Todd Palin chatted with reporters at a coffee shop in Pennsylvania after touring the Gettysburg battlefields.
While touring Europe for the first time, Joplin decided to test out its success on the international scene.
While touring the country, she encountered a talented singer from Macon who flirted with her.
“I've been touring the U.S. since 2006, and I can see the attitudes towards us have changed,” notes Gvaryahu.
Charles and Camilla were touring London radio stations today as part of a day to celebrate British radio.
No sooner had he attained a position of trust as manager of a touring company than he tampered with moneys intrusted to his care.
Penelope, consumed with curiosity, joined the touring party one day.
He comes from the East where he has been touring with his wife.
Switzerland is either all touring, or not at all; it is difficult to decide which.
At the Vanity there was none of the destructive intimacy of touring life.
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.