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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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It can be seen that the provision of personalization or adaptation modules, including personalized learning materials, navigation paths or user interfaces, has been recognized as an important issue for developing effective learning systems (Chiou, Tseng, Hwang, & Heller, 2010; van Seters, Ossevoort, Tramper, & Goedhart, 2012).
It is a mystery how extremely massive stars form," explained co-author Frank Tramper (University of Amsterdam).
He was encouraged to contact the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) who helped him fill out forms for the scooter and his former regiment and the Royal British Legion sorted out the money to get him the now well-travelled, cross -country Beamer Tramper scooter for Christmas in 2009.
NWEurope tramper are much in the same positions with spot ships still knocking about the Continent, Handysize ships under pressure at around ws120 basis 30kt with Flexies softer at ws167.
An all terrain tramper can be hired from SNPA via Carys Dafydd, 01766 772269.
The swivel seat on the Tramper ensures he has an ideal casting position.
Jill's Tramper mobility scooter allows us to use quite rough paths and tracks as well as tackling steep gradients.
Tramper is a professor of bioprocess technology at Wageningen University and Zhu is a project manager for TNO, a genetic engineering and biotech firm.
His literary efforts were not, however, confined to history: a keen tramper, he wrote an account of one extended walk in the North Island's east coast, The Long Path: Te Araroa.
Investors from other Asean countries are allowed to own up to 100% of golf courses and 60% of tramper general international sea transport business for passengers and cargoes, ferry transport and loading and unloading business.
Although Goldring's reader is most often encouraged to follow the Victorian tramp off the beaten track, in a series of opening articles which suggest a desire on the part of the editor to shift the stakes and to complicate the goals of the tramper, he finds himself in search of the 'off the beaten track' at a number of established touristic destinations first in England, Harrogate and Torquay, and then in France and Belgium.
The Globe Theatre Archive Prompt book of the production of July to September 2003 Photographs by John Tramper Video recordings of 25 July and 29 August 2003.