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Now those orange itinerants are showing up in far fewer numbers.
Fern’s friend Linda May tips her off to an annual gathering of “nomads,” as the itinerant older seasonal workers call themselves.
Neutral backgrounds free of visual distractions can help even more, says Carola Martinez, an itinerant teacher of deaf and hard-of-hearing students in New York City public schools.
She is thirty-five now, quite plain, and makes a living as a sort of itinerant housekeeper and caterer.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
This itinerant merchant was commissioned to haunt the Kano gate until impatience or curiosity should fling it wide for him.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
The circuits of the Justices Itinerant were restored, and appeals to the king in Council were established.
The Collahuayas of Peru were a guild of itinerant quacks and magicians, who never remained permanently in one spot.
Its chapels multiplied in the great towns, and its itinerant missionaries penetrated to the most secluded districts.
From that time, she has acted as an itinerant evangelist, preaching in summer in the open air.
The copy of the book in my possession was sold to me by a pious itinerant Rabbi, who had treasured it as a precious work.

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