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1. In July wanderlust takes over the whole nation.
2. This phenomenon, sometimes called wanderlust, may explain why people spend so much time and money on trips to interesting places.
3. His wanderlust would not allow him to stay long in one spot.
4. They've never succeeded: sickness, hunger, wanderlust, something drives them on.
5. It was not wanderlust alone that make him keen to visit Brazil. He thought he might hear news of his natural mother there.
6. Daughter June had inherited some of her father's wanderlust and had a yearning for show business.
7. Adventure: The bariaur's wanderlust makes them an ideal adventurer.
8. This wanderlust is growing among students, too.
9. Editor's note: Wanderlust is a regular GlobalPost series on global sex and relationship issues written by Iva Skoch, who is now traveling the world writing a book on the subject.
10. This phenomenon, sometimes called wanderlust, may explain why people spend so much time and money on trips to interesting ...
11. Others come for a week or two; then, fired by wanderlust, they take off again.
12. But what I like about him most is his wanderlust.
13. The day became sunny yet stayed cool, and l got the wanderlust to walk in the woods.
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14. When I became a freelance writer in 1989, I finally found a career which could accommodate wanderlust.
15. Today, the route is greatly feted — a poll in Wanderlust Magazine, based in Britain, calls it the most scenic railway journey in the world.
16. If your birthday falls on April 25, you will be positively overcome with wanderlust - let it happen!
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