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use "voyage" in a sentence

The contraption, built in a single afternoon, took its maiden voyage on Sunday.

In a funerary context it may symbolize the long 'watery' voyage to the afterlife.

Jagot made the photo during his family's five year sailing voyage around the world.

That means Santa needs around 45 million gallons of jet fuel for his annual voyage.

He was the youngest of the group, but remembers the details of the voyage very well.

His experiences on that solo voyage became part of his book, "Once Upon a Gypsy Moon."

Many of them attempt the voyage to flee war and poverty in Africa and the Middle East.

He paid human traffickers in Tripoli 1,000 Libyan dinars, more than $700, for the voyage.

The Zenobia sank on her first voyage in 1980 while carrying £200 million of cargo aboard.

"It's wonderful to find something like this because it personalizes that voyage in a way.

They spoke to the BBC by satellite phone as their month-long voyage headed back into port.

Joaquin disrupts routine voyage The El Faro: A container ship missing in Hurricane Joaquin.

They are in high spirits, the sea is calm and it looks like they are in for a smooth voyage.

More from Arts Murakami's voyage to Ibiza: Can art's boundary-breaker get ravers to a gallery?

The Eritrean writer Abu Bakr Khaal made the desperate voyage to and across the Mediterranean himself.

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