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a usually short journey taken for pleasure

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The former Great British Bake Off presenter will take to the rails with her guests for a three-hour jaunt on a Pullman service.
If the council can't afford to provide and maintain the basics, why on earth was a meaningless and expensive jaunt to Cannes, in France, given approval?
Yet for some reason, half the lads in our newsroom have already enjoyed a Hungarian jaunt. But I'll come back to that.
Rosemary Thomson, Wishaw, Lanarks SO greedy MPs jump aboard the gravy train for world jaunts at our expense, supposedly to benefit Britain and our troops.
It's quite incredible that he and his cohorts can have lavished nearly a quarter of a million pounds on his latest jaunt - this time to the recent Ryder Cup event in Ireland.
Many think that finding their purpose is a tiresome task of book research, jaunts overseas, and long stints of solitude.
When the author takes off on various work-related writing jaunts to places like Brazil, she gives us a tiny taste of those exotic locales, but the story is mostly, at home in her home.
Holidaymakers are being urged not to overlook Britain's beaches when choosing their summer jaunts this year.
Daniel is torn between the two as his mother becomes a sleepless, nervous shell of a woman and his father begins a surreptitious relationship with Daniel, visiting his window at night and taking him on small jaunts after school.
Speaking of travel abuses, The Wall Street Journal reports that a growing number of corporate executives are using the company jet to fly them on jaunts to their private golf clubs.
This leisurely documentary accompanies de Lavallade to the rehearsal studio, follows her Paradigm Dance Company, and tracks Holder to his birthplace in Trinidad and on his annual jaunts to Paris.
We always plan the Sin City jaunts around a concert by a favorite diva, like Kelly Clarkson, Bette Midler, or Celine at the Celine-atorium.
And we're not just talking about his foreign jaunts where he "plays" at being an ambassador for British Trade - usually on the yachts of the rich and famous while sunbathing, guzzling cocktails and slavering over bikini-clad beauties.