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traveller

(US), traveler
1. a part of a mechanism that moves in a fixed course
2. Nautical
a. a thimble fitted to slide freely on a rope, spar, or rod
b. the fixed rod on which such a thimble slides
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A MAN was yesterday charged with the murder of a New Age Traveller whose battered remains were found in a slurry pit.
The UK native had come to Ireland to live among New Age travellers but he was killed and dumped in the slurry pit on a farm at Sharnlaragh, outside Dunmanway.
Mini added: "It's no longer the preserve of Crusties and New Age Travellers.
The herb garden's proved great fun and each year there's quite a party when Clements burns the left-over stubble: a party attended by a frightfully nice group of New Age travellers from Bristol, who simply lean over the smouldering acre and breath deeply before lurching back to their vehicles.
1999: New Age travellers invaded Stonehenge and clashed violently with police for the first time since the 1980s
The New Age travellers arrived at Dinorwig at the beginning of the year and have sparked repeated complaints of rowdy parties and anti-social behaviour.
Mr Smith's funeral was a unique affair and attracted curious onlookers who peered over their garden walls to stare at the hundreds of New Age travellers paying their special tribute to the leader of a community.
Hippies with English accents took over a remote Mayo island showing today's new age travellers that they are not new.
Scores of new age travellers and ticketless fans turned away from the Pilton site moved on to hold their own event 25 miles away at Smeatharpe, near Honiton, Devon.
They included new age travellers, druids, harekrishnas, who all celebrated the solstice in their own manner amid a cloud of smoke and incense haze.
New Age travellers were under siege last night after police made seven arrests and sealed off their camp site.
Sometimes we have been mistaken for New Age travellers.