Expeditionist

Ex`pe`di´tion`ist


n.1.One who goes upon an expedition. [R].
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness," expeditionist W.H.
Hence, other car manufacturers, namely KIA, PSA Group and Jaguar Land Rover, as well as their suppliers such as Slovnaft and other companies like the Penam Bakery attended.For instance, the Penam Bakery was looking for roughly 30 people, including drivers, expeditionists, electricians and locksmiths.
Most notably, expeditionists will visit the remnants of the Larsen Ice Shelf known as "Larsen B;" once an ice shelf larger than the state of Rhode Island, it disintegrated over a three-week period in 2002 as a result of global warming.
Even at the age of 65, Sir Ranulph Fiennes remains one of Britain's leading expeditionists. And, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, is the greatest living adventurer.
Please tell us about more like-minded expeditionists who are not stifled by convention and who are pushing the limits of modern adventure, reminding us of Past explorers' historic achievements, and undertaking formidable challenges themselves.
And what I see in middle-class suburbia is this: comfortable three- and four-bedroom homes with those late-model SUVs parked in the driveways; Wal-Marts and Targets streaming with shoppers loaded down like Everest expeditionists; kids and adults chatting on $50-a-month cell phones; a family of four plunking down $150 to be entertained at a ballgame.