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through train

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrough trainthrough trainTTTTTRa train by which you can reach a place, without having to use other trains through
Examples from the Corpus
through trainThe foundry supplied some 42 spans of varying sizes which enabled the natives to travel from Benares to Calcutta by through train.To reprise Wallace Stevens, managers wear square hats and learn through training.The regulation will be through training and a points system, based on experience gained in mediation.Officials are drafting the strategy, which aims to raise teaching standards through training and staff support.We finished the trip on a through train, drinking white wine and eating crisps, looking at the Cambrian line scenery.By 1993, he hopes to have moved 250 public housing developments through training for tenant management.Employee Development Programs help employees develop their talents and capacities through training sessions, workshops, and the like.He said the new 16.52 Middlesbrough to Darlington service was in fact a through train to Bishop Auckland.
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