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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.
Dans ce cadre, sept bureaux de vote itinerants ont ete reserves dans la wilaya d'Adrar pour aller a la rencontre des 5.009 inscrits sur les listes, a travers le territoire de la daira frontaliere de Bordj Badji Mokhtar.
SPARKS of rage are flying from my keyboard as I write this letter about the latest outrage by a gang of itinerants who have just taken over the park around Yardley Old Church.
"This is compounded by the fact that the perpetrators are highly mobile itinerants who are difficult to trace due to such things as false number plates and incorrect mobile phone numbers."
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".
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.
Prior to Fox's visit, nearly thirty itinerants had travelled to Barbados, most of whom stayed several weeks.
The thieves, thought to be itinerants, cut the wire of a run and took two of the litter of nine.