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peripatetic

Brit employed in two or more educational establishments and travelling from one to another
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She also likes the "meandering" paths of his evening walks, "as if he'd been plopped onto this land from some foreign star." The wife gives up her pursuit when Gray's peripateticism (which, it turns out, has its basis not in space-alien whimsy but in a brain tumor) leads him out of New York City and, after a detour through his old college town, down to Central America.
But it has also happened that one or another of these interpretations or conceptions has been identified, either by astrologers or by philosophers, with astrology tout court.(12) First between astrology and stoicism, and then between astrology and late peripateticism, such all-encompassing relations have been described that they gradually came to represent, in stoicist fatalism and particularly in peripatetic cosmology, a sort of spontaneous philosophy of astrologers, and to render inconceivable the survival of astrology outside of the forms thus established.
The theatrical powers-that-be winked at Furlan's unorthodox peripateticism. They even abetted it by scheduling their seasons around her.