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peripatetic

Brit employed in two or more educational establishments and travelling from one to another
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The platform has already revealed itself as remarkably adept at working peripatetically, with exhibitions staged or scheduled in Turin, Rome, and New York, as well as subcontracted curatorial work at Los Angeles museums.
A prologue needs to be a fast piece, to be written in strobe, or peripatetically (while pacing back and forth).
After reaching his majority in 1515, Charles ruled peripatetically until his abdication in 1555; Chapter 3 tracks the chapel that served the itinerant emperor and its personnel.
This is made clear as Spady moves peripatetically with Grandmaster Caz through the Bronx, that "vast cityscape of multiple realities" (Eure & Spady, 1991, p.