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These itinerate preachers gave rise to the trans-Atlantic "Great Awakening" of the 1740s.
She is also a licensed and ordained itinerate minister who ministers internationally and is founder of Spirit Life Ministries.
Vilar ultimately rejects as fathers not only her itinerate, boat-dwelling husband but the equally financially unstable man with whom she becomes pregnant after her divorce: "[I asked] myself why on earth I had shared any part of my life with this adult child who hadn't worked a day since I'd known him." (72) However, once in Colorado, in a house and married to a man with an established career, she appears to achieve the circumstances of a "good" choice-maker whose right to mother is no longer in question.
Such a consideration speaks to the itinerate nature of teaching in rural nineteenth-century America.
Under pressure communities in the Nile Valley reverted to roka (communal) cultivation as individual plots became successively too small for rational individual utilization, and ultimately voted with their feet, fleeing the Nile in mass to the diaspora of the hinterlands, a process that created the 'itinerate traders' of the Sudan and beyond, the jellaba.
evangelistic fervor prompted them to itinerate, trying to win converts
After the crops were planted in the spring and whenever he could spare time away from the farm, Abe would travel throughout southwestern Michigan and northern Indiana as an itinerate preacher.
This is yet another example of De/Re where the "naturalizing" and "normalizing" of Roma as itinerate vagabonds is countered with a re-defining of Roma as people who want jobs which thus re-writes the entire migratory process.
Itinerate reverend Everlasting Love, his wife, and five daughters travel from town to town preaching the gospel in the 1950s American South.
If you are an itinerate pensioner, there are snags encountered when mailing these devices to one's latest abode, typified by peripatetic individuals such as myself; however recourse when seeking advice from this bank's phone banking facility is illuminating.
The letter deplored "the mistaken conduct of those who encourage females to bear an obtrusive and ostentatious part in measures of reform, and countenance any of that sex who so far forget themselves as to itinerate in the character of public lecturers and teachers." Women's power, the letter reminded congregants, was "in her dependence, flowing from the consciousness of that weakness which God has given her for her protection...,." (16) In the view of Adams and many of his fellow clergy, the Grimkes were not behaving like Southern ladies or Christian women!
The second concerned the itinerate fate of objects.
William Jennings, for example, examines how the train functions in Gide's fiction as "a new moral and physical environment where the rules of conventional society do not apply" (149), where, in the incessantly itinerate novelist's words "L'important, c'est partir." Baudelaire could not have asked for a much better disciple.
The world has no preordained design or order, the judge decrees, and a limitless number of realities are possible: "Had you not seen it all from birth and thereby bled it of its strangeness it would appear to you for what it is, a hat trick in a medicine show, a fevered dream, a trance bepopulate with chimeras having neither analogue nor precedent, an itinerate carnival, a migratory tentshow whose ultimate destination" is "beyond reckoning." The only "order in creation" is "that which you have put there, like a string in a maze, so that you shall not lose your way.