In poor-laws. A "transient person" is not exactly a person on a journey from one known place to another, but rather a wanderer ever on the tramp. Middlebury v. Waltham, 6 Vt. 203; Londonderry v. Landgrove, 66 Vt. 264, 29 Atl. 256. In Spanish law. A "transient foreigner" is one who visits the country, without the TRANSIRE 1168 TRAUMA intention of remaining. Yates v. lams, 10 Tex. 170.
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