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Colporteurs may not have been able to determine, with absolute certainty, whether "any cases of conversion" could "be traced to some of the vol[ume]s.
Dans l'usage de ces categorisations (categories d'autrui, categories spatiales) se dessinent en creux une hierarchie interne de prestige, qui signale les difficultes de chacun a se positionner et a se reconnaitre dans les categories identitaires fixes de l'immigre travailleur africain et du colporteur senegalais.
These agents and contraptions of circulation were endlessly featured in mission publicity material and functioned as prosthetic extensions of missionaries: as James Rennie, a Scottish colporteur commented, "I am the legs of John Bunyan .
They were colporteurs, interrupting the facade of the everyday with the sensibility of the different.
En l'occurrence, dans le cas des franco-protestants, ce type de sources est relativement abondant pour le XIXe siecle, puisque les pasteurs, instituteurs et colporteurs de bibles tenaient une correspondance nourrie avec leurs coreligionnaires d'Europe et des Etats-Unis.
FANCY FRENCH FLYERS LINCOLN CENTER FESTIVAL LES COLPORTEURS DAMROSCH PARK TENT NEW YORK, NEW YORK JULY 11-22, 2000
NEW YORK A Lincoln Center Festival presentation of a performance in one act by Les Colporteurs.
There were practically no Protestants in Albania prior to 1991, except for occasional Bible colporteurs or evangelists who drifted from Macedonia to Albania, but in numbers insufficient to start a church.
Whole industries were dedicated to explaining, understanding and trying to communicate with this new phenomenon, but, curiously, the only people who could reach this strange anthropological type were the advertising men, the merchandisers, the salesmen and colporteurs, the brokers and commodity-mongers whose creation it was.
Ethnic pride being what it is, one can hardly expect gitanos to attribute what they regard as their private family heritage to moriscos, peasants, peddlers, professional female mourners, or the blind beggars and colporteurs who played a central role in the diffusion of popular culture in Spain for hundreds of years.
Des chiens grincheux, sales, colporteurs de rage errent les rues de la capitale economique.
Mission history is no longer just the history of the Western missionary movement but includes the appropriation of the gospel by local Christians, through catechists, Bible women, lay evangelists, translators and interpreters, colporteurs, and so on.