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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
journey
I.noun
COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
a bus ride/journey/trip
▪ It's a 20-minute bus ride into town.
a nightmare journey/trip (=an extremely unpleasant journey)
▪ Commuters are facing a nightmare journey to work due to the tube drivers strike.
a train journeyBritish English, a train trip American English
▪ They were not looking forward to the long train journey.
arduous journey/voyage
▪ an arduous journey through the mountains
journey/travel time (=the time it takes to travel somewhere)
▪ By train, the journey time to London is about two hours.
last lap...journey
▪ The last lap of their journey was by ship.
long journey/walk/flight/drive etc (=a journey etc over a large distance that takes a lot of time)
▪ It’s a long walk to the shops from here.
long-distance travel/journey/flight/commuting etc
safe journeyBritish English (= said to someone when they start a long journey)
▪ Dad rang to wish me a safe journey.
sentimental journey
▪ a sentimental journey to the place of his birth
undertake a journey/voyage
▪ You should not undertake a long journey if you are unwell.
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ ADJECTIVE
arduous
▪ The long, arduous journey to Bethlehem could have resulted in a miscarriage or stillbirth.
▪ He had traveled with them during their arduous political journeys through the presidential primaries the previous wInter.
▪ Vikings contemplated arduous upstream journeys, but quick getaways.
▪ She was now faced with an arduous journey into a remote country where there might well be anarchy when Menelik died.
long
▪ He had made a long journey, borrowing fuel for his plane.
▪ Many people in corporate life adopt a defensive style-and simply see themselves as passive passengers on a long, corporate journey.
▪ The boat was too small for a long journey, and I did not want to die at sea.
▪ Even on long journeys early trains had no corridors, lavatories, dining cars or heating.
▪ It may not be much but long journeys begin with single steps.
▪ It's a long journey, however you take it.
▪ They have had a long hard journey so far, and a long hard one to come.
▪ I didn't want the long journey in to work each day so I let it to Professor Wendell.
outward
▪ According to Ziad, Jamal had no problem at Netzarim junction on his outward journey.
▪ That moon flight as an outward journey was outward into ourselves.
▪ She took no pleasure from the countryside as on the outward journey.
▪ The outward journey was quite uneventful as far as the Wadi Tamit, a steep defile leading down the escarpment on to the coastal plain.
▪ It does not retrace the zig-zags of its outward journey.
▪ Somehow it has measured and remembered the distance it ran on each stage of its outward journey.
▪ Their outward journey was comparatively easy.
▪ Alternatively, for the outward journey only, cancellation coverage up to the holiday invoice cost. 8.
return
▪ The return journey would take another three days.
▪ But: all journeys were return journeys.
▪ We were silent then, as people often are on return journeys.
▪ When spirit has reached its lowest point, it begins the return journey upwards, which is termed Evolution.
▪ The place of its emergence into daylight will be seen on the return journey.
▪ It will wrap around this needle on the return journey.
▪ Florence is included in his return journey from Rome to Genoa.
▪ The morning of my return journey, each bag was sealed, wrapped in newspaper and sealed again in another bag.
safe
▪ Travellers would offer them bread and milk to be sure of a safe journey.
▪ He wishes you to have not merely a safe journey, but an aesthetically pleasing one.
▪ No mention of seeing me again, not even the polite formula for a safe journey home.
sentimental
▪ Yet the memoirs of these survivors, their dirge, is rarely inscribed in the chroniclers' sentimental journeys.
▪ They would return home from these sentimental journeys reconfirmed in their Americanism.
▪ The sentimental journey began at Euston.
short
▪ Still incensed by what she had heard earlier, she began mentally planning a short journey for the morrow.
▪ A new bus service means people are just a short journey from Beresford Buildings, which have undergone a £1.1m refurbishment plan.
▪ Despite the siege, Nicholas had made the short journey many times to sleep at his villa.
▪ After a few minutes with Mr Malik, Robert himself quite often felt like making the frighteningly short journey from doubt to belief.
▪ All through the short plane journey she'd been imagining what it would be like to meet Rune again socially.
▪ Indeed, it had expired almost on the short journey home.
▪ For the rest of the short journey she sat beside him uneasily, no longer so taken with her surroundings.
■ NOUN
bus
▪ The bus journey alone is eloquent of class inequality.
▪ Sixteen of us flew into Delhi - and a fifteen hour bus journey took us up into the mountains.
▪ One of my own compensations is the bus journey into town.
▪ Iron rations were issued for the train or bus journey.
▪ The evidence of the bus journey, however, painted a totally different picture.
▪ Another, on his first bus journey, noted down the name of a shop as a landmark for the return trip.
▪ Unfortunately, the 12.35 a.m. tram journey on route 16/18 was not replaced by a corresponding bus journey from Westminster to Purley.
▪ To pay for their four-day bus journey to the south, her parents had to sell everything they owned.
car
▪ Only a fool would re-enact the drink-fuelled high speed car journey that killed Princess Diana.
▪ But first that special treat - a car journey.
▪ But car journeys are a natural state of affairs: the country is huge; it demands motion from its restless citizens.
▪ Travel back to West Yorkshire entailed a five hour car journey.
▪ The cable car journey to the top is the longest in the Alps and the whole journey is filled with breathtaking scenery.
▪ During the car journey to the police station he continued to admit being concerned in the one robbery.
▪ Imagine a car journey from Edinburgh to London.
▪ Yet three quarters of all personal car journeys are over a distance of five miles or less.
time
▪ This is the same journey time as Liverpool to London journeys of some three quarters the distance.
▪ After their introduction on the Fleetwood service, journey time was reduced to 32 minutes on a five-minute headway.
▪ The first component of tE is the journey time in flat space-time; hence the excess time taken is.
▪ Total journey time to a Rockies resort can exceed 24 hours if your itinerary involves connecting flights.
▪ Put two minutes on my journey time, it did.
▪ But no journey restrictions will be lifted completely, and all journey times will take longer than normal.
▪ The airports they fly from are often less congested and closer to city centres, cutting journey times.
▪ It was found that one additional car was required on route 42, to cover the slightly extended journey time.
times
▪ But no journey restrictions will be lifted completely, and all journey times will take longer than normal.
▪ The airports they fly from are often less congested and closer to city centres, cutting journey times.
▪ They say it would make journeys too uncomfortable for passengers and slow their journey times, making services uneconomical.
▪ It says the changes will result in better connections on both the local and national networks and shorter journey times.
▪ The number of calls at South Bank will be reduced to cut journey times.
▪ They will also cut journey times to Gatwick and to the south coast.
▪ Approximate journey times are: London 4 hours, Manchester 1 hour, Leeds 20 minutes.
▪ With the advent of electrics, journey times were to be halves, as well as making life easier for locomotive crews.
train
▪ We never missed them when I was young and we all loved our train journeys.
▪ The cigarette ban will be most troublesome for smokers on long train journeys.
▪ At first, I wanted to take train journeys across the continents.
▪ Only an overnight train journey, however, divides it from tropical areas and their exotic products.
▪ And, of course, there's always the train journey home to look forward to.
▪ Smoking on a train journey, looking out at the countryside whizzing by.
▪ The train journey between Leeds and Sheffield shows one this nineteenth-century landscape to perfection.
▪ Arriving, and the train journey, and the march ... what if I dream every day of it?
■ VERB
begin
▪ Once we really grasp its idea, then we are ready to begin our journey.
▪ I then followed him as he began his journey home.
▪ Slowly he began his journey upward, helplessly I waited to lend him my assistance.
▪ Transportation Problems begin to occur in journeys of over one hour.
▪ There, the oil enters the shared pipeline and begins its journey hundreds of miles through the Andes.
▪ The next morning they began their gruelling journey up the ancient Roman road which ran from London's city wall into Oxfordshire.
▪ So, with a book on sailing in one hand and the tiller in the other, we began our journey.
break
▪ But the other reason to break the journey is to see some of the outback.
▪ The message is that drivers who don't break their journey, are in serious danger of not completing it at all.
▪ So I walked away, breaking my journey home to leave the key with the solicitors.
▪ I had needed to break our journey north int he capital to see some one in the tourist board's head office.
▪ An option is to break the return journey at Llandrindod.
▪ But I must pack it up again, and hurry on towards no destination, content to break the journey briefly.
▪ Theo did break his journey and came to spend a day or so with him.
complete
▪ It could take fourteen weeks to complete the gruelling journey on foot from London to Rome in the Middle Ages.
▪ The venturer who successfully completes this abc journey will have experienced a logical but unexciting event.
▪ Can it complete the journey, as one nation, without him?
▪ Those few yards from side to centre stage are strewn with obstacles and few are able to complete the journey unscathed.
▪ Will they have to wait until the starship completes its ten-year journey?
▪ Middlesbrough will fly to London this afternoon and complete their journey to the South coast by coach.
continue
▪ It was after midnight by the time he was able to continue his journey.
▪ Their wild, excited calling sent shivers down my spine as they continued on their journey south.
▪ He decides to join them as he springs them from jail and they continue their journey.
▪ The impulse to live again surges up inside of her as does her determination to continue her lonely journey in life.
▪ Leaving his personal belongings in the room he walks down to enjoy a good breakfast before continuing his journey.
▪ So the four animals continued on their journey.
▪ However, he reluctantly agreed to continue his journey to Paris.
▪ He was trying to locate a railroad station where he could leave us to continue on our journey.
embark
▪ West studied and read for a long time before she embarked on her journey.
▪ With his keyboard, his keypad, and his mouse, Engelbart embarked on a journey through information itself.
▪ As the two men embark on a journey of self-discovery, the haunting music of Gigli punctuates their revelations.
▪ By 1742 even Yale students embarked on revivalist journeys.
▪ Fascinated by photography, he embarked on the three journeys to the Middle East that were to make his reputation.
▪ So she embarked on a journey to warn the king.
▪ Each student should be embarked on a journey involving succeeding stages of intellectual maturity and independence.
▪ Finally as a Church Fellowship we have just embarked on an exciting journey which I believe the Lord is going to honour.
make
▪ Within each quarter there are selected road closures and some one-way streets, making journeys even more circuitous for non-residents.
▪ Is there another road that you now need to walk in order to make your life journey more complete? 28.
▪ Despite the siege, Nicholas had made the short journey many times to sleep at his villa.
▪ Nevertheless, a time came when he decided he must leave her and make a long journey across the sea.
▪ All I would want is for you to make the journey into the burning, and then come back and report.
▪ Now that he's got a license, Markazi makes the journey alone.
▪ In early 1978 the Firefly was prepared to make the long road journey to its new home in Cambridgeshire.
▪ He walked slowly, however, to make the journey as long as possible, and put her down on dry land.
set
▪ If they did set out on a journey, it was usually on business or a pilgrimage or to go to war.
▪ Immediately afterwards, he set off on a journey into Dorset, determined to repay Wordsworth's visit of two months earlier.
▪ Still no acknowledgement was made and it grew near the time when Gigia would be setting out on her journey.
▪ He always set off on his journey early on Monday morning, and returned on Wednesday.
start
▪ He then turned the key in the lock before starting his journey home.
▪ So they started upon their journey once more.
▪ It was pointless even to start the journey.
▪ Luckily, they happen upon a blind poet who foretells their future and helps them start their journey.
▪ Our mission complete, we started the long journey home.
▪ Then, together, prophetess and hero started on their journey.
▪ I hadn't been in a very good mood when I started out on this journey.
▪ And so, with Toto trotting along soberly behind her, she started on her journey.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
break a journey
journey time
outward journey/voyage etc
▪ According to Ziad, Jamal had no problem at Netzarim junction on his outward journey.
▪ Alternatively, for the outward journey only, cancellation coverage up to the holiday invoice cost. 8.
▪ It does not retrace the zig-zags of its outward journey.
▪ She took no pleasure from the countryside as on the outward journey.
▪ Somehow it has measured and remembered the distance it ran on each stage of its outward journey.
▪ That moon flight as an outward journey was outward into ourselves.
▪ The outward journey was quite uneventful as far as the Wadi Tamit, a steep defile leading down the escarpment on to the coastal plain.
▪ Their outward journey was comparatively easy.
safe journey/arrival/return etc
▪ And he adds his personal guarantee of company and protection, with the assurance of eventual safe return.
▪ Birdland is now offering a reward for the safe return of the birds and the conviction of the thieves.
▪ He wishes you to have not merely a safe journey, but an aesthetically pleasing one.
▪ Meanwhile, the Spartan observers were politely detained, pending the ambassadors' safe return.
▪ The Everqueen herself gifted him with a heart-shaped broach which she had woven with enchantments for his safe return.
▪ Travellers would offer them bread and milk to be sure of a safe journey.
▪ Worse, really, because with ageing there's not the least possibility of a safe return.
wasted journey/trip/effort etc
▪ As processes improve, it cuts out much of the wasted effort and rework, thus enhancing productivity.
▪ By providing clear goals and objectives, it minimises frustration and wasted effort. 4.
▪ If no-one answered soon he would have to chalk it up as a wasted trip, and Montgomery would not be amused.
▪ It could save you a lot of wasted effort and money.
▪ Not a wasted journey, after all, but she was anxious to carry on.
▪ Not that it was a completely wasted trip, what with the hardware store right next door.
▪ Pembrooke had a wasted journey to Downpatrick yesterday.
▪ What a ridiculously wasted effort this was, Bill.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ an alcoholic's journey to recovery
▪ It was a long train journey to St Petersburg.
▪ The journey will take the President to Japan, China, and Australia.
▪ These birds make an incredible 10,000-kilometre journey to Africa every winter.
▪ They arrived in Nice after an eight-hour journey by car.
▪ Walking through historic New Almaden is a journey into the past.
▪ We had an awful journey - there was heavy snow and the car broke down
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Even a railway journey with a missed connection can have its moments.
▪ His hurried journey allows us to estimate a more usual journey as taking about six to eight weeks.
▪ It is a garden of flowers of his long journey.
▪ Sadie returns to Seattle from a dissolute road journey.
▪ The journey from useless geek to Michael took about six months.
▪ The journey is strange and eventful.
▪ Their journey to the tourney, as Cameron Dollar calls it, is finally over.
▪ This reduces the wastage due to damage in the journey from greenhouse to supermarket shelf.
II.verb
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
journey time
outward journey/voyage etc
▪ According to Ziad, Jamal had no problem at Netzarim junction on his outward journey.
▪ Alternatively, for the outward journey only, cancellation coverage up to the holiday invoice cost. 8.
▪ It does not retrace the zig-zags of its outward journey.
▪ She took no pleasure from the countryside as on the outward journey.
▪ Somehow it has measured and remembered the distance it ran on each stage of its outward journey.
▪ That moon flight as an outward journey was outward into ourselves.
▪ The outward journey was quite uneventful as far as the Wadi Tamit, a steep defile leading down the escarpment on to the coastal plain.
▪ Their outward journey was comparatively easy.
safe journey/arrival/return etc
▪ And he adds his personal guarantee of company and protection, with the assurance of eventual safe return.
▪ Birdland is now offering a reward for the safe return of the birds and the conviction of the thieves.
▪ He wishes you to have not merely a safe journey, but an aesthetically pleasing one.
▪ Meanwhile, the Spartan observers were politely detained, pending the ambassadors' safe return.
▪ The Everqueen herself gifted him with a heart-shaped broach which she had woven with enchantments for his safe return.
▪ Travellers would offer them bread and milk to be sure of a safe journey.
▪ Worse, really, because with ageing there's not the least possibility of a safe return.
wasted journey/trip/effort etc
▪ As processes improve, it cuts out much of the wasted effort and rework, thus enhancing productivity.
▪ By providing clear goals and objectives, it minimises frustration and wasted effort. 4.
▪ If no-one answered soon he would have to chalk it up as a wasted trip, and Montgomery would not be amused.
▪ It could save you a lot of wasted effort and money.
▪ Not a wasted journey, after all, but she was anxious to carry on.
▪ Not that it was a completely wasted trip, what with the hardware store right next door.
▪ Pembrooke had a wasted journey to Downpatrick yesterday.
▪ What a ridiculously wasted effort this was, Bill.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ For the first time ever, in a giant film format, you can journey to the Earth's last great wilderness.
▪ I journey to the library; draft notes for my defense; root pointlessly in the garden.
▪ In order to journey to Mars or beyond, you needed a crew.
▪ These promise to be of such importance that I shall briefly relate them here, before journeying north.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Journey

Journey \Jour"ney\, n.; pl. Journeys. [OE. jornee, journee, prop., a day's journey, OF. jorn['e]e, jurn['e]e, a day, a day's work of journey, F. journ['e]e, fr. OF. jorn, jurn, jor a day, F. jour, fr. L. diurnus. See Journal.]

  1. The travel or work of a day. [Obs.]
    --Chaucer.

    We have yet large day, for scarce the sun Hath finished half his journey.
    --Milton.

  2. Travel or passage from one place to another, especially one covering a large distance or taking a long time.

    The good man . . . is gone a long journey.
    --Prov. vii. 19.

  3. Hence: [figurative], A passage through life, or a passage through any significant experience, or from one state to another.

    We must all have the same journey's end.
    --Bp. Stillingfleet.

  4. The distance that is traveled in a journey[2], or the time taken to complete a journey[2]; as, it's a two-day journey from the oasis into Cairo by camel; from Mecca to Samarkand is quite a journey.

    Syn: Tour; excursion; trip; expedition; pilgrimage; jaunt.

    Usage: Journey, Tour, Excursion, Pilgrimage. The word journey suggests the idea of a somewhat prolonged traveling for a specific object, leading a person to pass directly from one point to another. In a tour, we take a roundabout course from place to place, more commonly for pleasure, though sometimes on business. An excursion is usually a brief tour or trip for pleasure, health, etc. In a pilgrimage we travel to a place hallowed by our religions affections, or by some train of sacred or tender associations. A journey on important business; the tour of Europe; an excursion to the lakes; a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.

Journey

Journey \Jour"ney\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Journeyed; p. pr. & vb. n. Journeying.] To travel from place to place; to go from home to a distance.

Abram journeyed, going on still toward the south.
--Gen. xii. 9.

Journey

Journey \Jour"ney\, v. t. To traverse; to travel over or through. [R.] ``I journeyed many a land.''
--Sir W. Scott.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
journey

c.1200, "a defined course of traveling; one's path in life," from Old French journee "day's work or travel" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin diurnum "day," noun use of neuter of Latin diurnus "of one day" (see diurnal). Meaning "act of traveling by land or sea" is c.1300. In Middle English it also meant "a day" (c.1400); a day's work (mid-14c.); "distance traveled in one day" (mid-13c.), and as recently as Johnson (1755) the primary sense was still "the travel of a day."

journey

mid-14c., "travel from one place to another," from Anglo-French journeyer, Old French journoier, from journee (see journey (n.)). Related: Journeyed; journeying.

Wiktionary
journey

n. A set amount of travelling, seen as a single unit; a discrete trip, a voyage. vb. To travel, to make a trip or voyage.

WordNet
journey
  1. n. the act of traveling from one place to another [syn: journeying]

  2. v. undertake a journey or trip [syn: travel]

  3. travel upon or across; "travel the oceans" [syn: travel]

Wikipedia
Journey (Journey album)

Journey is the self-titled debut album by the band of the same name. It was released in 1975 on Columbia Records. Unlike their later recordings, this is a jazzy progressive rock album which focuses mainly on the band's instrumental talents. It is the only album to include rhythm guitarist George Tickner among their personnel.

Journey recorded a demo album prior to the release of Journey, with the same songs in different order and with Prairie Prince as the drummer. There were additional tracks, including instrumental pieces, that did not make it to the final product, including the original title track of the demo album, "Charge of the Light Brigade."

Journey (band)

Journey is an American rock band that formed in San Francisco in 1973, composed of former members of Santana and Frumious Bandersnatch. The band has gone through several phases; its strongest commercial success occurred between 1978 and 1987. During that period, the band released a series of hit songs, including " Don't Stop Believin'" (1981), which in 2009 became the top-selling track in iTunes history among songs not released in the 21st century. Its parent studio album, Escape, the band's eighth and most successful, reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and yielded another of their most popular singles, " Open Arms". Its 1983 follow-up album, Frontiers, was almost as successful in the United States, reaching No. 2 and spawning several successful singles; it broadened the band's appeal in the United Kingdom, where it reached No. 6 on the UK Albums Chart. Journey enjoyed a successful reunion in the mid-1990s and later regrouped with a series of lead singers.

Sales have resulted in two gold albums, eight multi-platinum albums, and one diamond album (including seven consecutive multi-platinum albums between 1978 and 1987). They have had eighteen Top 40 singles in the U.S. (the second most without a Billboard Hot 100 number one single behind Electric Light Orchestra with 20), six of which reached the Top 10 of the US chart and two of which reached No. 1 on other Billboard charts, and a No. 6 hit on the UK Singles Chart in "Don't Stop Believin. In 2005, "Don't Stop Believin reached No. 3 on iTunes downloads. Originally a progressive rock band, Journey was described by AllMusic as having cemented a reputation as "one of America's most beloved (and sometimes hated) commercial rock/pop bands" by 1978, when they redefined their sound by embracing pop arrangements on their fourth album, Infinity.

According to the Recording Industry Association of America, Journey has sold 48 million albums in the U.S., making them the 25th best-selling band. Their worldwide sales have reached close to 90 million records, making them one of the world's best-selling bands of all time. A 2005 USA Today opinion poll named Journey the fifth-best American rock band in history. Their songs have become arena rock staples and are still played on rock radio stations across the world. Journey ranks No. 96 on VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

Journey

Journey may refer to:

  • Road trip
  • Travel
  • Day's journey

Journey may also refer to:

Journey (1989 video game)

Journey: The Quest Begins is an interactive fiction computer game designed by Marc Blank, with illustrations by Donald Langosy, and released by Infocom in 1989. Like the majority of Infocom's works, it was released simultaneously for several popular computer platforms of the time, such as the Commodore 64, Apple II, and PC. Journey is unusual among Infocom games in that it could be played entirely via mouse or joystick with no typing required. It was also the thirty-fifth and last game released by Infocom before parent company Activision closed the Cambridge office, effectively reducing Infocom to a "label" to be applied to later games.

Journey (1983 video game)

Journey is an arcade game released by Bally Midway in 1983. Rock band Journey had enjoyed major success in the early 1980s, and Bally/Midway decided to ride this wave of popularity by creating an arcade game based on the group. Its release was intended to coincide with a US tour by the band.

This game features digitized photographs of the members of the band at the time of release: Steve Perry, Neal Schon, Steve Smith, Jonathan Cain and Ross Valory.

Journey (novel)

Journey, a novel by James Michener published in 1989, was expanded from a section originally cut from his large novel Alaska (1988). The book depicts five men, one of whom was an English Lord, journeying in 1897-99 from Great Britain through Canada to Dawson, Yukon, to participate in the Klondike gold rush. According to the novel's afterword, the section was cut from the original book because Alaska already contained a chapter on the Alaskan side of the gold rush. It was decided that chapter (which eventually became Journey) could stand on its own as a short novel.

Journey (W-inds. album)

Journey is the seventh studio album of J-Pop band w-inds..

Journey (Yeng Constantino album)

Journey is the second album by a Filipina singer - songwriter Yeng Constantino, released on February 29, 2008 via Star Records. The album contains twelve tracks: six were composed by Constantino, two were a collaboration of Constantino and Morning Glory. Journey sold more than 15,000 copies and is certified Gold. It was followed by her third album, Lapit.

Journey (McCoy Tyner album)

Journey is an album by McCoy Tyner's Big Band released on the Birdology label in 1993. It was recorded in May 1993 and features performances by Tyner's Big Band, which included Steve Turre, Joe Ford, Billy Harper, Avery Sharpe and Frank Lacy. The Allmusic review by Ron Wynn states that "While this isn't among Tyner's greatest recordings, it's still a rigorous, often exciting big-band date".

Journey (Verity album)

Journey is the debut album released by Verity and her band Verity and the Shades.

Journey (1972 film)

Journey is a 1972 Canadian film written, directed and produced by Paul Almond.

Journey (Colin Blunstone album)

Journey is the third album by singer Colin Blunstone, former member of the British rock band, The Zombies. It was released in 1974 (see 1974 in music).

Journey (Shota Shimizu album)

Journey is the second album by Shimizu Shota, released on March 3, 2010. It was released in two versions: a regular edition (¥3,059) and a limited edition including a DVD (¥3,500).

Journey (Fourplay album)

Journey is the eighth studio album by Fourplay, released in 2004.

Journey (Kimi to Futari de)

is Crystal Kay 26th single. It was released on November 24, 2010, as the lead single to Spin the Music.

Journey (1995 film)

Journey is a 1995 American made-for-television drama film produced by Hallmark Hall of Fame that aired on CBS on December 10, 1995. The film was directed by Tom McLoughlin and starred Jason Robards, Brenda Fricker and Meg Tilly.

Journey (NGO)

Journey is a Maldives-based non-governmental organization (NGO) that focuses on the use of drugs and HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). The organization was officially registered on November 29, 2005 with the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Republic of Maldives and functions within the premises of the Maldivian legal and regulatory system. Journey is a unique organisation to make the people aware about the fact that,in the case of drug users"Recovery is Possible"and to change the social belief or social stigma 'Once an Addict always an Addict'.

Journey (Arif Mardin album)

Journey is the second album released by record producer Arif Mardin as leader. Released on the Atlantic label in 1974, it features "a veritable who's who of funk and jazz greats", many of them regular session and studio musicians who appear on Mardin-produced albums for other artists.

Journey (Kyla album)

Journey is an album by Filipino R&B Princess Kyla scheduled for release on May 10, 2014. It is Kyla's first extended play album and is distributed by PolyEast Records as her ninth studio album.

Journey (2012 video game)

Journey is an indie video game developed by Thatgamecompany and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 3. It was released on March 13, 2012, via the PlayStation Network. In Journey, the player controls a robed figure in a vast desert, traveling towards a mountain in the distance. Other players on the same journey can be discovered, and two players can meet and assist each other, but they cannot communicate via speech or text and cannot see each other's names. The only form of communication between the two is a musical chime. This chime also transforms dull, stiff pieces of cloth found throughout the levels into vibrant red, affecting the game world and allowing the player to progress through the levels. The robed figure wears a trailing scarf, which when charged by approaching floating pieces of cloth, briefly allows the player to float through the air. The developers sought to evoke in the player a sense of smallness and wonder, and to forge an emotional connection between them and the anonymous players they meet along the way. The music, composed by Austin Wintory, dynamically responds to the player's actions, building a single theme to represent the game's emotional arc throughout the story.

Reviewers of the game praised the visual and auditory art as well as the sense of companionship created by playing with a stranger, calling it a moving and emotional experience, and have since listed it as one of the greatest games of all time. Journey won several " game of the year" awards and received several other awards and nominations, including a Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media nomination for the 2013 Grammy Awards. A retail "Collector's Edition", including Journey, Thatgamecompany's two previous titles, and additional media, was released on August 28, 2012. The game was released digitally for the PlayStation 4 on July 21, 2015 and a physical edition was released on October 2, 2015.

Journey (Trio X album)

Journey is an album performed by multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee's Trio X recorded in 2002 and first released on the CIMP label.

Journey (Kingdom Come album)

Journey is the third and final studio album by British experimental rock band Kingdom Come. After the band featured drastically different styles on their first two albums, and after several line-up changes, band leader Arthur Brown worked the band towards a new direction for Journey. The album was the first album in history to use a drum machine responsible for all the percussive sounds on the album. The drum machine in question was the Bentley Rhythm Ace, manufactured by Ace Tone. Although the band had commented the album was entirely based on the drum machine, the band attempted to, in rock and electronic terms, create an album that was the closest they could get "to a string quartet". The album features other experimental techniques, including using a triangle to guide guitar playing and excessive use of Mellotron and synthesizers from new member Victor Peranio, who replaced Michael "Goodge" Harris early on production.

The album was recorded in November 1972 in Rockfield Studios and released in 1973 by Polydor Records. The album was not a popular release, although has gone on to be regarded as a groundbreaking and innovative album that was ahead of its time. Although overlooked upon release, it has received generally positive retrospective reviews from critics. Alan Holmes of Freq said that "Journey was so far ahead of its time that you have to keep checking the sleeve to make sure that it really does say 1973 and not 1983" and that the album was "not only Arthur Brown’s masterpiece, but also one of the truly great albums of the seventies."

Journey (picture book)

Journey is a children's book written and illustrated by Aaron Becker. The book was published in 2013 by Candlewick Press. It was selected as a Caldecott Honor Book in 2014.

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Usage examples of "journey".

But if ye like not the journey, abide here in this town the onset of Walter the Black.

I will abide thee on a good horse with all that we may need for the journey: and now I ask leave.

By all accounts, the Newlands disliked Glenn Abies but had undertaken the journey north in order to visit Marjorie and the children, whom they had not seen in over four years.

And, lest the expense or trouble of a journey to court should discourage suitors, and make them acquiesce in the decision of the inferior judicatures, itinerant judges were afterwards established, who made their circuits throughout the kingdom, and tried all causes that were brought before them.

The journey took several minutes even at a sprint, through sunken tunnels and window-lined connecting bridges, up and down grilled ramps, through ponderous internal airlocks and sweltering aeroponics labs, taking this detour or that to avoid a blown bubble or failed airlock.

Most of his journeys were local or to one of the airports, but he had some customers who went further afield for various reasons, though they travelled in his Vauxhall saloon, not this utilitarian van.

I decided on the journey here that if Lady Agatine was not to be allowed what I may call Foster Mother-Right, then I would place an option before the Council that clearly favors her Blood Mother-Right.

After another few minutes of polite inquiries about Agatine, Orlin, the four boys, the charms of Roseguard and wishes for a safe return journey, Anniyas excused herself to talk with Kanen EHevit.

Twice each day, the hydrobot returned from its journey to inner space and delivered its real treasure: one-hundred-milliliter aliquots of ice containing a dizzying menagerie of microscopic life never before seen.

Muirhead on Presbytery matters which would save him a journey to Kirk Aller, when he was busy with the bog hay.

Uncle --I Part from Marcoline and Set Out for Paris--An Amorous Journey Thus freed from the cares which the dreadful slanders of Possano had caused me, I gave myself up to the enjoyment of my fair Venetian, doing all in my power to increase her happiness, as if I had had a premonition that we should soon be separated from one another.

Monsieur Mangin held on his lap his few special provisions for the journey: a hamper of sandwiches and wine, a pocket compass and a small aneroid barometer.

Harrison, who did not really meet her father until she was 20, takes the reader on a difficult journey into her loveless childhood, her bouts with anorexia and bulimia, and, eventually, the incestuous 4-year affair with her father.

He would be an aphorist of last things, giving me the barest glancecivilized, ironicas he spoke his deft and stylish line about my journey out.

The wounded were sent down in arabas and litters to the ships, a painful journey of three miles.