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use "itinerant" in a sentence

It has led an itinerant existence on many preserved railways.

Charles "Ches" McCartney, (1901?-1998) also known as the Goat Man, was a widely-seen itinerant wanderer who traveled up and down the eastern United States from 1930 to 1968 in a ramshackle wagon pulled by a team of goats.

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isthmus escaped into the jungle.

Two new forts were built, one on the isthmus and one on the far end Epipolae plateau at Euryalos.

The Grito was an event that shook the isthmus to the core.

It would take many years for radio to arrive at faraway countries, like in the isthmus of Central America.

A survey of the isthmus and a working plan for a canal were drawn up in 1529. The European political situation and level of technology at the time made this impossible.

1890s - Bedford becomes a train isthmus for the railroad network.

Dionysius responded by building a wooden plank road on the isthmus north of Motya and dragging his triremes to the open sea.

The isthmus between Lake Ladoga and the Finnish border was quite narrow and the important rail junction of Matkaselkä was only ten kilometres from the border.

Gold and silver were brought by ship from South America, hauled across the isthmus, and loaded aboard ships for Spain.

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