Will we eventually settle on a handful of regular sites, rather than either one fixed site or a fully peripatetic
It will also provide a hospice-at-home peripatetic
The title of this midcareer survey connects Alec Soth's peripatetic
process to his ambition: Like Walker Evans and Robert Frank, he hits the road in search of America and Americans.
Which pupil of Plato founded the Peripatetic
School at Athens?
As part of the savings, council officials have decided not to replace a peripatetic
harp teacher who resigned.
MISS Jameson, a peripatetic
music teacher, is helping eight children at Croft Primary School aged seven to ten, to learn the violin.
She also considers ecological implications of the presence of some of the more frequent insect visitors to a human or non-human corpse, and includes information from a range of countries for future peripatetic
Still, though the film lazily glosses over wide swatches of the city's culture and color, we'll take what we can get, and "New Orleans," from writer Michelle Ferrari, director/producer Stephen Ives and producer Amanda Pollack and narrated by actor Jeffrey Wright, offers a perhaps appropriately peripatetic
portrait of the Crescent City.
A close study of characters in Aristo's writings, natural philosophy and peripatetic
biology in Aristo's era, and much more, ideal for college libraries and advanced practitioners of philosophy.
Students of romanticism, revolution, and democracy have been presented a valuable tool in this overdue scholarly edition of John Thelwall's The Peripatetic
Among the visitors from abroad, modern dance troupes from Mexico, Japan, and the Ivory Coast, as well as a couple of Canada's less peripatetic
ballet companies, will crisscross the map.
pair may have become infected while visiting a seaside settlement or campsite.