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Then, still shivering, he took a brisk walk up and down beside the suitcase and, finally, circumnavigated the little station.
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He sailed along the South coast and up the East, to Port Jackson: subsequently, he circumnavigated the continent and suggested its present name.
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Scrubby forelands set with cedars, shadow-flecked paths under the scrub oak, meadows where water glimmered, white sails off Center Island and Cooper's Bluff-Cooper's Bluff from the north, northeast, east, southeast, south-this they painted with never-tiring, Pecksniffian patience, boxing the compass around it as enthusiastically as that immortal architect circumnavigated Salisbury Cathedral.
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About the year 600 B.C., they had circumnavigated Africa, starting from the Red Sea, and going round the Cape of Good Hope to Gades, and from thence returning by the Nile.
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He returned safely from the wreck of the _Wager_ (in Anson's voyage), and many years after circumnavigated the world, as commander of a similar expedition" (Moore).
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Prior to its settlement it was circumnavigated by a Swede, who landed, it is said, and wintered there, and in 868, Flóki Vilgertharsson, a mighty Viking, visited it, who gave it the present name of Iceland.
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After they had seen everything in London—not omitting the ship in which Francis Drake, _nobilissimus pyrata_, was said to have circumnavigated the world,—they went to Greenwich.
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Was pitch-forked into the Navy, but has not circumnavigated.
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Whereon, up came a fresh member of the procession; namely, no less a person than Vindex Brimblecombe, the ancient schoolmaster, with five-and-forty boys at his heels, who halting, pulled out his spectacles, and thus signified his forgiveness of his whilom broken head:- "That the world should have been circumnavigated, ladies and gentles, were matter enough of jubilation to the student of Herodotus and Plato, Plinius and - ahem!
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I knows every nook and sounding round the lake; and odd enough if I didn't, seeing as how the craft circumnavigated it, at least, a dozen times since we have been cooped up here.
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It has been circumnavigated by Signor Gessi, in the steel life-boats, and subsequently by Colonel Mason of the American army, who was employed under Colonel Gordon.
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When, a few years after his death, Balboa first saw the Pacific stretching far, far off to Asia, and when in another few years the whole globe had been circumnavigated, from Spain back again to Spain, only then did the vastness of Columbus's discovery begin to be appreciated.
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Suffice it to say that, proceeding in a very leisurely fashion, they completely circumnavigated the island of Cuba, calling in at Matanzas, Cardenas, Nuevitas, Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba, Trinidad, Xagua, Batabano, and other more or less interesting ports on the coast; sometimes remaining only a few hours, at other times spending as many days in harbour, while Don Hermoso made certain mysterious excursions inland and had secret conferences with more or less mysterious people, during the progress of which Jack, Carlos, and the two ladies enjoyed themselves amazingly in the steam pinnace, in which craft they made excursions up rivers, and prowled about among romantic cays to their hearts' content.
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Examples of Circumnavigated

Example #1
The voyage of discovery was unprofitable; there was nothing to discover.
Example #2
The youth upon that platform turned up his coat collar, thrust his gloved hands into his pockets, and shivered.
Example #3
In recognition of his services Captain Flinders was given command of the _Investigator_ in which to prosecute the exploration of Terra Australis.
Example #4
THE _INVESTIGATOR_ +Source.+-Voyage to Terra Australis (Matthew Flinders, 1814), pp.
Example #5
And one delicious morning in early June, when the dew sparkled on the poison ivy and the air was vibrant with the soft monotone of mosquitoes and the public road exhaled a delicate aroma of crude oil, Drusilla and Flavilla, laden with sketching-blocks, color-boxes, camp-stools, white umbrellas and bonbons, descended to the great hall, on sketching bent.
Example #6
But best of all-for they were rather seriously inclined at the age of eighteen, or, rather, on the verge of nineteen-they adored sketching, in water colors, out of doors.