Who is nomadic?

  • (adj): (of groups of people) tending to travel and change settlements frequently.
    Example: "The nomadic habits of the Bedouins"
    Synonyms: mobile, peregrine, roving, wandering

Some articles on nomadic:

SS Traffic (1911) - Wartime and Postwar
... Traffic and Nomadic were sold to Société Cherbourgeoise Transbordement in 1927, and continued to serve as tenders, but now called on any large vessels using the port ... Minnewaska was involved in another collision two years later, this time with Nomadic on 29 November 1931, during which Nomadic's bow was damaged ... Nomadic and Traffic's owners became Société Cherbourgeoise de Remorquage et de Sauvetage in 1934, and both ships were repainted in the new livery and renamed, Traffic ...
Change Of Xianbei Names To Han Names - Background
... capital was moved to Luoyang, closer to the agricultural Han and away from the nomadic roots ... In 494 nomadic style clothing were abandoned ... In 495 nomadic languages at court were abandoned ...
Aderbissinat
... This has forced many previously nomadic and semi-nomadic people to settle in and around Aderbissinat and other Sahelian towns ... Nomadic Fula cattle-herders also come into town regularly to sell their wares ...
Aïn El Turk - History
... lived there and cohabited There were nomadic people who practice transhumance, wandering between the plains of El Eurfa, Boutlelis and Messreghinn, except in some special ... and Oran, they also sold their products to nomadic tribes, but most of the time they swapped their products with sheep as they supply them with meat ...
Ashes And Snow - The Nomadic Museum
... The Arsenale inspired the architectural concepts of the Nomadic Museum, which debuted in New York in 2005 ... The first Nomadic Museum utilized shipping containers stacked in a checkerboard pattern to create the exterior and interior walls ... The architecture of the Nomadic Museum continued to evolve as the exhibition traveled to Los Angeles in 2006 and Tokyo in 2007 ...