Working in partnership with "World Wildlife Fund," "CARE," "Vitamin Angels," "Opportunity International" and "Light Up the World," Wander
claims to be a "socially responsible" philanthropic travel option.
Amishai-Maisels's interpretation emphasizes that the early depictions of the Wandering Jew legend in the De Brailes Hours and in the Chronica are not about "wandering, but on being forced to remain." (80) Her reading of Matthew's depiction focuses on how Matthew's image roots the Cartaphilus figure in place while Christ moves forward; even the furling of the speech scrolls creating a flow of movement emanating from the Savior that contrasts with the fallen stasis of his interlocutor: "the accursed one does not wander
but stays in place." (81) The value of Amishai-Maisels's critique for our analysis, then, is her attention to movement (or lack thereof) and her emphasis on the legend's temporality.
We ensure that you are getting all that you require so as to have a place with the patterns for your wander
starts at Johnny's Donuts and ends a Wander
Brew Hall, a .62 mile course down Cornwall Avenue in Bellingham.
Since standard risk assessment tools may miss a key wandering or elopement risk factor, it is important that providers never underestimate their residents' propensity to wander
City was developed as an automated, highly scalable city discovery system for finding places, deals and events while 'on the go'.
These mundane tasks are so simple that they require little to no brain capacity to perform, leaving your mind free to wander
on its own, while your bodily reflexes perform the task.
My year wandered
from Shakespeare wandered
from Shakespeare wandered
from Shakespeare summer, the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe.
Yesterday, they appeared for sentencing at the same court where it emerged Duffy had also allowed the boy to wander
off in December.
In the new study, people's minds wandered
more often to pleasant topics than to unpleasant or neutral topics.
1 : to go aimlessly from place to place : wander
<She spent a year rambling around the country.>
Understanding why people with dementia often wander
is difficult, but it is suggested it might be a spontaneous response to a need to be doing something or finding somewhere familiar and safe.
Or these patients may wander
off and slip on treacherous ground, fall into rivers, streams, or ponds, or be hit by automobiles.
, the committee co-chair from Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in Chicago, hopes to beat the April deadline for all recommendations.
And she has every right to wander
around topless in her own home.