16 The ploy of finding a scapegoat is as old as mankind itself - when things become too difficult at home, divert attention to adventure abroad.
17 The element of risk added zest to the adventure of this summer.
18 I can't even decide which step of this adventure is the most aggravating.
19 Then it occurred to him that the great adventure itself must be a dream! There was one very strong argument in favor of this idea -- namely, that the quantity of coin he had seen was too vast to be real.
20 The film is thus structured as a race against time adventure in which odd couple protagonists Joy and Sadness must traverse disparate locales in order to return home.
21 The picture he threw on the screen of himself must have been something else again - seasoned sailor, hardy adventurer, and who knows what else?
22 He was great romantic hero of his century, an adventurer, and after his death in 1967, he became a symbol of revolution on t-shirts and walls of student homes.
23 When we think of adventurers, many of us conjure up images of larger-than-life characters trekking to the North Pole.
24 'No, no! The adventures first,' said the Gryphon in an impatient tone: 'explanations take such a dreadful time.'
25 However, her main forte is the young readers 'novels, where children ride out their own adventures with minimal adult help.
26 To impress his friends, Tom invented apocryphal tales of his adventures in the big city.
27 John wanted to regale us with tales of his adventures in Africa.
28 All the children listened to his adventures with eager attention.
29 She had some exciting adventures in Egypt.
30 Tom's younger brother Sid was already through with his part of the work, for he was a quiet boy, and had no adventurous, troublesome ways.