He stopped his droning speeches and adopted a feisty, homey style answering questions on the Tours.
Another issues a comic proposal to rerun all of the Tours consecutively starting next month and through November.
Just as before, a couple of ambassadors will have Tours curtailed because the host country resents their candid reporting.
Soldiers complained that the rabbinate's Tours were politicized.
“I was thinking today about the time we ran into you in Tours,” Didion says now.
The Germans held Tours during the early months of 1871, but there is no trace of their occupation now.
We regret that his Tours are so rapid, and his journals so brief.
In the course of his Tours about town, he discovered in a house then well known his former mistress, Kitty.
At Tours Morton had nothing to do but take his pleasure and enjoy himself.
The work is of the older school of Tours, but loaded with ornamental details from North Italian pilaster-work.
early 14c., "a turn, a shift on duty," from Old French tour, tourn "a turn, trick, round, circuit, circumference," from torner, tourner "to turn," from Latin tornare "to polish, round off, fashion, turn on a lathe" (see turn (v.)). Sense of "a traveling around, journey" is first recorded 1640s. Tour de France is recorded from 1922. The Grand Tour, a journey through France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy formerly was the finishing touch in the education of a gentleman.
1746, from tour (n.). Related: Toured; touring.