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Itinerant dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. Or an itinerant photographer.
  2. His father had been an itinerant work-.
  3. You never can tell with itinerant families.
  4. My life has turned out to be every bit as itinerant as I though it.
  5. The beach was practically empty and the itinerant sellers were dispersing.

  6. There was no one in sight, although signs of itinerant occupation remained; an.
  7. Socialism was brought to Hungary in 1860’s literally in the knapsacks of itinerant.
  8. He had thought that the kids he saw begging on the streets were from itinerant families.
  9. She was right: the doll had been brought not by his coachman but by an itinerant shrimpmonger whom no one knew.
  10. Pond advocated the appointment of itinerant preachers to labor with the Chinese in the moving camps on the railroads.
  11. It was one thing to kill an itinerant ranch hand but quite a different matter to knock off a man of Martin‘s stature.
  12. Serial killers who move around fall into two types: A – itinerant homeless; B – the occupation allows him to travel.
  13. All in all, it was an enjoyable, itinerant week we had moving from cities, to villages, to hamlets in the highlands and 86.
  14. They featured either the very competent house band or some itinerant black American jazz musicians playing for close dancing.
  15. A young woman, an itinerant traveller selling herbs and leaf medicines from plants the villagers couldn’t get from their own fields.

  16. An itinerant photographer who took the only picture of him that could have been preserved was forced to smash his plates without developing them.
  17. Here is how Jesus, the lowly, unmarried, and itinerant son of a carpenter - an abysmal failure by the standards of his society - viewed himself:.
  18. Exhaustion is the constant companion of itinerant actors with afternoon and evening performances, travelling, setting up and dismantling the stage.
  19. He travelled with his engine from farm to farm, from county to county, for as yet the steam threshing-machine was itinerant in this part of Wessex.
  20. Recalling what the Argonian informant had said about his dockside sources, Brynjolf was eager to pick up what he could from every itinerant conversation.
  21. He knew that prostitutes live a very itinerant life and that their disappearance from one area usually meant that they had moved on to another town or another part of the city.
  22. The loss of his teeth, on the other hand, did not result from a natural calamity but from the shoddy work of an itinerant dentist who decided to eradicate a simple infection by drastic means.
  23. Casaubon's will had yet reached Ladislaw: the air seemed to be filled with the dissolution of Parliament and the coming election, as the old wakes and fairs were filled with the rival clatter of itinerant shows; and more private noises were taken little notice of.
  24. All fell to praising of it, each after his own fashion, though the same young blade held with his former view that another than her conjugial had been the man in the gap, a clerk in orders, a linkboy (virtuous) or an itinerant vendor of articles needed in every household.
  25. Whoever reads the instructions (They are to be found in Tyrol's History of England) which were given to the judges of the circuit in the time of Henry II will see clearly that those judges were a sort of itinerant factors, sent round the country for the purpose of levying certain branches of the king's revenue.

  26. In those days, the priory precincts had not been large enough to contain the fair, and the streets all around had been obstructed by unlicensed stalls – often just a small table covered with trinkets –plus hawkers with trays, jugglers, fortune tellers, musicians, and itinerant friars calling sinners to redemption.
  27. I say, you there, what in the wide, wide world of International Relations is this itinerant border doing in the middle of a field? Mark asked with what he hoped was an imperious air, something of the tone our Victorian founding fathers might have employed with starched upper mouth parts and even stiffer underpants while talking to Johnny Foreigner.
  28. Some mountebanks from Paris had obtained permission of the mayor to erect their booths in the principal street of the village, and a band of itinerant merchants, under protection of the same tolerance, had constructed their stalls on the Church Square, and even extended them into Boulanger Alley, where, as the reader will perhaps remember, the Thenardiers' hostelry was situated.

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