Of passage

passing from one place, region, or climate, to another; migratory; - said especially of birds.

See also: Passage

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TWO men appeared simultaneously at the two ends of a sort of passage running along the side of the Apollo Theatre in the Adelphi.
The price of passage is fixed at $1,250, currency, for each adult passenger.
With the latter as our guide we set off rapidly but cautiously through a maze of passages, crossing great chambers hewn from the solid metal of the cliff, following winding corridors, ascending steep inclines, and now and again concealing ourselves in dark recesses at the sound of approaching footsteps.
We are so grateful to have received this grant from Bank of America," said Jeanne Tedrow, CEO of Passage Home.
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Further, it can assert every attribute of sovereignty in these waters, including the denial of passage to foreign flagged vessels.
Many academic passings onward are also passings from and usually involve more complex choices than those standard academic rituals of passage such as graduation, publication, tenure, or promotion.
Living Passages for the Whole Family: Celebrating Rites of Passage from Birth to Adulthood" is a year by year examination of peoples' traditional rites of passage such as birthdays, bar'mitzvahs and secular versions of festivals such as that.
The notion of passage seems the most promising for studying this rituality in progress.
I'm living proof of the limitations of researching this important religious rite of passage by asking adults to remember their First Communions.
With objections to the pact expected from most Democrats and from as many as 30 to 40 House Republicans, the Times reported on May 10: "The administration admits that even in this off-election year, when trade deals have the best chance of passage, it does not have the votes" to get CAFTA approved.
THE RITE OF PASSAGE is a rhapsody on life, eternal life, life on earth, but includes parts of the author's own life as well.