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itinerant

adjective ambulant, ambulatory, passing, peripatetic, journeying, moving, traveling, wandering, wayfaring
Associated concepts: itinerant dealer, itinerant merchant, itinerant trader, itinerant vendor

itinerant

noun drifter, peripatetic, traveler, rambler, roamer, rover, runabout, voyager, wanderer
See also: moving

ITINERANT. Travelling or taking a journey. In England there were formerly judges called Justices itinerant, who were sent with commissions into certain counties to try causes.

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Dans ce cadre, sept bureaux de vote itinerants ont ete reserves dans la wilaya d'Adrar pour aller a la rencontre des 5.
So, the council tax-paying families who objected to building on supposedly protected land are effectively abandoned by the council pen-pushers they pay to stop such itinerant and illegal development while travellers do exactly as they want with no regard for law or legitimacy.
Word would soon circulate that Birmingham is a no-go area for itinerants and our parks would be safe.
It is not unknown for itinerant gangs to drive the householder to their bank to get the cash they claim they are owed.
Harry Spencer, who owns the neighbouring industrial site at Buckley, said the last time itinerants set up camp in the area it was a "disaster".
Instead of functioning as classroom-based teachers, itinerants visit the children on their caseloads on a regular basis and have a responsibility to implement the goals and objectives found on the child's IEP.
Thus, whenever these itinerants happened to be living in well-established Jewish communities, say in Bayonne, La Rochelle, or Amsterdam, they gravitated towards the "Law of Moses" and all it entailed.
The overview and scrutiny committee chairman said that the city already does enough to provide for itinerants who, he said, create a fear of crime in local communities where they set up sites.
The history of African-American evangelical religion is rich in pathos and heroism, and the lives of the two itinerants in this edited account, John Jea (b.
A few may balk at the retro-look ungainliness, but many business itinerants will still appreciate the level of convenience.
Indeed, Fox arrived on Barbados with twelve itinerants, leaving little doubt that he was in the company of his `apostles'.
Many suggestions for itinerants have been incorporated into each section and are marked accordingly.