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to move about at random, especially over a wide area

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move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

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Paul Bridger, corporate director of operations, Rove Hotels, said: "With five star hotels accounting for the majority of hotel rooms, the need for high quality midscale hotels is significant in the kingdom.
During the general election, Rove encouraged Bush to stick to similar themes as those he used in Texas: education, faith-based initiatives, and a promise to be a "compassionate conservative".
Kristin Davison, Rove's chief of staff, said Monday that Rove does have a record of another email Cruz released, one in which Cruz asks George H.
As for the senators' threat of legislative action, Rove surely understands that a primary reason that social welfare groups have run amok is that there are no clearly defined standards for how much political activity a 501(c)(4) group can be engaged in.
Rove Mobile Admin Basics provides secure mobile remote access functionality for IT staff.
Pero la renuncia de Rove, quien intervenia en casi todos los asuntos presidenciales, plantea inevitablemente la interrogante de un cambio de politica.
Moyers closes by wondering what those on the Christian right, who he "manipulated," now think of Rove confessing to a friend "his own agnosticism .
Karl Rove is moving on down the road," Bush said, appearing grim-faced on the White House's South Lawn with Rove at his side.
Mr Rove met Mr Bush in the early 1970s, when both men were in their 20s.
Bush's adviser Karl Rove and other top administration officials to testify about White House involvement in the recent firings of eight federal prosecutors.
I first met Louis Rove in 1994 when I was a new volunteer at the Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs, Calif.
The authors say they plan to share the lessons of the two sharpest political minds of this generation: Karl Rove and Bill Clinton.
A new biography of Karl Rove details what has been widely known for some time: that the stepfather who raised Karl, Louis Rove, was a gay man who spent the last part of his life hanging out at gay clubs and traveling in gay circles.
The 2006 annual NCLR conference in Los Angeles brought together a bipartisan lineup of such high-profile speakers as former President Bill Clinton, Republican presidential political strategist Karl Rove, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, and Senator Sam Brownback (R-Kan.
It has long been a strategy of Republican Karl Rove to attack the press as a means of stirring up the ultra-right-wing base, especially in an election year, and there are those who believe that O'Reilly readily does Rove's bidding.