line of travel

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walking line, line of travel

The usual path taken in climbing stairs, approximately 18 in. (46 cm) from the center line of the handrail.
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Death of a Honey Bee Lost in reverie at summer's fading, I was careless of my footfall And (too late!) saw you there before me - Directly in my line of travel.
Tumi, an internationally renowned brand recognised for its outstanding line of travel luggage and accessories, has partnered with Qatar Duty Free (QDF) to launch its first duty free pop-up store in the Middle East.
The new website will offer many XpresSpa products, featuring a full line of travel accessories manufactured through XpresSpa's partnership with Capelli New York, global designers and manufactures of on-trend private label and branded products.
If he moves to the front too far, get his attention and turn your line of travel across the field.
Contigo's line of travel mugs and water bottles features technology that makes them spill-and-leak proof, great for holiday travel and busy lifestyles.
In addition to their full line of travel inspired fashion accessories and handbags, Pan Am is currently working with licensees across the globe to continue producing products and services.
The new partnership will offer top of the line of travel cases customised to complement the 2012 LFA supercar.
BUG is the latest in a line of travel initiatives put in place to improve transport at the park.
Try the following technique to accurately maintain a line of travel and hit a specific point like a cabin or pond as you're trekking through thick vegetation: