drifter


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Synonyms for drifter

a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support

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A specific data management procedure that takes into account local deviations in drifter speed with respect to the running average value was developed to ensure a high quality of the final drifter track record.
Twentieth Century Drifter: The Life of Marty Robbins adds a new volume to the 'Music in American Life' series, and comes with over twenty black-and-white photos to enhance the first biography of the country western singer best noted for such hits as 'El Paso' and his Grand Ole Opry appearances.
It consists of six rounds, and the best four rounds of every drifter are calculated at the end of the championship.
In 2008, Red Bull hosted its first Car Park Drift in Lebanon which then evolved into a regional competition in 2010, making it possible for all underground drifters to put their skills to test.
Drifter, for example, is notable for its sophisticated, subtle hop character, derived from a blend of Summit, Nelson Sauvin and Alchemy.
In the woolly winter of Alaska lives a drifter code-named "the Drifter" with a part-wolf dog named Dog.
Vrettos's skill is such that readers will be pulled entirely into Dylan's psychic visions and the high-strung, pretend normality with which the town functions when The Drifter returns.
A: RECORD dealer Andy Ford of Revolver Records says Moaning The Blues is worth pounds 40 while Luke The Drifter could fetch pounds 25-pounds 35.
To win a pair of tickets to the show, meet the band and win a supply of Drifter answer the following question:
said Thursday it is recalling 233 Vulcan Classic and Vulcan 400 Drifter motorcycles for free repairs of defective parts.
The Express launched its own investigation into Henn and his claims and discovered he was apparently a single drifter and that his purported partner never existed.
Balzac's artist-flaneur--a dandyish, somewhat detached figure--would appear to have anticipated, by almost a hundred and fifty years, the transient urban drifter of Guy Debord's late-1960s Paris.
Deilmann-Haniel's B 2000 R drifter has been designed for severe drilling applications and large drilling diameters.
The novel follows a nameless drifter, familiar from any number of stories and movies, yet also vague, more a type than a character.