scatterling

scatterling

(ˈskætəlɪŋ)
n
a person with no fixed home; a wanderer; a vagabond
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This Moyglare-owned filly made her debut here in October, finishing fifth of six behind Embiyra in a fillies maiden, form franked by the subsequent maiden successes of the third (Scatterling) and fourth (In Her Stride).
I am a scatterling,.1 am a billionaire, I am a person in a field in North Dakota about to be abducted by a UFO.
The ontogeny of a scatterling. No movement toward growth is permitted without interference.
But she kept going nicely inside the final furlong to finish fourth, beaten little more than a length, with subsequent winner Scatterling beside her in third spot.
(2005) 'Scatterlings of East Africa: revisions of Parakuyo identity and history, c.
Written by African native and former part-time soldier Peter Davies, Scatterlings of Africa is an action-packed adventure, set in the early seventies during Rhodesia's war against terror (Rhodesia became Zimbabwe in 1980).
The final chapter assesses the "scatterlings," Anglo-Celts intermingled, "fused with other diasporas"--the "silent success" that Richards calls "one of the greatest achievements of the British exodus" (p.
"I can't believe some of what is out there," says Johnny Clegg, whose seminal South African group Juluka had the international hit "Scatterlings of Africa" in 1982.