kulkuri englanniksi   nomad fi, wanderer fi, tramp fi, rogue fi, glider fi, hobo fi, vagabond fi


*: [S]he had thought to discover a burglar of one or another accepted type—either a dashing cracksman in full-blown evening dress, lithe, polished, pantherish, or a common yegg, a red-eyed, unshaven burly brute in the rags and tatters of a tramp.

: "I cant believe youd let yourself be seen with that tramp."

: "Claudia is such a tramp; making out with all those men when she has a boyfriend."

*: I was so happy on board that ship, I could not have believed it possible. We had the beastliest weather, and many discomforts; but the mere fact of its being a tramp-ship gave us many comforts; we could cut about with the men and officers, stay in the wheel-house, discuss all manner of things, and really be a little at sea.

*: Then I think I conceive of other worlds and vast structures that pass us by, within a few miles, without the slightest desire to communicate, quite as tramp vessels pass many islands without particularizing one from another.

*: Some of these are regular ocean liners; others are casual tramp ships.

*: “Hrrumph,” said the Mate. “Get into uniform right away, we must have discipline here.” With that he stalked off as if he were First Mate on one of the Queens instead of just on a dirty, rusty old tramp ship.

*: The starting place for the tramp is reached over a gravel road that begins on Route 3 about a mile south of Gorham spur.

*: Speaking of knockout panoramas, if you?re fit then consider doing the taxing, winding, 8km tramp up Mt Roy (1578m; five to six hours return), start 6km from Wanaka on Mt Aspiring Rd.

*: The 1½-hour tramp passes through banksia, gum, and wattle forests, with spectacular views of peaks and valleys.

*: "Your last delivery of [[copper ore]] contained half a [[hundredweight]] of tramp metal."http://en-gb.eriez.com/resources/content/en-gb/documents/pdfs/TrampMetalremoval-MiningMagazineOct09.pdf

: We tramped through the woods for hours before we found the main path again.

: to tramp the country

: rfquotek|Jamieson

*: And meet time it was, when yon usher, vinegar-faced rogue that he is, began to inquire what popish trangam you were wearing ...

*: As The Dark Knight Rises brings a close to Christopher Nolan’s staggeringly ambitious Batman trilogy, it’s worth remembering that director chose The Scarecrow as his first villain—not necessarily the most popular among the comic’s gallery of rogues, but the one who set the tone for entire series.

*: Ah, you sweet little rogue, you!

*: Maintaining varieties also requires selection, however. Its usually referred to as culling or roguing. ...we examine the [plant] population and eliminate the occasional rogue.

*: In the minds of Republican hard-liners, the "Silent Majority" of Americans who had elected the President, and even Nixons two Democrat predecessors, China was a gigantic nuke-wielding rogue state prepared to overrun the free world at any moment.

*: Maintaining varieties also requires selection, however. Its usually referred to as culling or roguing. ...we examine the [plant] population and eliminate the occasional rogue.

: rfquotek|Cudworth

: rfquotek|SpenserWebster 1913

*: Then I went into the backyard, which had a flower-covered arbor, a small garden wall, and room behind it for a garden. Swings and gliders adorned the yard.

*: Avoid bulky styles such as duffle sacks, buckets, doctors satchels, and hobos.

: Joe idly hoboed through half the country till he realized hoboing never gets you anywhere in life.

*: A fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be.

*: To heaven their prayers / Flew up, nor missed the way, by envious winds / Blown vagabond or frustrate.

*: Truly, the worships of the Mystery wandered as did men, and between filchings and borrowings the gods had as vagabond a time of it as did we.----

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