01. The [passage] from elementary school to high school is an important time in a child's life.
02. The King escaped from the castle through a secret [passage] leading to the river, where a boat was waiting.
03. Rohinton Mistry will be reading a [passage] from his novel "A Fine Balance" at Munro's bookstore Monday night at 7.
04. The priest read a [passage] from the Bible during the funeral service.
05. There was a secret [passage] behind the bookcase, which lead to other rooms in the castle.
06. They booked [passage] on the ship to London.
07. She was devastated by the death of her husband, but with the [passage] of time was able to find happiness in life once more.
08. There is a Bulgarian proverb which holds that God promises a safe landing, but not a calm [passage].
09. Jean de La Fontaine once wrote that patience, and [passage] of time do more than strength and fury.
10. Nietzsche once stated that the thought of suicide is a great source of comfort; with it a calm [passage] is to be made across many a bad night.
11. An evaluation of the importance of a work of art often requires the [passage] of time.
12. The 75 self-portraits painted by Rembrandt reveal his [passage] from youth to old age.
13. Studies of the Dead Sea Scrolls indicate that the [passage] in the Bible known as the Sermon on the Mount is actually an ancient Essene prayer dating to hundreds of years before the birth of Christ.
14. France's early interest in the country of Laos centered on finding a river [passage] to southern China.
15. G. K. Chesterton once suggested that you could compile the worst book in the world entirely out of selected [passages] from the best writers in the world.
16. According to a popular tourist guide, very few travelers manage to negotiate sea [passage] out of Djibouti, as there is no passenger service.
17. On August 15, 1914, a ship made the first complete [passage] through the Panama Canal.
18. Forgetting material which is stored in long-term memory cannot be sufficiently explained by the simple [passage] of time.
19. The [passage] of water from our oceans up into the atmosphere is expressed in the flow pattern of the clouds.

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