convenient stopping

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  • Shannon became the most convenient stopping point before and after a trip across the Atlantic.
  • Our house was a convenient stopping-place for them. Cited from My Antonia, by Willa Sibert Cather
  • We found this a convenient stopping-place for vessels making the inner passage, wood and water being easily procured. Cited from Discoveries in Australia, Volume 1., by J Lort Stokes
  • It was a convenient stopping-place, and the stock did well on the young cane. Cited from The Outlet, by Andy Adams
  • Lying-down accommodation is provided for all, and meals can be obtained at convenient stopping places. Cited from London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, by Winston Spencer Churchill
  • The Cape had long been important to Britain's marine traffic, providing a convenient stopping point on route to India.
  • On the other hand, the Capa Blancas make a very convenient stopping place on our way across. Cited from Voyages of Dr. Dolittle by Hugh Lofting
  • In half an hour, when he had come to a convenient stopping-place, he opened the door and stood uncomfortably before the young man he had so long admired. Cited from Queed, by Henry Sydnor Harrison
  • This wayside inn formed a very convenient stopping place for travelers on the road. Cited from Building a State in Apache Land, by Charles D. Poston
  • "I don't get here very often, but I had to run up on some business, and I found this the most convenient stopping place." Cited from The Golf Course Mystery, by Chester K. Steele
  • Loggers on the river found this a convenient stopping point, as the river bends slightly and the operation was from far upstream.
  • The route was initially popular, particularly in the Plymouth urban area when railmotor trains operated the passenger service, providing a relatively frequent service at convenient stopping points.
  • The camp grew quickly, as besides being a popular mining spot, it was also a convenient stopping place on the road from Sacramento to the Southern Mines.
  • Our method has been to adopt a compromise, following the course of a single science in each great epoch to a convenient stopping-point, and then turning back to bring forward the story of another science. Cited from A History of Science, V 2, by Henry Smith Williams
  • The country formed a convenient stopping place for merchants who went by sea between the Mediterranean and the Baltic, while important land routes led thither from all parts of western Europe. Cited from Early European History, By Hutton Webster
  • Nedumpoil is a convenient stopping point for vehicles traveling to Mananthavady and Sultan Bathery, because after that point the road is more difficult.
  • While the Willdens occupied the fort, they received a continuous stream of visitors, because Willden Fort was located along a major travel corridor and was at a convenient stopping place.
  • The abbey's location near Southampton and Portsmouth made it a convenient stopping place for journeys from England to continental Europe and it hence received many important visitors.
  • Bolsherechye is located about half-way between Omsk and Tara and is a convenient stopping point for many automobile and river travelers, including those on package tours of the region.
  • In the evening a plan was made of this very convenient stopping place for ships, and all the angles taken to the North-West extremity of the group, place them a mile and a half to the eastward of their position in the chart. Cited from Discoveries in Australia, Volume 1., by J Lort Stokes
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