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expatriate

verb abandon nationality, banish, cast out, change national allegiance, deport, drive from one's native land, eject, exclude, exile, expel, leave one's country, renounce citizenship, renounce rights of citizenship, send away, transport, withdraw from one's native land
Associated concepts: aliens, citizenship, deportation
See also: alien, banish, deport, dislodge, displace, eliminate, exclude, expel, pariah, relegate, remove, seclude
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21) His location in Pictou put him in a position to serve his fellow Scottish expatriots with greater attention than could the merchants of Halifax, and he undertook this role with the diligence of an astute businessman, demonstrating firm religious and Scottish values.
28) The Strahan-Hall correspondence(29) and the work of McDougall and others regarding booksellers' links with America points to the importance of colonial contacts, who were often expatriots.
During her third trip to Japan, Davidson begins to consider staying permanently as an expatriot, but by the end of her fourth trip, she and Ted are certain that will never happen.
These expatriot young people, however, keep close ties with the communities they leave behind, and their anxieties and hopes continue to crop up in local songs.
Wagner-Martin writes: "The pervasive question for the editor of this Seven Decades collection of criticism about the writings of Ernest Hemingway whether he is defined as Michigander, Mid-westerner, expatriot, or resident of Key West, Cuba, Idaho or the world -- is why his writing lasts so well" (4).
This volume, however, commemorates a Tyrolean organ-builder, Johann Konrad Worle (1701-1777), later known by the Italian form of his name, Giovanni Corrado Verle, who worked by far the greater part of his life in Rome, where he was an active member of a group of German expatriots called the Confraternita di S Maria della Pieta.
North American investment has been strong in 2015, led by expatriots looking to grow their businesses and please existing customers in the the region.
Also, before Africanization of administrative positions accelerated, European expatriots remained in important positions.
It sells and distributes to embassies, offices, expatriots, press shops, retail shops, libraries, airports, and hotels.
Thousands of Lebanese expatriots remain trapped within the capital of Abidjan as evacuation efforts remain difficult due to the security situation and the fierce exchanges of gunfire on the road to the airport.
As these expatriots seek new ways to live sustainably viable lives as responsible citizens of the Earth, they become a significant and positive influence in Costa Rica.
In some respects it is rigid, with pronounced differences in the minimum wage expatriots or nationals would work for.