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travel

[ME. travailen, to travail, to journey]
1. To move from place to place, e.g., from one country to another.
2. The act of moving among different places or countries. Travel to some locations presents health risks, such as deep venous thrombosis, diarrhea, geographically specific infections (e.g., malaria), injury, insomnia, rashes, colds, and influenza.
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The parks agency's dealings with the Travel Bureau show how the Branch made a total turn in its ideas of parks promotion, leading to disagreement with the Travel Bureau over how national parks should be described in publications.
Package tours organized by travel bureaus were valued at US$ 32 million in 2007, up from US$ 27 million in 2006.
John Spicer of Spicer Travel Bureau uses his window to protest: he and many other businesses claim to have lost thousands of pounds due to Daer Cymru roadworks in Llandudno Picture: RICHARD WILLIAMS
Promoters of Hawaii can revel in the fact that Hawaii still ranks among the most desired travel destinations, according to a 1999 travel bureau survey.
The Japan Travel Bureau (JTB) aims to stick well clear of the date change.
I don't think anybody in the industry anticipated the movie would be this great for the cruise business,'' said Tom Jackson, owner of the World Travel Bureau in Santa Ana, Calif.
To improve the quality of service SuzyQ Travel Bureau provides to Wid-jets, Inc.
Two of Japan's largest travel agencies, Japan Travel Bureau and Kinki Nippon Tourist Co.
Travel Bureau, which urges Americans not simply to "See America" but to resee and rethink America, to take pride in its varied ethnic and racial cultures.
Passes are sold at Japan Travel Bureau and Nippon Travel Agency offices in Honolulu, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
A RISK and security management firm founded by two former British military officers has teamed up with Travel Bureau Corporate to help the region's businesses protect their employees when travelling.
This year, the Japan Travel Bureau (JTB) asked me to lead a culinary tour of Fukuoka, Hiroshima and Osaka.