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1. We stayed there en route for London.
2. I stopped en route and got some wine.
3. We stopped at Paris en route from Rome to London.
4. They passed through Paris en route for Rome.
5. Why don't we stop for lunch en route?
6. We'll stop for lunch en route.
7. We stopped for a picnic en route.
8. One of the bags was lost en route.
9. They have arrived in London en route to the United States.
10. The bus broke down en route from Boston to New York.
11. The bomb exploded while the plane was en route from Paris to Tokyo.
12. She stoops to gather stones en route.
13. En route, the bloodshed in Bihar stopped him.
14. Much wackiness ensues en route to the red planet.
15. The coding process begins while en route between the retina and our conscious mind.
16. He died en route to Los Angeles, locked in a steamer trunk.
17. En route, Shaker instructed two ships to join him on the return flight.
18. Washington State scored on its first six possessions en route to a 42-6 halftime lead.
19. In the limousine en route to the airport, Carter tried in a most unusual way to reach out to Park.
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20. They were lost at sea when their ship sank en route for Madeira.
21. The German set three tournament records and equalled two others en route to grabbing golf'srichest prize.
22. We carried the picture carefully through to the main exhibition, circumnavigating several obstacles en route.
23. Wenceslaus' brother, Boleslaus, was so envious of the prince that he murdered him while en route to church.
24. The refugees drove north toward the border, bribing the guards en route.
25. They sometimes went two or three days without food; many succumbed to malaria, cholera and other diseases en route.
26. Many already have lived in several countries and are en route to several more.
27. Frank Black joked as he passed me in the crowd en route to the stage.
28. However, Dole refused to confirm the choice during a lunch stop en route to Russell.
29. Names scrawled inside the boat matched those of migrants en route to join family members in Britain who had never arrived.
30. A guest lecturer describes the history, culture and art of the various cities and villages en route.