As she tells the story in her book nomad, she met with liberal and conservative outfits.
At DVF, multiple pompoms adorned floppy knit hats, adding a dose of whimsy to a collection inspired by a mythical "nomad."
Ken ran forward and caught up the nomad's rifle and ammunition belt.
Whatever it was, the thing would know the sting of the nomad's ray.
The nomad tribes of Central Asia search the future in precisely the same way.
But it would be great at that to have her along in the nomad.
Thus they are divided into the settled fishing tribes and the nomad reindeer breeders and hunters.
Ora and Detis were very quiet and preoccupied when they entered the nomad.
At first, when the community is small and nomad, the idea that a stranger has a right to justice is incomprehensible.
There was silence in the city below them and silence in the nomad.
1550s, from Middle French nomade (16c.), from Latin Nomas (genitive Nomadis) "wandering groups in Arabia," from Greek nomas (genitive nomados, plural nomades) "roaming, roving, wandering" (to find pastures for flocks or herds), related to nomos "pasture, pasturage, grazing," literally "land allotted," and to nemein "put to pasture," originally "deal out," from PIE root *nem- "to divide, distribute, allot" (see nemesis).
A database language.
Version: NOMAD2 from Must Software International.
["NOMAD Reference Manual", Form 1004, National CSS Inc, Dec 1976].