floor they traversed another long hallway, much wider than the other with fewer zigs and zags.
83. He traversed the thicket, and approached the recess near the flight of steps: "She is waiting for me there," said he.
84. The shot sped, traversed the hand and possibly, also, the workman, since he fell, but the ball did not strike Marius.
85. Here they turned upwards, traversed the outer wall and returned back along the ceiling toward the centre of the room.
86. Though initially hesitant to cross the bridge Kallias traversed the centuries-old stone, neighing sharply as she went.
87. In short moments Edgar had traversed the ring, and he separated the pack so that he might stroll through the exit gate.
88. He retired with bowed head, traversed the antechamber, and slowly descended the stairs, as though hesitating at every step.
89. Spring in Paris is often traversed by harsh and piercing breezes which do not precisely chill but freeze one; these north.
90. Constantly looking around him he lightly traversed the same ground as the Citans, his ears peaked and ready for any sound.
91. Conan passed through the hall quickly enough, traversed the outer chamber and approached the door that led upon the gallery.
92. The chambers and halls he traversed were crumbling into ruin, but as he advanced the ravages of decay became less apparent.
93. That staircase, so often traversed, which echoed to the slightest noise, now lost its decaying aspect in the eyes of Eugenie.
94. They had not traversed many steps of the long main staircase when he stopped, and stared at the roof and round at the wails.
95. Immediately beneath the cliff there grew a considerable patch of high bamboo, like that which we had traversed in our journey.
96. They traversed a long, dark, vaulted corridor in which, Conan noticed uneasily, the skull on the staff glowed phosphorescently.
97. We traversed but one side of the square, however, and at the end of it she stopped, and put her candle down and opened a door.
98. However he must have found a better target as the gun traversed away from me and did not return he must found easier pickings.
99. A space had separated them, a space that could have been traversed by a whisper, or a kiss had Andore thought to move his lips.
100. Donnowarru floated in front of them and produced another orb, this time he held it in his hands while he traversed on his cloud.
1. The family traverses the right path.
2. The point up to which this > traverses, from the END, before.
3. These wavy traverses will feel somewhat carved, because you're.
4. Pretty soon, you'll be linking wedge christies without any traverses.
5. All that water that traverses to the riverbed below creates a great deal of energy.
6. She turns right, then left, traverses half a block and steps neatly through the open door of a shop.
7. BFS traverses in breadth and DFS in depth, and both algorithms do not return any unexpected results.
8. The second boundary traverses the topographic map from the top-left corner toward the bottom-right part of the map.
9. In the many journeyings and desert traverses of the Pharaoh’s son Aken, laden as he and his followers were by countless.
10. To the traveller, who for several days traverses these prairies and barrens, their appearance is quite uninviting, and even disagreeable.
11. Those acquainted with the habits of this bird inform us that in its annual migration, the stork actually traverses a longer distance than that from Judea to Shinar.
12. Granted that man does nothing but seek that mathematical certainty, he traverses oceans, sacrifices his life in the quest, but to succeed, really to find it, he dreads, I assure you.
13. I know what is going to happen and I desperately try to shout a warning to him but I know as well that I can’t and I watch horrified as the machine gun traverses and the bullets stitch across his chest leaving blooms of red against the material.
14. These villages, both of them concealed in curves of the landscape, are connected by a road about a league and a half in length, which traverses the plain along its undulating level, and often enters and buries itself in the hills like a furrow, which makes a ravine of this road in some places.
15. Blessed are all the righteous blessed are all those who walk in the way of righteousness and sin not as the sinners in the reckoning of all their days in which the sun traverses the Heaven entering into and departing from the portals for thirty days with the heads of thousands of the order of the stars together with the four which are intercalated which divide the four portions of the year which lead them and enter with them four days.
16. Blessed are all the righteous, blessed are all those who walk in the way of righteousness and sin not as the sinners, in the reckoning of all their days in which the sun traverses the Heaven, entering into and departing from the portals for thirty days with the heads of thousands of the order of the stars, together with the four which are intercalated which divide the four portions of the year, which lead them and enter with them four days.

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