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to travel about selling goods

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A long history of war and occupation - and consequent destruction - means Poland guards its remaining national archives hawkishly.
10) They hawkishly guarded the honor of female performers and forbade all employees from drinking alcohol alongside clients.
Dubbed the oBush Doctrineo by the Washington PostAEs hawkishly pro-Israeli columnist Charles Krauthammer, it advocated the necessity of opreemptive war.
The hawkishly sharper rhetoric is a stark change from that which was given in the minute of their meeting five weeks ago.
For those who don't follow Welsh politics hawkishly, Nick Bourne, the Welsh Tory leader is under fire from all quarters after the publication of AMs' expenses revealed he had claimed pounds 229 for an iPod, which he says he needed to listen to podcasts and learn Welsh.