- n a procession (of wagons or mules or camels) traveling together in single file
we were part of a caravan of almost a thousand camels
- n a camper equipped with living quarters
- v travel in a caravan
- Before this morning's caravan can even get started, the pro- choice side seems to have checkmated the game with a single move: both ends of the street off the parking lot have been .
- Other signs informed Malvernites that the Arkansas Education Caravan had arrived to show them how to have better local schools.
- Out of jealousy, the caravan captain ruthlessly abandons a middleaged, kindly schoolteacher in the desert.
- Osama bin Laden in Ottawa Citizen
I tell every young man among the youth of Islam: it is your duty to join the caravan until the sufficiency is complete and the march to aid the High and Omnipotent continues,said Mr. bin Laden.
- Ray Nagin in guardian.co.uk
We have a massive caravan of crews coming to the city and they should be here this morning to fix the rest of the power outages,Nagin said on CBS "Early Show."
- Daryl Morey in The Canadian Press
We have such great fans in Houston, and we wanted to bring that passion and energy to our initial free agent meeting,Morey said. "We are always looking for ways to engage our fans. The inspiration for this caravan came directly from their...