Itinerant


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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In this book, the author introduces readers to a panoply of small-time itinerants who have not gotten much attention from historians of early America.
Itinerant GA operations could be performed under IFR or VFR while local GA operations are mostly performed under VFR.
The book also covers the relationships the itinerant teacher must maintain, including working with and collaboration with educational interpreters, instructor assistants, families, and other educational specialists.
"He leads an itinerant life and tends to go around the coast during the summer months.
The Itinerant University is carried out in collaboration with a LACWHN member group from the country and hosted by a respected institution of higher education.
Although research has examined chronic and acute illnesses of children and their effects on health-related quality of life (HRQOL), no literature has examined this construct in children of itinerant families.
With regard to specifics, our considered opinion is that gastroscopy, herniorraphy and Nissen fundoplication are procedures, among others, which could be performed by an itinerant surgeon, with the following points applicable:
It is not unknown for itinerant gangs to drive the householder to their bank to get the cash they claim they are owed."
AS part of his local by-election campaign in the Llansamlet area of Swansea, South Wales, Carl Lewis started a petition to evict "itinerant travellers" from an illegal caravan park.
Trading standards officers in Wales are warning people to beware of itinerant traders selling "gold" rings which are in fact copper, zinc and iron.
Over the past eight years, hundreds of people working in areas related to women's health, in several countries, have participated in the Gender Perspectives in Health course, run by the Latin American and Caribbean Women's Health Network as part of their Itinerant University.
It is somewhat ironic to me after all these years, especially after rereading the article, that I still consider Curry and Hatlen's ideas as seminal to the formation of my teaching practices as an itinerant teacher.