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traveling about, especially in search of adventure

straying from a proper course or standard

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straying from the right course or from accepted standards

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uncontrolled motion that is irregular or unpredictable

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In many cases, supply chain configuration decisions errantly determine business direction instead of the supply chain configuration executing the business direction.
A further kick in the teeth (you'll get that later) was given when Jack Of Diamonds, backed from 16s to 15-2, was narrowly beaten after running errantly up the home straight.
In response Everton could only highlight their disjointedness, as balls were fired errantly down the flanks finding touch and Moyes was left to urge his deep-sitting side forward.
Indeed, Lawson's words errantly imply that, in order for issues of race and class to be truly relevant to artistic expression, that art must embody the experience and perspective of all members of a given class or race.
the Federal Circuit's to ensure that it will not errantly deny a
And it hardly helped matters when, during one visit, the whole thing slowly began to come out of sync, with the bell errantly ringing between floors and the crowd from the previous sequence rather forlornly stuck in the doorway as it opened for what was supposed to be the beginning of the next scene.
As background, several excellent research articles have appeared during the past decade, showing that up to 40% of medical research articles have abstracts that either describe data that are NOT found in the study, errantly report what is described or omit what some would deem as key findings that are present in the body of the article.
The Spadina Expressway opponents received the report errantly when David Nowlan had been in a meeting with a high-level Metropolitan Toronto planner When the planner left his office for a few minutes, Nowlan visually scanned it (it had been left on the planner's desk) and determined that it was relevant to the anti-Spadina case.
Instead, from the astonishing start that would have seen Szczesny dismissed for bringing down Bowyer, had the linesman not errantly flagged the midfielder offside, Birmingham closed the quality gap.
The central theory is that any increase of blood glucose concentrations above reference intervals can be detrimental to the fetus because the fetus is developing "blueprints" for its metabolic function, and high glucose concentrations errantly set a foundation for the development of obesity, T2DM, and metabolic syndrome (29).
What was then a closed economy - errantly trying to rely on only its own finite resources - --is now our 14th largest trading partner with the potential to become one of our largest and most diverse commercial allies in the world," Blake said.
Cuellar twice nodded errantly from Stewart Downing crosses, while Eric Lichaj fired wide of the right-hand post on two occasions and Agbonlahor had another couple of close efforts.
But in the pragmatism of William James and John Dewey, and the sensual romanticism of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman, he saw this power errantly projected from the material world onto the interior life, blotting out the "classical" life of ideals in favor of a fetish for impulse and experience.
Thus, knowledge quizzes involve a significant risk of a false negative in credibility assessment: the risk of errantly judging a genuine applicant to be insincere because she does not know a particular piece of information.