peripatetic


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peripatetic

Brit employed in two or more educational establishments and travelling from one to another
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In a revision of his 2014 PhD dissertation for Catholic University Leuven, Verhasselt presents the surviving fragments of Peripatetic philosopher Dikaiarchos' work with English translation and extensive commentary.
It will mean libraries in Aldermoor, Caludon, Canley and Coundon are reduced to a single staff member and a 'small peripatetic team' of volunteers.
The peripatetic Korean-born artist Haegue Yang was awarded this year's Wolfgang Hahn Prize, whose past recipients include James Lee Byars, Isa Genzken, and Rosemarie Trockel.
DENBIGHSHIRE Music Cooperative (DMC) was formed in 2015 after the county became the first local authority in Wales to completely cut all funding for peripatetic music provisions.
Cloth, $42.00--Ethics After Aristotle, the revised and polished version of Inwood's 2011 Carl Newell Jackson Lectures at Harvard University, surveys the ethical teachings of the original "neo-Aristotelians," namely, those self-identified (although not always named) members of the Peripatetic school from the time of Theophrastus (fl.
Like the name implies, its adaptability and durable stainless steel construction suit it well to a peripatetic lifestyle.
In the viral video uploaded by Peripatetic Pandas on Tuesday, it demonstrates 10 'carefree' steps on how to engineer an iPhone 7 without knocking on Apple's headquarters.
A source close to the MC told Nina, that the Blocs of the Peripatetic Union and the Movement for Change in the House announced their unification to form the largest Kurdish Parliamentary bloc in the Council, as part of the agreement signed between the two parties.
The large size of this volume (12x12") affords generous display of approximately 150 photos, captured over the course of five years by peripatetic photographer David Vaala.
We had a large number of specialist peripatetic remedial teachers who visited schools to help children with language and reading difficulties.
in their own classrooms by the company's peripatetic education officers, bringing the total amount of pupils seen by Welsh Water's teachers last year to 38,933.
Russell Lock, a peripatetic teacher from Sandwell, has had to rapidly learn 18 pieces of repertoire in preparation for the gruelling tests at Trinity College London.