trant


Related to trant: translate, tyrant

trant

(trænt)
vb (intr)
to sell goods while travelling from place to place
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Emma Trant, CRO of Talenthouse, says "Our partnership with Republic Records perfectly aligns with the Talenthouse mission to support creatives and open doors to unique career opportunities and influential connections.
Viewers saw Williams's character Arya blinded as punishment for murdering Ser Meryn Trant.
Ama se ontwikkeling deur die loop van die roman van meisie tot vrou, en later ook getroude vrou, het die trant van 'n bildungs roman.
Stoneham was a winner for Mick Channon at Wolverhampton last week and can make a swift return pay dividends in the trant Goodwill handicap at Bath.
To which a puzzled and, at the very least, alarmed, 3-year-old Julia Trant of Londonderry (sitting in the front row, BTW), blurted out, "The world is on fire?
Ian Beattie, from Belfast, who plays Ser Meryn Trant, said he is planning on taking the Game Of Thrones tour.
Cruz looked at the girl, Julie Trant, 3, who was sitting with her mother, Michelle, and said that he and others were trying to make the world better for her.
com/mas-imagenes-del-rodaje-de-la-quinta-temporada-braavos-meeren-y-volantis/) LossieteReinos and also show Arya Stark, Meryn Trant, Mace Tyrell and others.
James Trant, associate director at CBRE, said: "The purchase of Windsor House is a demonstration of the strength of appetite for regional development in the student accommodation sector.
Most of Sixties Icon's winners, including Group 3 scorer Chilworth Icon, are trained by Mick Channon, whose friend Patrick Trant stands Sixties Icon at Norman Court Stud in Wiltshire.
Event organisers Diarmuid Johnson and Kevin Trant took to the stage to surprise Christy and the band.
Alhoewel Aucamp homself nie op die voorgrond plaas nie en effens te akademies-klinkend probeer skuilgaan agter 'n formulering soos "hierdie skrywer", is een van die genietings van die versameling juis die persoonlike trant en perspektief daarvan.