2010, R. Todd Felton, A Journey Into Ireland's Literary Revival, ISBN1458785459, page 213:
It provoked criticism for its portrayal of a woman who leaves her marriage for life with a solitary traveler. Irish women did not do those sorts of things, the audiences felt (although the plot came from a story told to Synge on Inis Meain).
2012, Mark Connelly, The IRA on Film and Television: A History, ISBN0786489618, page 212:
Kevin chases after him through a forest and finds the horse with Joseph Maguire (Ian Holm), a poetry-reciting traveler (Irish gypsy).
2012, Maria Pramaggiore, Irish and African American Cinema, ISBN0791480070, page 152:
...settled Irish people of Southern Ireland treat the traveler boys with racist hostility (2001 180–81).
A list and record of instructions that follows a part in a manufacturing process.
(nautical) A metal ring that moves freely on part of a ship’s rigging.
(duplicate bridge) A sheet of paper that is circulated with the board of cards, on which players record their scores.
2008, David Galt, Teach Yourself VISUALLY Bridge, ISBN0470229691, page 263:
At the conclusion of play, the scores from all the travelers get entered into a computer.