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Synonyms for itinerant

Synonyms for itinerant

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

moving from one area to another in search of work

Synonyms for itinerant

a laborer who moves from place to place as demanded by employment

traveling from place to place to work

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The fifth Itinerant University course was offered in February 2001 in Uruguay, where it was hosted by the Department of Psychology at the Universidad de la Republica.
One theme is the complexity inherent in the itinerant lifestyle, particularly for women.
It is believed that elderly householders and families on low incomes are being targeted by the itinerants.
Once the barbes accepted Protestantism, the sect ended: itinerant preaching ceased, and resident pastors trained as Protestants replaced the barbes and established churches of their own with a creed and worship service determined by Calvin in the 1540s.
After all, someone had to care for the needs of the itinerant preachers, and Jesus is said to reassure such persons that they will share in the glory of his wandering disciples: "If anyone gives so much as a cup of cold water to one of these little ones because he is a disciple, then I tell you solemnly, he will most certainly not lose his reward" (Matt.
DALLAS, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems along with the University of Texas at Austin, Department of Special Education have launched a cellular phone trial to help alleviate the communication plight faced by the itinerant teacher.
There were 118,952 total aircraft movements recorded at Thunder Bay in 1988, including major and regional/local carriers, and general and itinerant aviation.
Services are currently provided by an American Indian VR counselor on an itinerant basis from Flagstaff.
With more than 56 million accounts, PayPal, an eBay company, is a popular choice for operators of wireless venues with itinerant customers, such as airports, marinas, hotels, and cafes.
Contract notice: Establishment of a nursery itinerant childhood on the town of bondy.
Benachour, chef du bureau de vote itinerant designe pour les 351 electeurs inscrits sur les listes electorales des zones de Fadhenoune, Ifni et Teghessa (170 km du chef-lieu de la wilaya d'Illizi).
NNA - The military must track down those responsible for firing rockets into Blbeck and put them to trial, President of the Republic Michel Sleiman told itinerant visitors and interlocutors coming to see him at his office in Bbda Palace today.
In addition, since 1998 the Latin American and Caribbean Women's Health Network has offered the International Courses on Gender Perspectives in Health as part of the Itinerant University project in the region.
Perhaps the most famous of the Montparnasse peintres maudits, Modigliani's life story is familiar enough: Impoverished, itinerant, tubercular but handsome, the artist was frequently under the influence of alcohol and drugs, sketched cafe clients for money, and died at the age of thirty-five (an event immediately followed by the suicide of his pregnant girlfriend and last muse, Jeanne Heburerne).
He and Mipeng join an itinerant circus traveling to the court of Kublai Khan, the most powerful man in China now that his Mongol warriors have invaded China and conquered the Chinese people.