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  • noun Plural form of emigrant.

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Examples

  • The architect whose 1941 vision of Auschwitz as a dormitory town for German emigrants is reborn in the 21st century as the newtown non-place of Cambourne.

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  • The architect whose 1941 vision of Auschwitz as a dormitory town for German emigrants is reborn in the 21st century as the newtown non-place of Cambourne.

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  • Much of the information provided by historians about early women emigrants is statistical: a relentless array of sex ratios, average ages, marital categories, fertility rates, and occupational profiles, drawn from aggregate data for a broad range of destination areas and extended time periods.

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  • Still, the search for Irish women emigrants is doubly confounded by gender imbalance and a lack of attention to the pre-famine period.

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  • The search for Irish women emigrants is doubly confounded by a lack of attention to the pre-famine period. 46 This trend has already been observed in the general historiography, but it is also true of the writings that deal specifically with Irish female emigration.

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  • Long term emigrants had often lost contact with neighbours who could be asked to vote on their behalf.

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  • I mentioned the brain drain a little earlier, and it seems to be an appropriate subject to raise in Toronto, the preferred destination of so many emigrants from the Territory.

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  • Far more pressing a problem than a loss of emigrants is the ceaseless tide of would-be immigrants which continues to flow to our shores from Vietnam.

    Hong Kong: Myths and Realities

  • It is a pity prospecting emigrants from the East are not aware that Nature has placed so cheap and convenient a weather-glass to their hand.

    Janey Canuck in the West

  • I would like to remind you of a fact which came to my notice within the last three or four days, that in the Colony of Victoria, which is now and has been strongly Protectionist for a number of years, in a period when you have had 600,000 emigrants from the Old Country come into Canada, 'their population has decreased by 6,000.

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