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leading the life of a person without a fixed domicile; moving from place to place

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migratory

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The authors wish to thank the nomadic Fulani's population of the three states, for their willingness to present their children for measurement.
A third set of communities which are still nomadic are pastoral communities, which breed and tend various kinds of cattle, including sheep, goats and camels, and who might be listed as OBC or STs but may not avail the advantage because of their constant movement.
Focusing on a community of nomadic livestock herders in contemporary Mongolia, Bruun (geography and international development studies, U.
The Nomadic is to be housed in the 141-year-old Hamilton Graving Dock, once part of the Harland and Wolff shipyard and now part of the Titanic Quarter.
He said those nomadic experiences brought forth his dream to start Deli Llama Wilderness Adventures, a guided pack-llama service Shapiro and wife Marianne operate in the summer.
A Nomadic Con-fusion runs till November 30 from 10am to 6pm daily.
The nomadic WiMAX network complies with the IEEE standard 802.
The Nomadic Museum is expected to travel to Tokyo and Beijing, Abu Dhabi and Europe.
On a recent Saturday, the Nomadic Museum was crowded with awed, quiet visitors.
He helped raise about pounds 30,000 towards the pounds 170,000 price of the SS Nomadic, but added that his had been "a small part".
Titanic enthusiast Howard Nelson recently launched the world's only Titanic Heritage Trust in a bid to raise the money needed to save the SS Nomadic, the last remaining vessel with direct links to the ill-fated ship.
Secondly, we take our name from the nomadic pastoral Turkic nations who fought their way from Central Asia to Asia Minor in the 11th century.
In this fascinating process of cross-cultural interactions, students gained a first-hand experience of restoration work in a Tibetan Buddhist environment, acquired insights into the everyday life of a contemporary Mongolian nomadic community, and added a practical dimension to an Inner Asian History course.
Many of the children come from nomadic families who live in gers (similar to yurts) on the grasslands.
Louise worked with Raleigh International, a youth development charity which allowed her to indulge a long-standing ambition to visit the country, which is sandwiched between China and Russia, and observe its nomadic population.