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itinerant

adjective ambulant, ambulatory, passing, peripatetic, journeying, moving, traveling, wandering, wayfaring
Associated concepts: itinerant dealer, itinerant merchant, itinerant trader, itinerant vendor

itinerant

noun drifter, peripatetic, traveler, rambler, roamer, rover, runabout, voyager, wanderer
See also: moving

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.

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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.
The 71-year-old lives an itinerant lifestyle travelling the coast in the summer
The Itinerant University includes the following courses: Participation, Citizenship, Democracy and Rights; Gender, Social Inequality, Race/ ethnicity and Sexual Orientation in Health Care; and Advocacy.
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:
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.
They believe the itinerant traders are from Eastern Europe.
LACWHN's Itinerant University: empowering women as leaders in health.
It was difficult to consider whether the services I provided as an itinerant teacher would result in the desired outcomes for my students in all areas of their development.
SIMI VALLEY -- A strict new local law against street peddling will go into effect next month to stop increasing numbers of itinerant vendors who sell goods from vehicles on city streets and from carts set up along sidewalks.
Drawing on data from a study that investigated the literacy learning of itinerant farm workers' children, this paper considers narratives told by two teachers about a middle-years student in a North Queensland primary school.
In an effort to document the responsibilities and professional activities of itinerant early childhood special education (ECSE) teachers, five teachers were asked to participate in an observational study in which they were observed and their behaviors coded.