Santos, the chair of the CBCP-Episcopal Commission on Migrants and Itinerate
Problematizing jazz as a world or pan-ethnic music, the introduction to glohalization/indigenization compares its itinerate
travels to those of the Roma.
In particular, he makes use of an eventful episode in the New Testament to make his listeners understand how they should itinerate
on the path to serenity.
Beyond the local community, some leaders may function as itinerate
overseers and function in an episcopal manner with several faith communities together.
As for the general district of Kyzylay, from evening onwards, it lies under the control of the local street mafia, not to mention itinerate
sellers, drunkards and various undesirable types.
We also see funding as having an effect on the caseloads of itinerate
One participant lamented that if the 20% to 30% of itinerate
mine workers in the satellite cities were located in the town, they would add significantly to business income.
14) From 1194, local Coroners were responsible for holding inquests on sudden or unnatural deaths, including suicides, and their records were submitted to the superior courts for final judgements (in the itinerate
Eyre courts and, after the end of the general Eyres in the late thirteenth century, gaol delivery, King's Bench, or Chancery).
She is also a licensed and ordained itinerate
minister who ministers internationally and is founder of Spirit Life Ministries.
Vilar ultimately rejects as fathers not only her itinerate
, boat-dwelling husband but the equally financially unstable man with whom she becomes pregnant after her divorce: "[I asked] myself why on earth I had shared any part of my life with this adult child who hadn't worked a day since I'd known him.
Such a consideration speaks to the itinerate
nature of teaching in rural nineteenth-century America.
After the crops were planted in the spring and whenever he could spare time away from the farm, Abe would travel throughout southwestern Michigan and northern Indiana as an itinerate