Lawler was an elderly man, shrewd, silent, and self-contained, clad in an old black frock coat, which with his soft felt hat and ragged, grizzled beard gave him a general resemblance to an itinerant
It was not difficult to divine that they were of a class of itinerant
showmen--exhibitors of the freaks of Punch--for, perched cross-legged upon a tombstone behind them, was a figure of that hero himself, his nose and chin as hooked and his face as beaming as usual.
actor and fledgling playwright, Griffith joined Biograph in early 1908, first as a writer and then as an actor.
University is currently organized in the following courses:
In this most recent volume, Some Wild Visions: Autobiographies by Female Itinerant
Evangelists in Nineteenth-Century America, Elizabeth Elkin Grammer, an English professor, provides a careful, literary analysis of seven autobiographies by nineteenth-century itinerant
women evangelists--Jarena Lee, Zilpha Elaw, Nancy Towle, Lydia Sexton, Laura Haviland, Julia Foote, and Amanda Berry Smith.
We would advise customers to be very wary of purchasing furniture from itinerant
traders," he said.
Every year Birmingham is plagued by the problem of itinerants
illegally setting up camp, causing residents to bombard the council with complaints asking for them to be moved on.
This Gospel's announcement, brought by itinerant
apostles like Paul and Silas, provoked a moral transformation in the listeners.
Because the Poor, both male and female, became itinerant
preachers of penance in opposition to a prohibition of the archbishop of Lyon, Pope Lucius III in 1184 condemned them as schismatics.
Seemingly, by listening to an itinerant
, well-heeled failure talk about his screw-ups, people feel less devastated by their own mistakes.
Some of the writing is on predictable topics: the cultural consequences of Christopher Columbus, the itinerant
radicalism of Tom Paine, and the roots of May Day.
It seems that the earliest followers of Jesus included bands of itinerant
preachers who in imitation of Jesus traveled from town to town and lived by the kindness of Christians or sympathetic strangers and worked miracles, prophesied, and proclaimed the Good News.