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world traveler


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n world traveler someone who travels widely and often
    • ***


  • Robert Louis Stevenson
    “Some people swallow the universe like a pill; they travel on through the world, like smiling images pushed from behind.”
  • William Hazlitt
    “You know more of a road by having traveled it than by all the conjectures and descriptions in the world.”
  • John Mcdonald
    John Mcdonald
    “To enjoy enduring success we should travel a little in advance of the world.”
  • George Moore
    “A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.”
  • Oliver Goldsmith
    “A traveler of taste will notice that the wise are polite all over the world, but the fool only at home.”
  • Alexander Cockburn
    Alexander Cockburn
    “The travel writer seeks the world we have lost --the lost valleys of the imagination.”


In literature:

The world traveler who gives careful study to the bibles of the various religions of the East will be well repaid.
"Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie" by Andrew Carnegie
Everything in the world amuses him, and from first to last there is an immense amount of travelling, both physical and mental.
"Among Famous Books" by John Kelman
She had travelled in far countries, and often read me friendly letters which attested how well the world esteemed her.
"Tales of the Chesapeake" by George Alfred Townsend
The asteroid and the great cruiser arched high above the belt of tiny worlds in the orbit Rip had set, traveling together toward distant Mars.
"Rip Foster in Ride the Gray Planet" by Harold Leland Goodwin
He was between fifteen and sixteen years old, and represented that he was travelling about, to see the world.
"Oscar" by Walter Aimwell
The last shipload of travelers from Earth wanted to see the space-craft about which all the world was talking.
"Operation: Outer Space" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Indeed, I think this matter of travelling is one of the most curious in the world.
"My War Experiences in Two Continents" by Sarah Macnaughtan
I have traveled all over this wicked world with nobody but the woman who was once my nurse.
"Parrot & Co." by Harold MacGrath
Consider the marvelous facilities for world-travel.
"Our Day" by W. A. Spicer
Travelers from all parts of the world knew and loved this genial and kindly gentleman.
"I Married a Ranger" by Dama Margaret Smith
The mounds are about one mile from Upsala and are visited by travelers from all parts of the world.
"Yule-Tide in Many Lands" by Mary P. Pringle and Clara A. Urann
All the world appeared to be traveling through Jackson.
"Famous Adventures And Prison Escapes of the Civil War" by Various
If Uncle Russell had to travel on his shape, he never would see much of the world.
"Modern Eloquence: Vol II, After-Dinner Speeches E-O" by Various
I did not mean to work, and tie myself to an office stool: I had the chance, but I wanted to travel and see the world.
"Prisoners" by Mary Cholmondeley
All the world now travels along the course he established and perfected.
"The Last Harvest" by John Burroughs
He was a young American, travelling about, as Americans do, to see the world.
"The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers" by Mary Cholmondeley
Overhead the worlds and sun of Asti still traveled their appointed paths.
"The Gifts of Asti" by Andre Alice Norton
Five days' journeying from Ghardaia brought the travellers to a desert world full of movement and interest.
"The Golden Silence" by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
There I worked in the composing-room of the "Evening News" for a time, and then started on my travels to see the world.
"Chapters from My Autobiography" by Mark Twain
So he traveled through the whole world to find one, but there was always something against each.
"Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories" by Various

In poetry:

Man has a curious appetite,
He's all the time wishing to go;
And if he had the wings of a kite,
He'd travel this wide world o'er.
"The Trip I Would Like to Take" by Frank Barbour Coffin
Through many a land your journey ran,
And showed the best the world can boast:
Now tell me, traveller, if you can,
The place that pleased you most."
"The Gentle Traveller" by Henry Van Dyke
"`(Why, she's the biggest shipper, sir,
That e'er did business in this world!):
Then Death, that ceaseless Traveller,
Shall on his rounds by us be whirled.
"The Hard Times In Elfland [A Story of Christmas Eve]" by Sidney Lanier
A youth may have studied, and travelled abroad,
May sing like Apollo, and paint like a Claude,
And speak all the languages under the pole,
And have every gift in the world, but a soul.
"Accomplishment" by Jane Taylor
Our soul, whose country's heaven, and God her Father,
Into this world, corruption's sink, is sent ;
Yet so much in her travel she doth gather,
That she returns home wiser than she went.
"To Sir Henry Goodyere" by John Donne
Strangely near she seems, and terribly great:
The world is dead: why are we travelling still?
Nightmare silence grips my struggling will;
We are driving for ever and ever to find a gate.
"Moonset" by Sir Henry Newbolt

In news:

John Walker Lindh was a middle-class kid in Northern California who converted to Islam and went to travel the world.
A group of Ohio State University students traveled the pacific island battlefields of World War II with the veterans who fought there.
The event will feature some of the area's most popular artists along with some that have traveled the world internationally with their music.
He's turned the world's secrets into a traveling postcard exhibition and a book.
He's a traveling man who has has made a lot of stops all over the world.
Travels in the world's least predictable police state .
John Berry is an artist who has traveled around the world working as a building designer and community artist.
"Hospice du Rhône put an international spotlight on Paso Robles and the Central Coast as a world-class Rhône -producing wine region," said Maryann Stansfield of the Travel Paso Robles Alliance, the city's tourism advisory board.
Honnold travels the country and world, climbing with and without a tether.
Travel posters of "Fire Hydrants Around the World" found taped to doghouse wall.
The International Air Transport Association has revealed in a report that India, which was being considered the fastest growing aviation market in the world, has now become the worst performing domestic air travel market globally.
One grandmother is traveling the world and saving lives.
Travels in the New Third World.
Kari Iverson spent months traveling around the world.
She wanted to travel the world and write about it.

In science:

The World object would consider Messages traveling and determine if that Message could be correctly received by various peers within range of the broadcasting peer.
Content Sharing for Mobile Devices
Suppose that a cloud of test particles travels along a congruence of timelike world lines in a spacetime with fixed metric.
Rotation in relativity and the propagation of light
Even more mind-boggling is the possibility to travel along a timelike world line from any spacetime point to any other one.
Rotation in relativity and the propagation of light
For example, if we start our journey at the origin r = 0 of the upper plane of constant coordinate time shown in fig. 10 and seek to travel back to the origin r = 0 of the lower plane, we first follow a timelike world line leading from the origin to a point beyond the critical G¨odel radius.
Rotation in relativity and the propagation of light
World lines and geodesics of test particles and of light. – Particles with a nonvanishing mass as well as observers travel on timelike curves through spacetime.
Rotation in relativity and the propagation of light
But fir st, we provide some motivating examples in the context of a real-world social content site, Yahoo!Travel.
SocialScope: Enabling Information Discovery on Social Content Sites
The author gratefully acknowledges the support of the National Science Foundation through two international travel grants, which enabled her to attend the 8th World Congress on Probability and Statistics and the 17th International Congress on Mathematical Physics, where she had the opportunity to discuss this work.
Critical phenomena in exponential random graphs
Intuitively this is clear: in order for there to be Lorentz violation particles must travel on world-lines that are species dependent (and not fully determined by the mass).
Modern tests of Lorentz invariance
So, if everything is affected by gravity, and if the motion of everything is the same regardless of its composition, it becomes possible to set up a set of "preferred" world lines, or curves in spacetime, along which any arbitrary object will travel (and are therefore geodesic lines).
A Simple Introduction to Particle Physics Part II
And because these world lines don’t depend at all on the objects traveling through spacetime, a natural conclusion is that the world lines don’t depend on the objects, but instead depend on the spacetime itself.
A Simple Introduction to Particle Physics Part II
The D4 wil l therefore hit the D6-brane repeated ly while it travels towards its world volume energy minimum.
Primordial Fluctuations in String Cosmology
Why is there a maximum speed? My interest in this area began by asking why the universe had a maximum speed? Einstein deduced that nothing travels faster than light from how the world behaves, but gave no structural reason for it to be so.
The emergence of the physical world from information processing
To prevent paradox the traveller should penetrate to the parallel world where it can easily «kill the grandfather» without breaking a causality principle.
The Universal Arrow of Time III-IV:(Part III) Nonquantum gravitation theory (Part IV) Quantum gravitation theory
It means, that from the point of view of the external real macroscopic observer a situation when the traveler has perished in the wormho le or has penetrated in «other world», are observationally indist inguishable.
The Universal Arrow of Time III-IV:(Part III) Nonquantum gravitation theory (Part IV) Quantum gravitation theory
It is equivalent to a situation when the traveler falls into a black ho le. we do not know - whether he is crushed in the singularity or penetrated into «other world» through the white hole . (Though this difference is observed and essent ial for the traveler.
The Universal Arrow of Time III-IV:(Part III) Nonquantum gravitation theory (Part IV) Quantum gravitation theory