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  • [Side note: Emigration] _The third, most powerful source of lunacy, is Emigration_.

    The Young Priest's Keepsake

  • Sheriff's deputies, including bloodhounds and a helicopter equipped with heat sensing equipment was searching an area south of the home where Elizabeth Smart was kidnapped last night, about five miles, an area called Emigration Canyon.

    CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2002

  • There were several other questions discussed, such as Emigration, Naturalization, Judicial Appeals, Universal Penny Postage, Silver Coinage, etc., but I have already trespassed too much upon your time to deal with those questions, with which you are all familiar.

    The Imperial Conference of 1907

  • At one point I came across a mention of a book published in 1919 called The Italian Emigration of Our Times.

    Uprising

  • Emigration was a big issue in the 1990s, for sure.

    Russia's Communicator in Chief

  • "A True Picture of Emigration"available in modern editions is just that: a fascinating firsthand look at a frontier life that could be rewarding but that was also often marked by hardship and homesickness.

    Five Best: Susan J. Matt

  • Emigration also exacerbates corruption in 3rd world countries.

    Matthew Yglesias » Temporary Protected Status for Haitian Immigrants

  • At one point I came across a mention of a book published in 1919 called The Italian Emigration of Our Times.

    Uprising

  • Emigration also exacerbates corruption in 3rd world countries.

    Matthew Yglesias » Temporary Protected Status for Haitian Immigrants

  • "Emigration is growing," says Gleb Kuznetsov , a 33-year-old political analyst and former campaign manager for ruling party United Russia.

    Why Are They Leaving?

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