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Example Sentences for "via"

I always ride my bicycle home via the cycling trail because it has such beautiful sceneryThey flew to Japan via Hawaii.

I always ride my bicycle home via the cycling trail because it has such beautiful scenery.

Our flight to San Antonio went via Seattle and Salt Lake City.

You can send mail to me via my uncle because I'll be in regular contact with him while I'm travelling.

People throughout the world were able to see the concert via satellite transmission.

Computers have allowed many people to work out of their home, communicating with their colleagues via e-mail and the Internet.

They entered the U.S. by boat via the Great Lakes.

Evidence suggests that the earliest peoples came to the two American continents at least 12,000 years ago, probably via the Bering Strait.

Apricot trees were first cultivated in China; then they made their way to India, Armenia, and Persia, and before the thirteenth century, they arrived in England via Italy.

We heard the news that my aunt had died via my grandparents.

Our flight to Japan went via Seattle, Los Angeles, and Honolulu before finally reaching Tokyo.

In Sweden, one third of the population has access to the Internet, via their telephones and computers.

Ireland's first human inhabitants arrived from Scandinavia via Scotland around 6000 B.C.

Blood is delivered to the brain via the arteries.

Computer viruses are often passed via floppy disks.

E-mail has become a very popular way of exchanging messages via the Internet.

The Korean martial art of taekwondo cultivates character via physical and mental training.


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