emigrate

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emigrate

(from some place)( to some place) to move away from a foreign land to a new land. My family emigrated from England to this country over two centuries ago. They emigrated to this country from England.
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He cited 102-year-old Annie Carr, originally from Sunderland, who lives in Sydney on a state pension frozen at PS6 per week when she emigrated to join her only daughter in 1970.
Fujian province, for example, even had whole villages that emigrated together," Zhang Yuehui, an immigration expert, said.
In 2010, 1, 007 persons emigrated from the country and most of them left for Italy, the United States of America and Germany.
Some children who emigrated were sad because they left friends behind.
A German law enforcement agency specialising in politically-motivated crimes has opened an investigation intothe suspected poisoning of a former KGBintelligence agent and his historian wife who emigrated to Berlin earlier this year.
A NORTH East chef who emigrated to France has written a cookbook for English tourists.
AFORMER Coventry couple who emigrated to Canada have recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.
About 50,000 Yemeni Jews emigrated to Israel in an airlift that began in 1949.
The first recipient, 38-year-old cardiologist Norberto Luis Diaz, told Reuters he already had his bags packed for a flight to Spain, retracing in reverse the journey his grandfather made when he emigrated to Cuba in 1916.
Both US presidential hopeful Barack Obama and running mate Joseph Biden are descended from shoemakers who emigrated from Ireland within five weeks of each other, a researcher has said.
He emigrated to the states from communist Hungary in 1986, where he worked at a five star hotel for partner Jozsef Szigeti.
A FORMER Birmingham man is appealing for help in tracing his family nearly 60 years after he emigrated to Australia.
If I were 30 years younger, I would have emigrated.
Then you knew you were unlikely to ever see anyone who emigrated again.