Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun migration out of country or territory; emigration.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another)

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Examples

  • A Journal editorial would correctly point out the terrible incentive impacts and the harm that would be done, focusing on out-migration from the state, lower effort by those taxed, and the impact on businesses within the state as spending dropped.

    Strong Opinions Over Wisconsin's Public Union Brawl

  • Before you say they could easily raise taxes, consider: California has been experiencing net out-migration for a few years now, and will be losing seats in the 2010 census.

    Matthew Yglesias » Big Change

  • President Obama certainly does not have a chance to study the flawed methodology of value-added models and why they are causing an out-migration of talent from schools where it is more difficult to raise test scores.

    John Thompson: The Obama Paradox

  • At least in part as a result of black out-migration, well-documented in a series of reports by the Urban Strategies Council, the black population in Oakland has plummeted by 25 percent, and declined even more in the Oakland schools.

    Louis Freedberg: Teachers and the Two Faces of Protest in Oakland

  • At least in part as a result of black out-migration, well-documented in a series of reports by the Urban Strategies Council, the black population in Oakland has plummeted by 25 percent, and declined even more in the Oakland schools.

    Louis Freedberg: Teachers and the Two Faces of Protest in Oakland

  • President Obama certainly does not have a chance to study the flawed methodology of value-added models and why they are causing an out-migration of talent from schools where it is more difficult to raise test scores.

    John Thompson: The Obama Paradox

  • You would even begin to see substantial out-migration, though its very difficult for Americans to migrate to other countries, though I guess you could always sneak into Mexico.

    Matthew Yglesias » GDP Maximizing Policies

  • As 30 percent of the land in Detroit became vacant through out-migration and the clearing away of old houses, factories and buildings, people began to “adopt” small plots of land to grow their gardens.

    Why I Garden

  • Such factors include availability of vacant land for construction, changing household size, composition of age groups, birth and death rates, in - and out-migration of residents, and the annual number of residential building permits.

    2009 March 06 « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • At least in part as a result of black out-migration, well-documented in a series of reports by the Urban Strategies Council, the black population in Oakland has plummeted by 25 percent, and declined even more in the Oakland schools.

    Louis Freedberg: Teachers and the Two Faces of Protest in Oakland

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