hither and

hither and

thither/yon
In or to many places; here and there: looked hither and thither for the ring; ran hither and yon.
See also: and, hither
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com)-- New York-based Hither and Thither Adventures, LLC is pleased to announce an incredible Vinyasa Yoga and Wine Retreat in Tuscany, Italy, May 26 to June 1 (7 nights) for only $1,650 U.
They are blown hither and yon by political winds and end up professing different principles from one day to the next.
From what I read, your organization has all these fellows flying hither and yon.
HOUSTON - The story of Milton Bradley is no longer one of temper tantrums, ill-timed ejections and baseball equipment thrown hither and yon.
I order you to completely obey your commanders and not to go hither and thither.
The fact that social constructivists can object to "rationality" while using the Internet and flitting to conferences hither and yon boggles the mind.
They discovered, of course, people very like themselves, who want to make a good life for their families, work in ordinary jobs and who have children pulling them hither and thither for football matches and school projects.
Core groups of friends from college days are still intact, even though the gang has splintered hither and yon.
Still, in the world around him there were numerous visual distractions of uncertain mean as a disparate chorus of men and women which passed hither and yon in casual illogical patterns.
Stringing miles of colored lights from top to bottom and hither and yon--what a chore that would be
Eli brings hope to the professional security officers struggling to maintain a reasonable level of security for an enterprise with hundreds of distance offices, telecommuters and travelers moving hither and yon across the globe.
How can the average Southern California commuter, living hither and yon and working anywhere from Irvine to Oxnard, get another body into the car?
There would be a new, sudden need for military liaison officers stationed hither and yon, and military outposts where up-and-coming colonels could "consult" and "study" with their Italian counterparts.
RON Deaton, the David Copperfield of Los Angeles, completed another stunning magic trick Wednesday, pulling park projects out of thin air and dispersing money hither and yon with a wave of his little wand.