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peripatetic

Brit employed in two or more educational establishments and travelling from one to another
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Savings in the peripatetic music services have therefore been achieved without the need for voluntary redundancies or early retirements.
In The Peripatetic Thelwall infused radical politics into a strange collection of literary genres that allowed him a deeper, more pervasive presentation of democratic ideals than one finds in either the age's political pamphlets or its "Jacobin" novels.
In his letter to Ibn Sina, al-Biruni had objected to the position taken by the Peripatetics on some of the most fundamental aspects of natural philosophy, for he held an independent position on these matters--a position that ultimately challenged many views of Aristotelian physics.
5] Librarians at the University of Wisconsin-Madison address the peripatetic nature of most student athletes by providing e-mail reference service.
Yet the author's knowledge of these later developments is inadequate, and at the end of the book he speaks again of the disappearance of Peripatetic philosophy in Islam as an established fact (p.
Cool Earl and Cornbread, a pair of peripatetic Pennsylvanians who started scribbling their names on walls throughout Philadelphia beginning in the mid-1960s are credited by some as the progenitors of the graffiti movement.
By the early '70s, worn out by a flamboyant, peripatetic lifestyle, he began to self-destruct.
The "speaker" of the poems--and his very identity is mobile, evanescent--sits in bars, lounges, and other places of transcience ("the Long / Night Lounge," "Wrack Tavern / Inn of Many Monikers") simultaneously moving ("It was a train we were on / peripatetic tavern we / were in, mind unremittingly elsewhere").
The rest of the list is predicated on the peripatetic proletariat.
Ann Wilson is a theology student and a peripatetic freelance writer.
Relying on the abundant evidence he found in memoirs and the contemporary press, Bodek pieced together a portrait of the working world of agitprop, including information on their intense and peripatetic schedule as well as the constant police harassment that forced them to move about even more than planned and to perform under deceptive auspices.
But these peripatetic viewers are also less likely to accept what they see without question, especially when hundreds of alternatives bid for their time and attention.