- n. Plural form of relocation.
“After the earthquake of 1984 in Mexico City, there was a general shift in population and many areas in the country witnessed a marked increase in their population with all the relocations from the D.F. This trend was particularly difficult for many Pàtzcuarenses to accept.”
“Although many of the new measures cannot be made public, they will involve short-term relocations for some staff while additional security is being put in place," said Michele Montas, chief spokesperson for UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.”
“The announcement of "short-term relocations" of about 600 of the UN's 1,100 workers came one week after the Taliban killed five UN international staff during a brazen pre-dawn assault on a guest house where they were staying.”
“The guide insisted the relocations were a success and the environmental challenges were being overcome.”
“The relocations will be the hardest part,' Fowler responded calmly.”
“Senior partner Stuart Popham says the recent glut of big-name relocations is a continuation of a longstanding firm policy.”
“The system operates to discourage changes such as relocations and the entry of new firms, and its performance depends on established companies in cooperation with local and national banks ...”
“Commitments to such revenue pools need to address many issues that have yet to arise, such as relocations for employment, decline of incomes, limited credit availability and increasing anxiety and depression.”
“Such 'relocations' have already taken place, for instance, in Kiribati, a tiny island nation in the Pacific Ocean.”
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