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Irish Travellers - Wikipedia


Irish Travellers (Irish: an lucht siúil) also called pavees, or pejoratively referred to as tinkers and gypsies, are a traditionally itinerant ethnic group who maintain a ...

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Protect your personal and business investments with Travelers Insurance. From auto insurance to homeowners or business insurance, we have the solution to ...

Traveller - definition of traveller by The Free Dictionary


trav·el·er. or trav·el·ler n. 1. One who travels or has traveled, as to distant places. 2. often traveller Chiefly British. a. A traveling salesperson. b. A member of any ...

Traveller | Define Traveller at Dictionary.com


Nautical. a metal ring or thimble fitted to move freely on a rope, spar, or rod. Also called horse. the rope, spar, or rod itself. 7. Also, traveler curtain. Theater. a ...

Travellers (2011) - IMDb


Thriller ... Travellers. In My Country. Long Way Down. Beyond Sahara: Riding from Cairo to Cape Town. Travelers. Race to Dakar. Beyond Siberia: Riding the Road of ...

Traveller Collective


For the love of travel and giving back to those that need it most.

Urban Dictionary: traveller


They live in caravans in random fields and leave the place generally in a mess. However there are some good travellers who are given a hard time and a bad ...

traveller - Wiktionary


traveller (plural travellers). One who travels, especially to .... Ireland: member of the nomadic ethnic minority — see Irish Traveller. [show ▽]list and record of ...

Britain's Gypsy Travellers: A People on the Outside | History Today


A wet cold December day at Dale Farm Traveller site in Essex is yet another day spent waiting for a 28-day notice to evict the long established settlement.

Travellers Synonyms, Travellers Antonyms | Thesaurus.com


Synonyms for travellers at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

Traveller was the faithful steed of Confederate general Robert E. Lee during much of the American Civil War. Lee purchased him in 1861 and the grey stallion became a familiar sight to Confederate troops serving under Lee's command. After the war the... More »
Born: 1857, Greenbrier County, Virginia(now West Virginia)
Died: c. 1871