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Synonyms for marcher

an inhabitant of a border district

walks with regular or stately step

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SPEECH Obama speaks on bridge where marchers, below, were attacked in 1965
Speaking in 2008, he said: "Places which had never heard of Jarrow certainly got to know of the town's troubles after the marchers passed through.
Some of the marchers are old, many are tired, others are using walking canes," the man said asking the crowd to wait.
It was unclear whether the Buddhist monks who clashed with the marchers acted on their own or under orders from above.
Mr Roberts's statement continued, 'The Lord Marcher was therefore acting reasonably and responsibly and on more favourable terms than many landowners.
After subjecting the estimated 8,000 marchers to a mile-long gauntlet of deafening taunts and threats, the militant mob surged through thin police lines and blocked the street, defying police orders to disperse.
The marchers met Tory Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith yesterday.
In the late 80s/early 90s I worked as a broadcast journalist with regular shifts at Marcher.
Marcher will continue his employment with the Company through December 31 of this year and will then serve as a consultant to the Company through the end of the fiscal year.
In an interview in 2000 Cornelius Whalen, the longest surviving Jarrow marcher who died in 2003, recalled that the food the marchers ate was "the best feed I ever had", such was the generosity of those he and his comrades met on their journey south.
Notice the leading marcher, Victor Ensor, carrying a bible not a gun.
Dataram Corporation (NASDAQ: DRAM), a leading provider of server and workstation memory, today announced that its Board of Directors has unanimously approved the appointment of Lars Marcher as president and chief operating officer of the Company.
Hundreds of thousands of marchers took part in similar rallies around the world, including in Sydney, Hong Kong, Seattle and Berlin.
Standing at the open church door, gripping the bell rope, we were ready to ring our bell and cheer the Truth and Reconciliation marchers on their way.
We at MAX feel we should never forget the sacrifices the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marchers made not only for voting rights, but for human rights for all people," MAX CEO Greg McClellan said.