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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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As Constable's letter-books make abundantly clear, he and his colleagues were wholly unwilling to engage in financial dealings with unknown companies, nor did he deal with merchant houses in Scotland or in England.(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.(30) Direct personal knowledge of the colonies was not a realistic business objective for most in the book trade in Britain, but the importance of personal and business contacts should not be underestimated in eighteenth-century transoceanic trade.
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.
Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) in May unveiled yet another ham-handed acronym of a bill: The Expatriation Prevention by Abolishing Tax-Related Incentives for Offshore Tenancy (ExPATRIOT) Act.
Unfortunately for Diaz, San Miguel has become a mecca for wayward Yanks, and as he rushes to catch the murderer, Diaz finds Americans everywhere: expatriot artists from LA, bored housewives on vacation, revelers looking for the next good time.
The operator says that regulation of roaming tariffs in Europe would be a "time bomb," "a Trojan horse sent to Europe by Europe," which would be most profitable to Chinese, American and African operators who succeed in Europe by offering services to their expatriot communities.
ExPatriot: Let's wish all these kids with expectations above their station along with the spiv agents who should have no place in football the best of luck in the Blue Square next season.
She details her alienation from the unreal, plastic, racist, bureaucratic, and sanitary culture in which she had landed, describing how she was regarded as an exotic African native, but felt disaffected from the expatriot, status-conscious, African community.
Bouthaina Shaaban is the expatriots minister of Syria.
In this sense, Lawrence's short novel serves as a reminder that "the lost generation" remains as applicable to the winning and losing soldiers stationed in the Rhineland in 1921 as it more famously applies to the expatriots and artists on the Left Bank of Paris so memorably recalled by Hemingway.
With as many as 100,000 Irish-born residents in Birmingham, the city has been targeted by charities wanting to raise awareness of entitlements to expatriots, as potentially having thousands of victims of child abuse.
The fewer expatriots we can have there, the better off we are.
Undoubtedly, many outsiders, including the phalanxes of foreign economic, administrative, health and education advisors, governmental and NGOs, green-peace lawyers, business people, (2) and indeed, the former expatriots who became the citizens of PNG, are married to PNG individuals, have children, property, they all contribute to the coagulation of numerous PNG tribal life-worlds into a semblance of an independent nation state.