tramper


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Synonyms for tramper

someone who walks with a heavy noisy gait or who stamps on the ground

a foot traveler

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Over the course of its year-long run, articles chart the transformation of the conservative Victorian/ Edwardian rural tramper into his cosmopolitan, frequently urban, modernist counterpart.
And scattered everywhere, in higher or lower concentrations, are readings of the love poetry that resoundingly affirm the "erotic Coleridge" of her title, a vigorous, energetic, expansive, humorous, and deeply passionate figure that will put readers in mind of Richard Holmes's tireless tramper of stormy Cumbrian peaks and enthusiastic acolyte of perceptual and psychical mysteries.
On the other hand, the fact that, for both, Borrow represented freedom--for Sackville-West from repressive heterosexual norms, for tramper Stephen from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, from politics, and from history in the making, an escape from home in each case--suggests his appropriateness to Woolf's tentative and eccentric anglocentric turn.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-1 November 2006-Icelandic shipping group Eimskip acquires US transportation company Pacific Tramper Services Inc(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
com; (800) 270-6079) Canyon High Tramper (Style W05617), an eight-inch Gore-Tex hiker that's fully waterproof thanks to a combination waterproof leather and nylon upper.
There is a breed of tramper who goes out and wants to have everything to him- or herself, but everybody has a right to go and enjoy the countryside, and I think it's great to see people out there, whoever they are.
For an introductory course in process engineering for example, a design environment was developed in which students have to design chains of unit operations and where they have to adjust parameters for each operation (Van der Schaaf, Vermue, Tramper & Hartog, in press).
Phil was a keen and accomplished tramper, and occasionally was involved in search and rescue operations when others got into trouble.
His former Regiment and the Royal British Legion gave him the cross-country Beamer Tramper scooter for Christmas in 2009.
Somsen D, Capelle A and J Tramper Production yield analysis in the poultry processing industry.
Other BCS capabilities include hosting seafood-inspection services, venders and brokers, shipping lines--including Western Pioneer, Alaska Marine Lines, Northland Services and Totem Ocean Trailer Express, all of which provide tramper or container-barge service to Alaska, and railroads and trucking lines, including Lynden Transport International.
The shrinking strength of the country's shipping fleets was caused by the tendency to use tramper ships.
The day before Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand visited, the two nurses had treated a young American tramper who, following a second bee sting in three days and a near-drowning experience, had an anaphylactic reaction in the clinic.