PEREGRINI, civil law. Under the denomination of peregrini were comprehended all who did not enjoy any capacity of the law, namely, slaves, alien enemies, and such foreigners as belonged to nations with which the Romans bad not established relations. Sav. Dr. Rom. Sec. 66.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The digs on Holy Island, part of the Peregrini Lindisfarne Community Archaeology project, concentrated on a ridge called The Heugh and uncovered the layout of what could be an early Anglo-Saxon church on the high ground.
Libri un di Matteo Peregrini, Niccolo Tebaldini, Bologna, 1624, pp.
The Latin root of the word pilgrim is peregrini, which means "stranger." We go on pilgrimage to become strangers to all that is familiar, to break out of our routine vision of the world and discover something new.
The Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership has been working with Lowick and Holy Island Church of England First Schools, as well as local artist Anna Turnbull on the project.
Regni cives excubant ad salutem eius tuendam, tyranno peregrini ad cives opprimendos.
Ouy reports that Charles visited frequently there with Thomas Wynchelsey, a resident brother and founder of the monastery's library, who reportedly dedicated a copy of his Instructorium providi peregrini to Charles in thanks for having lent him works by Paris theologian Jean Gerson.
A recent venture was a commission from the Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership to run a series of landscape photography workshops.