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migrate between some place and some place else

to change residence from one place to another, perhaps repeatedly. These birds migrate between the north and the south. They migrate between their cottage in the North in the summer and their condo in Florida in the winter.
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migrate (from some place) (to some place)

[for a population] to move from some place to another. The birds all migrate from Europe to Africa. They migrate to Canada from South America.
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This species doesn't migrate, so they were obviously hiding somewhere.
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There are approximately 340 bird species that migrate between wintering grounds in Mexico, Central America, South America and the Caribbean and summer breeding grounds across North America,'' Webb said, citing the Audubon Society's Field Guide to North American Birds as a reference on their species and habits.
Phillip Derfler, FDA General Counsel, who also attended the meeting, said FDA just wanted to reiterate that only FDA's determination of whether a material migrates has "the force and effect of law.
We find, using cell markers, that the transplanted oligos are attracted to the demyelinated lesion, migrate there, and do not grow in any other place.
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Scientists at the University of Toronto and at the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries in Christchurch, New Zealand, compared data on the global distribution of diadromas fish (fish that migrate between the ocean and fresh water) with patterns of primary productivity in various aquatic environments.
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As a modern analog to the large herbivorous dinosaurs of the Cretaceous, Horner points to elephants, which naturally migrate in groups looking for food and water.
USAREUR signed a contract with Quest for products that will be used to migrate the command's 55,000 users on unclassified mailboxes across the European Theatre from Microsoft Exchange Server 5.
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We've all been mightily impressed by monarch butterfiles, those fragile insects that migrate thousands of miles each year.