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  • noun Alternative form of expat.

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Examples

  • She is an ex-pat of American and Filipino descent, who moved with her husband and large family to Ubud, Bali in 1993.

    Jim Luce: Balinese Natural Birthing Center Threatened by Global Downturn

  • She is an ex-pat of American and Filipino descent, who moved with her husband and large family to Ubud, Bali in 1993.

    Jim Luce: Balinese Natural Birthing Center Threatened by Global Downturn

  • There it is: see? the folks in South Dakota are providing us with a valuable service, saving the country money because we don't use Medicare, filling the coffers of Clay County, reducing ex-pat frustration and lowering our blood pressure.

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  • Insurance for the world traveler or ex-pat used to be an exotic affair -- treated as an "unusual risk" and covered by "surplus line" insurers.

    Insurance: Don't Leave Home Without It

  • There it is: see? the folks in South Dakota are providing us with a valuable service, saving the country money because we don't use Medicare, filling the coffers of Clay County, reducing ex-pat frustration and lowering our blood pressure.

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  • Foreign tourists, international business people/investors, ex-pat retirees, are often perceived as people with extra disposable income, who have the privilege of being able to weigh their options.

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  • There it is: see? the folks in South Dakota are providing us with a valuable service, saving the country money because we don't use Medicare, filling the coffers of Clay County, reducing ex-pat frustration and lowering our blood pressure.

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  • There it is: see? the folks in South Dakota are providing us with a valuable service, saving the country money because we don't use Medicare, filling the coffers of Clay County, reducing ex-pat frustration and lowering our blood pressure.

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  • I understand Columbia has a niche following on ex-pat forums, but for those unfamiliar with the area and who want to get across the border as quickly as possible and on the most direct route to their ultimate destination ---- whether heading south from San Antonio or north from Monterrey --- Bridge II in Nuevo Laredo is the most practical choice.

    Laredo Int'l Bridge I and II

  • Not a lot of market out there right now for $400K+ luxury condos but there is a growing market down here for affordable housing that is set up right to appeal to the retiring ex-pat market I believe.

    Have the economy and swine flu affected you?

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