picknicker


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Noun1.picknicker - a person who is picnickingpicknicker - a person who is picnicking    
eater, feeder - someone who consumes food for nourishment
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Large rocks are coming along the tides, injuring picknickers, he said, adding that it is because of that people are being advised not to go deep in the sea.
Harald Hendrix reminds us that the association of literature and tourism, albeit an 'ancient' cultural practice, reached new heights in nineteenth-century Britain.' (37) Romantic sentimentalism became commonplace: it was noted in the papers that the 'picknickers and tourists' in Carlops 'choose to hold solitary tryst with the spirit of Ramsay's 'landwart sang' at the top of Loganlea pond...' (38) As late in the century as 1891 'a comparative silence' surrounding Ramsay was bemoaned.
Simultaneously, the Sharjah Municipality has intensified inspections to prevent littering and environmental damage by picknickers.
One reason for picknickers' lack of adventure is the amount of kit they bring, such as cool boxes, portable fridges, tables and chairs.
Cigarettes not crushed out and fires set off by picknickers and shepherds are the other factors causing forest fires.
"The Impressionists At Leisure" by art historian Pamela Todd not only showcases a series of Impressionist paintings ranging from Renoir's picknickers in the countryside, to Degas' elegant race goers, to Morisot's opera enthusiasts, it also includes a broad and original selections of lesser known works, as well as excerpts from diaries and letters revealing the artist's own interests, passions, pleasers, and attitudes about their work and the subjects they chose to paint.
ELECTRIC Picknickers have more to look forward to with yesterday's announcement of more bands.