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ahy ti nuh ruhnt

  • n  a laborer who moves from place to place as demanded by employment
    itinerant traders
  • s  traveling from place to place to work
    itinerant labor
    an itinerant judge

  • The itinerant labor always got the wrong end of the stick in all the local disputes since no one was there to stand up for them.
  • No one said the life of an itinerant dangdut singer was easy.
  • The bestselling author talks about his itinerant herod Jack Reacher, and doing business with Tom Cruise.

  • Pope Benedict XVI in آكي
    We must continue to press for more effective measures to stem the flow of guns into the Caribbean, because not only are they the symbol and toll of criminal organizations, but they filter down to itinerant criminals with grave consequences for the... Bruce Golding Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service Jul 4, 2010 54079 71204 itinerant One must not forget that the family, including the migrant or itinerant family, is the original cell of society and must not be destroyed," Benedict said in May.
  • Olusegun Obasanjo in The Bona Venture
    If you have one group or a community that has land that's been encroached upon by another community or even by itinerant cattle farmers, then the people who lay claim to the land will fight back,Obasanjo said in an interview with CNN's...

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