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perambulate

verb amble, circle, circumambulate, course, cover, cross, go around, go for a walk, go on an outtng, go on foot, hike, jaunt, journey, make rounds, march, meander, pace, pass, pass through, patrol, pedestrianize, peregrinate, perlustrare, pervagari, promenade, prowl, ramble, range, reconnoiter, roam, rove, saunter, scour, stalk, step, stride, stroll, strut, sweep through, take a constitutional, take a walk, take an airing, tour, tramp, travel, traverse, tread, trek, trudge, walk, walk through, wander
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In a pioneering series, the Workers' Education Association charity is recreating 12 of his perambulations across Yorkshire - from Saltaire to Bridlington, Sheffield to Scarborough and.
And it's been welcome to see such a joyous spread of random tidings, from the Blunt-Bryant spat, to the demise of Page 3, to the benefits of daily perambulation.
This prescribed, almost ritualistic perambulation that, whether intentionally or not, formed part of the whole performance, led to a place that for the majority of the audience, until then, had remained out of sight and concealed.
In his fascinating 2013 book, On the Map: A Mind-Expanding Exploration of the Way the World Looks, British author Simon Garfield offers 22 chapters of delightful perambulation around the world history of maps and mapping.
Camosse reported that "the once-in-five-years perambulation of the town bounds was carried out with representatives of adjoining communities: Millbury, Leicester, Oxford and Worcester.
My own thesis for this article is largely derived from Wright's overarching perspective but emphasizes the urban ecology and micronizes some of the spatial relationships: through the tactic of perambulation and the careful reading of the urban ecology, (1) street kids' adaptive utilization of space creates, over time, patterns of use which constitute a shared geography of homelessness within, and through which, larger socio-cultural practices and identity formation are embedded; thus, creating a "dynamic simultaneity" between social processes and spatial form (Massey 1994: 3).
He spent 21 days in custody as a result of that early-morning naked perambulation in Saltburn to the distress of those who observed him.
Gateshead's first recorded perambulation was in 1651 to stop neighbouring parishes from encroaching on Gateshead land.
Tragedy struck one evening as he returned home from his routine perambulation.
Obviously, different rules apply in the Guinness Village, where you may feel out of place without your ludicrous headgear, just as you may feel out of place if you are capable of coherent speech and perambulation, but as a general rule, if you want to get ahead, don't get a silly hat .
It is a poetic perambulation through all things green and a virtuostic display of intellectual acumen, scholarly breadth, and interdisciplinary adventurousness.
For although vitally stimulating almost all the senses, after a comprehensive perambulation the only body parts possibly heading towards tumescence are your feet.