peripatetic


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A peripatetic Eisteddfod re-provides such facilities each year.
The large size of this volume (12x12") affords generous display of approximately 150 photos, captured over the course of five years by peripatetic photographer David Vaala.
We had a large number of specialist peripatetic remedial teachers who visited schools to help children with language and reading difficulties.
in their own classrooms by the company's peripatetic education officers, bringing the total amount of pupils seen by Welsh Water's teachers last year to 38,933.
Russell Lock, a peripatetic teacher from Sandwell, has had to rapidly learn 18 pieces of repertoire in preparation for the gruelling tests at Trinity College London.
Now 3am is launching an urgent appeal to help find Abbey and hubby Peter Crouch's peripatetic pussy.
Chris Hopkinson, 45, who works as a peripatetic music teacher for Durham County Council, wants to finish the Race Across America (RAAM) in under 10 days.
His theoretical interests include meaning, self, ethics and aesthetics in Anthropological thought; different aspects of religion as such, Islam, including Sufism and fundamentalism, Hinduism, kinship, rituals, concepts of modernity and Western thought and peripatetic societies.
Even if you managed to stay upright, one wonders just what a red stag would think about peripatetic shrubbery.
Author DJ Connell's peripatetic lifestyle may be why it is sometimes difficult to fix a national identity to the characters and even the fictional town in which the book is set.
Columba, founder of Iona, and the peripatetic Columban who carried Irish Christianity beyond Ireland.
What about a peripatetic university offering educational cruises: aboard HMS Ark Royal?