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'Ozymandias' by Percy Bysshe Shelley
   has the opening lines   
I Met a Traveller from an Antique Land...
Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert... English Romantic poet (1792 – 1822)
Byron K. Lichtenberg
The First Non-governmental Space Traveller
A researcher from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who flew on STS-9 in 1983
Ontological Paradox
   states that   
Can a Time Traveller Send Himself Information With No Outside Source?
Thomas Nashe
The Unfortunate Traveller
I Met a Traveller from an Antique Land
   ends with   
...The Lone and Level Sands Stretch Far Away.
Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley
A Townsman
A Commercial Traveller
   was ridden by   
General Robert E. Lee
   had the model   
1958--the wood rotted
   is the Roman God of   
Travellers and Thieves
   has the national flower   
The Traveller's Tree
'The Listeners' by Walter De La Mare
   has the opening lines   
'Is There Anybody There?' Said the Traveller...
Knocking on the moonlit door ...
Desert Travellers
   is the Greek God or Goddess of   
Travellers and Thieves
Also the messenger of the gods. He wore the winged sandals used as an emblem by Foot Locker. He also stuck his staff in between two fighting snakes and when they curled around the staff, our modern medicinal symbol was formed.
Fellow Travellers
   released the album   
Just A Visitor (1992)
'Is There Anybody There?' Said the Traveller...
   ends with   
When the Plunging Hoofs Were Gone.
The Listeners by Walter De La Mare

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