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verb amble, circle, circumambulate, course, cover, cross, go around, go for a walk, go on an outtng, go on foot, hike, jaunt, journey, make rounds, march, meander, pace, pass, pass through, patrol, pedestrianize, peregrinate, perlustrare, pervagari, promenade, prowl, ramble, range, reconnoiter, roam, rove, saunter, scour, stalk, step, stride, stroll, strut, sweep through, take a constitutional, take a walk, take an airing, tour, tramp, travel, traverse, tread, trek, trudge, walk, walk through, wander
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28) Taylor based his journey to Scotland on both King James's recent trip and that of Ben Jonson, who had departed from London on a similar perambulatory journey just a few months earlier (Taylor and Jonson would meet briefly in Leith near Edinburgh as Taylor describes in his account).
89) Notwithstanding broad perambulatory statements of purpose, the Council has not decided to impose a comprehensive economic embargo on dealings with Iran.
This arrangement stems from a core vision of theatre as a "moveable feast," as well as a desire to capitalize on artistic director Kenny Leon's perambulatory career.
So withmy perambulatory limbs permanently on show, I had noticed this affliction onmy lower left leg.
While always considered a temporary installation, I doubt the intention was for a perambulatory creature of derision, which it became after people scoffed and mocked, defaced and defiled until receiving cultural sanctuary under the watchful eyes of Sir Trevor and Lady Doreen Jones.
But we need not begin and end with the perambulatory formula of the exceptionalists, self-appointed election observers judging the results of a poll that never took place.
53) Of course this conclusion is problematic for a number of reasons, including that it neglects the opinion of the HRC, which is contained in General Comment 6 (adopted in 1982) and in a number of state party reports, (54) and which directly interprets 'most serious crimes' in the context of the ICCPR and human rights law, while the UN Drugs Convention refers to the seriousness of narcotics crimes in a general and perambulatory manner.
13) She had come wandering into Hed parish after the death of her first wife and son, and her perambulatory history suggests that her change of gender may have occurred when she crossed the ethnic line to live among Swedes.
With its perambulatory obligato horns (who move from offstage to different positions on the platform, and often seem to call to each other like stags at bay) and virtuoso orchestral writing (the jazz-inflected climax was a terrifically exciting and brilliantly executed orgiastic cacophony) Imagin'd Corners is in every way a showpiece calling card.
It is seen--sooner by some, later by others, for many only after lived encounter --that the posited conception leads to "contradiction" or "absurdity," in the form of incompatibility with human nature or with fundamental rational desiderata of being a part of a community of free agents in a contingent and only partly known material world; it is so seen, that is to say, in imaginative concept or in the living out--in some cases the quite protracted living out--of its perambulatory pseudo-possibilities until whether quickly or at length, it crashes into the shoals of reality.
But in its perambulatory format this show, in which "there was no distinction between stage and auditorium; the seats were taken out, the audience was free to walk around and the actors performed the play in the middle of them" (Dewhurst 9), was only fulfilling the dream of Mary Kelly,
Porter's bustling and perambulatory life was no mere life in motion.