Definition of touring
1 : participation in a tour
2 : cross-country skiing for pleasure
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Dr. Anthony J. Mela Sure enough, Dr. Mela's thoughtful request was answered and Brown took a break from his busy touring schedule to visit with Schoettle in the hospital for an hour.
More and more touring dance acts that could play in Chicago, big or small, were filtered through the club system, often playing in intimate spaces.
The Special Consensus spends most of the year touring.
The Touring and Elite’s towing capacity rises 500 pounds to 3,500, though.
Like Wilson, Daniels has been busy touring and recording.
Spotting an opportunity to combine business with his passion for cycling, Duk Young Lee opened Bikely in Seoul nine years ago to focus exclusively on touring.
A deal with Harley-Davidson (hog, +0.74%) would bring together the maker of touring bikes like the Electra Glide that are symbolic of America with a leading European maker whose high-performance bikes have a distinguished racing heritage.
There are lots of notable acts in the lineup, including the Cadillac Three, a scruffy country-rock trio that has built a rabid grassroots fan base through heavy touring and opening slots for Tim McGraw.
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