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1. The itinerant peddlers had packed away their beadwork and knickknacks, folded their tents or shut their booths, and departed.
2. Nog is a mysterious itinerant who sells the narrator a foam-rubber octopus, and whose name he adopts as an alias.
3. But times are hard, and bands of itinerant jugglers and acrobats have gone before them, picking the villages clean.
4. Now it would command television crews, gangs of itinerant Press men and jolly serious ball by ball radio commentary.
5. Farmers fled to work as itinerant merchants; the amount of cultivated grain land shrank from 12,350 acres to less than 5,000.
6. The use of itinerant magistrates gradually increased, making prosecutions more convenient.
7. Varley was one of a number of itinerant lay evangelists who emerged after the 1858-9 religious revival.
8. Two years later the itinerant returned to attack Garden outright for allowing laxity and not promoting the preaching of grace.
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9. Lou Holtz is an itinerant minstrel, his hand out for a few more coins to sing his song at another stop.
10. The daughter of an itinerant farm worker, Ward now rubs shoulders with the rich, famous and glamorous.
11. Which is a minor irritation for the itinerant tourist ... a daily nightmare for the local residents.
12. Itinerant peddlers positioned themselves along the roadside to hawk their pewter, copper, and tin.
13. Three or four centuries ago a group of itinerant actors had asked for the protection of some traveling Raika.
14. The itinerant returned with new resolves to agitate at the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting in 1758.
15. He is an itinerant entertainer.
16. Itinerant ranching reached its peak in the 1880 s.
17. I'm contemplating to an itinerant speech all over china.
18. He is starting itinerant performance all over the world.
19. He was one of the old school, not exactly sleeping under hedges, but an itinerant caddie.
20. Most local news directors are transients, moving from market to market like itinerant baseball players.
21. Shunned, he remained an Episcopalian but in 1772 turned itinerant to add a six-hundred-mile circuit to his regular charge.
22. I wondered that her prejudices did not stretch to itinerant Arabs.
23. The Chalice Quilt was made by slaves on a Texas plantation in 1860 in anticipation of a visit from an itinerant bishop.
24. From boyhood he worked on local farms and became an itinerant Methodist preacher.
25. It stars John Malkovich and Gary Sinise as two itinerant workers who become the object of a vicious manhunt.
26. The island had responded particularly to the fervent missionary work of the itinerant Baptist preachers in the early years of the century.
27. It ended in the 1930s when another depression swelled the numbers of itinerant workers.
28. Despite his obscure origins Warltire established himself as a fashionable itinerant lecturer on chemistry and a supplier of laboratory chemicals.
29. In our grief we hover with the hummingbirds: We are spinning on a paused world gone over to itinerant echo.
30. The pickers came every summer when the hops were ripe: families of itinerant workers who moved about the island like gypsies.
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