By SARAH LYALL
For many recent superwealthy foreign buyers, London is just a stop in a peripatetic international existence.
And it’s of course the reverse too, a window onto Poland from the outside. Warsaw is where Chopin spent roughly half his life. He moved to the city from the countryside as an infant when his father, Nicolas, started teaching French at the Warsaw Lyceum, then established himself as a homegrown prodigy at the keyboard and as a composer.
There are plans to feature additional peripatetic role models in another installment of the campaign later in the year, to promote the Rockport fall and winter line.
Pushkin showed promise as a poet during his years as a student in a lyceum for young noblemen.
MSS=Manuscripts (plural of MS)
MATSUMOTO, Japan — As classical music lovers in New York and New England fret over the fitness of James Levine to start a demanding season at the Metropolitan Opera and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, grave concern over the health of another peripatetic maestro has spread to three continents. Like Mr. Levine, Seiji Ozawa has had a series of ailments in recent years, including pneumonia, shingles, sciatica and, this year, cancer of the esophagus.
松本，日本 - 作為古典音樂愛好者，在紐約和新英格蘭的煩惱在健身詹姆斯列文，開始要求賽季在大都會歌劇院和波士頓交響樂團，嚴重關注健康的另一巡迴大師已經蔓延到三大洲。萊文先生一樣，小澤徵爾已經有了一系列的疾病，近年來，包括肺炎，帶狀皰疹，坐骨神經痛和今年，癌症的食道。
Definition of peripatetic
Origin:late Middle English (denoting an Aristotelian philosopher): from Old French peripatetique, via Latin from Greek peripatētikos 'walking up and down', from the verb peripatein
travelling around to different places, usually because you work in more than one place:
a peripatetic music teacher
1. Moving or traveling from place to place.
2. Of or related to walking, moving, or traveling.
3. Of or related to Aristotle: his philosophy or his teaching method of conducting discussions while walking about.
1. An itinerant
2. A follower of Aristotle.
From Latin peripateticus, from Greek peripatetikos, from peripatein (to walk about, to discourse while pacing as did Aristotle), from peri- (around) + patein (to walk). Ultimately from the Indo-European root pent- (to tread) that also gave us words such as English find, Dutch pad (path), Hindi path (path), French pont (bridge), and Russian sputnik (traveling companion)
"With his back to goal in a crowded space, the peripatetic Frenchman [Nicolas Anelka] deftly chipped the ball over his shoulder, and into the net for the equalizer." — Rob Hughes; Michel Platini Set to Make Plea to Cut Influence of Money in UEFA; International Herald Tribune (Paris, France); Feb 15, 2009.
- per • i • pa • tet • ic
- peripatetics (複数形)
1 （仕事で）歩き回る, 巡回する；行商の.
3 ((P-))アリストテレス［ペリパトス, 逍遥(しょうよう)］学派の.
3 ((P-))アリストテレス［ペリパトス, 逍遥］学派の人.
- Walking about or from place to place; traveling on foot.
- Peripatetic Of or relating to the philosophy or teaching methods of Aristotle, who conducted discussions while walking about in the Lyceum of ancient Athens.
- One who walks from place to place; an itinerant.
- Peripatetic A follower of the philosophy of Aristotle; an Aristotelian.
[Middle English peripatetik, from Latin peripatēticus, from Greek peripatētikos, from peripatein, to walk about, or from peripatos, covered walk (where Aristotle allegedly lectured) : peri-, peri- + patein, to walk.]
- 発音記号[laisíːəm | -síəm]
1 ((米古風))文化会館, ホール.
3 ((L-))アリストテレス学派, 逍遥(しょうよう)派.
4 ＝lycée.［ラテン語←ギリシャ語Lýkeion （lýkeiosアポロの＋-on名詞語尾＝アポロの神殿の近くの場所）. △LYCÉE］
- 発音記号[liséi | líːsei]