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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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7) Camillo Pilotto played leading roles in two other Italian colonial films of the 1930s: II grande appello (1936), where he is projected as a licentious expatriot outcast in the French colony of Djibouti, and the epic Scipione l'Africano (1937).
In the aftermath of the blaze, the large expatriot community in Mijas rallied round to help victims of the fire and held a charity concert to raise money.
Meanwhile, the telephone lines are still open to the British public up to and including Tuesday, July 6, and the Council have urged any British citizen or indeed any British expatriots who want to see the British Treasury reverse its position to make their opinions known.
A special Saturday School for children of Japanese expatriots living in the Cincinnati is operated through Northern Kentucky University.
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Clarke compares Pons and Fleischmann to the Wright brothers, pointing out that both pairs became expatriots in France.
In simplistic terms, the image of Brazilian cinema was personified and popularized by one of its expatriots who made it big in Hollywood, Carmen Miranda.
And I do know from my time in Canada that there is a vast colony of expatriots who would love the chance to see these players.
In 1972, 20 American trade pioneers attended the fair and quickly were lost among the 21,000 attendees, mostly Chinese expatriots from Hong Kong.
Expatriots in their own country, the newcomers have a keener need to show attachment, belonging, knowledge of their whereabouts.
Bouthaina Shaaban is Syria's minister for expatriots.
The "Confederados" were Southern expatriots, but the also were former Americans, and the latter, sometimes more so than the former, seems to have been a source for their acceptance and status in Brazil.