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tramp

a merchant ship that does not run between ports on a regular schedule but carries cargo wherever the shippers desire
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I approach The Tramp here from three perspectives, interrogating the how, the who, and the where of tramping in the magazine.
Although written and published after the tramping way of life had already begun to wane (and thus too late to translate into humane forms of social policy), The Hobo captured the imagination of the sociological marketplace, and, as a result, this triptych is still the "common sense" logic today.
Twain, too, (supposedly) tramping about Europe, refers to the other type of 'tramper' on several occasions in his Notebooks for the period.
Keren Flavell's book 'Camping and Tramping in Australia's National Parks' features the most accessible of the campsites and nature reserves in Australia.
David Leith, 61, won first prize at the Flounder Tramping World Championship in Talnackie, on the West coast of Scotland.