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stopoh ver

  • n  a stopping place on a journey
    there is a stopover to change planes in Chicago
  • n  a brief stay in the course of a journey
    they made a stopover to visit their friends

  • She urged me relentlessly to meet her last year during a stopover at an airport where our paths happened to be crossing, so that I could brief her ahead of her appearance at a big .
  • A stopover in Kabul or even just at Bagram Air Base would have helped underline Obama's commitment to what he has called "the right war.
  • An entrepreneur in Sydney, Australia opens the PawPaws Urban Retreat, a luxurious stopover for the discerning caninePhotographs by Lisa Maree Williams Getty.

  • Clive Dudley Thomas Minton in Sydney Morning Herald
    Clive Minton, Australia's leading shorebird expert, says: "About half of Australia's shorebirds are migratory, and all of those 1.5 million to 2 million migratory birds are using some part of China as a stopover."
  • President Bush in Bloomberg
    One of the things we've discussed here is a significant environmental challenge we face here in America, and that is birds are losing the stopover habitats they need and depend on for their annual migrations,Bush said at the Patuxent Research...
  • Arsene Wenger in The South African Star
    The choice of Boston as a North American stopover for the 2008-09 Volvo Ocean Race is a welcome addition to the ground-breaking route. Boston has a proud association with international sailing and sailors. There has been great enthusiasm from... Glenn BYM News (press release) May 4, 2007 94990 126231 stoppable I do not believe you can just stop any competition at any incident, because that will reward people who provoke the incidents," said Wenger. "That means any competition in the world will be stoppable at any time. The international federation...

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