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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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EF: Laure Solignac, itinerancy seems inseparable from the Franciscan experience.
His parents, he said, were 'strange'; his father something of a scoundrel, whose itinerancy Rosoman made sound more coherent than it was.
Voigts and Dutton both retain the 'colkote' reading of the line and observe that lodging in a coal shed underscores the physician's itinerancy; surely he could not intend to dwell in such a structure for long.
Along the way, Professor Horton comments on a range of theories about global modernisms, Native American sovereignty, racial difference, archival logic, artistic itinerancy, and new materialisms.
Or a rural community struggling with issues of itinerancy? Education in Rural Australia, 15(1), 3-13.
Itinerancy had the potential, at least, to facilitate diplomacy, strengthen commercial relationships, and reduce the likelihood of disagreements and wars, he says.
Futterer examines the tenth- and eleventh-century roadway infrastructure in Saxony, analysing the mechanisms of itinerancy of the Ottonian kings, and identifying a likely location for the palatinate of Dornburg, while Oertel explores travel and communication routes that connected the houses of the Teutonic Order in medieval Thuringia in the context of their colonization of Prussia following the twelfth-century loss of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Chaotic itinerancy as a mechanism of irregular changes between synchronization and desynchronization in a neural network.
the pack-saddle, a bed of absence and itinerancy, as opposed to the
"Itinerancy of Money." Chaos, 13(3), 2003, 1148-64.
She identifies three main phases of narration of home: loss, itinerancy, and settlement.
But just as characteristic of Whitefield's career was his itinerancy. He never ministered in one place but instead traveled throughout his entire life, both in North America and the in United Kingdom.