Of passage

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

See also: Passage

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
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.
It's a nice coming together and celebration of the legacy of the band, indeed, a rite of passage on its own, pardon the pun.
by Times News Service A group photo of Passage to India.
"We are excited to welcome Yvonne, Robert and Caroline to the Passage Home board," said Alfred Leach, Board Chairman of Passage Home.
The rights of passage associated with enclosed estates reside
Further, it can assert every attribute of sovereignty in these waters, including the denial of passage to foreign flagged vessels.
A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked "Some people are of the opinion that a person should change his lifestyle and way of thinking with the passage of time, while some people think that a person should maintain his lifestyle and way of thinking regardless of passage of time.
A last rite of passage. Suddenly one is last in line even for sshrc's locally administered travel grants.
At the basic structure of repeated readings, a student reads the same instructional-level passage until meeting a pre-set criterion of words per minute or a specific number of passage reading repetitions while receiving feedback and error correction (Meyer & Felton, 1999; Therrien, 2004; Therrien & Kubina, 2006).