peregrination


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traveling or wandering around

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He also succeeded in securing the services of several to guide and aid him in his peregrinations among the mountains, and to trap for him during the ensuing season.
My works have been on energy, water & fire and peregrination of colours.
Cooper doesn't know he is from Earth as he is brought up by unsuspecting parents in Peregrination, a portable bubble world.
Young was responding to the New York Museum of Modern Art Warhol retrospective which would spend the next 14 months touring various institutions in the United States and Europe, its peregrination helping to cement the artist's posthumous reputation for producing, in the words of the show's curator Kynaston McShine, 'great art, a monument impossible to ignore.' For admirers, collectors and dealers, such a validation was critical since in later years Warhol had become famous for being famous (and for considerably longer than 15 minutes), his work overshadowed by his celebrity.
LATE on Saturday afternoon, with a heavy heart and deep sense of foreboding, I dragged myself towards my trusty tangerine charabanc and set off on the short peregrination across the valley to the home of the Heavy Woollen and Sykes Cup holders, and Scholes' scourge and number one nemesis Shepley Cricket Club.
St Helena is not only an exotic destination, (2.000 kilometers to the nearest landmass) but could become a peregrination point for the French since Napoleon spent his last years in the island as a prisoner of the British and was buried there until 1840.when his remains were repatriated to Paris.
Boyle, Kinsey and the blurring of fact and fiction leads to Jay Neal's fictional peregrination of a copy of the reports across the decades.
The peregrination is made in a clockwise direction by Hindus and Buddhists.
Dossin will perform two pieces by Hector Villa-Lobos; "The Peregrination Suite" by Terry Vosbein; and three selections by UO Professor Emeritus Victor Steinhardt.
One of the family rituals of my childhood was the Sunday drive--a peregrination with no real destination in mind.
The film jumps from Julia's peregrination through the streets of Manhattan, to haunting psychics and bizarre bit players, to the electronic effluvia of billboards, television terrorism and hydroelectric power lines and meters--all culminating in a kind of post-9/11 nightmare.
I stopped this morning during a "tricyclic peregrination" [rather good that, what?] to look at a particularly nice herd of Charolais cows [they're all Charolais or Limmies, in this part] and they were all horned.
I began my peregrination after a late-morning croissant at Patisserie Valerie in Marylebone High Street.
His eye for detail leads to fascinating information about calendar dates and marriage "dating," about parentage and peregrination, about prayer and priesthood, about mild and wild goddesses, and about morning and mourning rituals.
It rises through four storeys, each punctured by openings like large windows that allow for a changing series of diagonal cross-views adding rotational interest to the visitor's peregrination.