wayfare

wayfare

(ˈweɪˌfɛə)
n
travel
vb (intr)
to travel
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Progress (NASDAQ: PRGS) said that Wayfare is the first service delivery partner across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Her most recent books are The Grand Array: Writings on Nature, Science, and Spirit (2010) and Wayfare (2008).
Ken Wagstaff, wine buyer and manager at Wayfare Tavern, a 100-seat restaurant launched by Chef Tyler Florence in San Francisco, points to Paso Robles producer Foxglove whose value-oriented chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon he believes are ideal for his program.
We caught up with him in the midst of the lunch rush--and a couple of TV crews--at his recently opened Wayfare Tavern in San Francisco.
Pattiann Rogers's Wayfare is her eleventh collection of poetry, and the poems in this book share with the others already discussed here the keen awareness of life as a moment on a continuum of history and of individual existence as a complex negotiation with innumerable other lives.
Continuing along the main road until I came to a very large monster of an agricultural shed on a small holding with 75 meters to the road at Trawsdir pass the wayfare and my next horror is a large dry dock marina.
Wayfare is described by Elkington Hailes as 'not particularly innovative' in their approach to green issues.
This document states that the purpose of the BDRP is to maintain and promote national defense with respect to potential biological wayfare threats.
Production co-president Ben Browning--who came into the company last year after operating Wayfare Entertainment--likens those two films to 2010's "The Social Network.
Grand Array: Writings on Nature, Science, and Spirit (Trinity University Press, 2010) and Wayfare (Penguin, 2008).