water travel

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Noun1.water travel - travel by waterwater travel - travel by water      
travel, traveling, travelling - the act of going from one place to another; "he enjoyed selling but he hated the travel"
ocean trip, voyage - an act of traveling by water
sailing - riding in a sailboat
boating, yachting - water travel for pleasure
shipwreck - cause to experience shipwreck; "They were shipwrecked in one of the mysteries at sea"
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And, as I said, we may have to use both land and water travel to get us where we want to go.
While there are few future cars to be seen at TRB, it is exciting to see presentations that range from autonomous vehicles to other advanced mobility systems, including the world of air and water travel.
We have recommended solutions] for each catchment area (wadis), whether to build artificial aquifers or whether to build more wells that collect water instead of letting the water travel long distances, catching dust and pollutants," Al Yazeedi said.
Ken Morrish of Ashland is co-owner of Fly Water Travel.
Many African countries have restricted air, land and water travel in
It was supposed to make the hot water travel through the system faster but at a lower temperature, making it work more efficiently.
Water travel may have reduced the mortality rate compared to forced marches, but it also facilitated the logistics of food and shelter while minimizing opportunities for desertion (87-88).
He discusses why people traveled, including trade and pilgrimage; land travel and accommodations for it such as roads and inns; water travel from river barges to large long-distance sailing ships; the mechanics, dangers, and rewards of trade; and trade goods and their sources.
Since sodium and water travel together, sodium retention also boosts the amount of water present.
Summary: The RTA claims its initiative to increase water travel will help reduceC*
Planners aim that the precinct will minimise car use and maximise train, bus and water travel.
The vehicles could get 'on plane' during high-speed water travel only if armor was removed from the vehicles and the Marines on board left vital equipment behind," said the committee report.