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Here at Athens there is a dearth of the commodity, and all wisdom seems to have emigrated from us to you.
He is more inclined to believe that the expulsion of the foe from England was synchronous with widespread victories by the allies upon the continent, and that the people of England merely emigrated from their ruined cities and their devastated, blood-drenched fields to the mainland, in the hope of finding, in the domain of the conquered enemy, cities and farms which would replace those they had lost.
With the exception of the surgeon and one of the three young gentlemen from the University, who had engagements elsewhere, the visitors at Windygates had emigrated southward to be present at the marriage.
My next place was in Canada, with an officer's wife: gentlefolks who had emigrated.
Rats and mice, and such small gear, had long ago been starved, or had emigrated to better quarters: and, in their stead, appeared gloves, bands, scarfs, hair-pins, and many other little devices, almost as ingenious in their way as rats and mice themselves, for the tantalisation of mankind.
Haldin, at her son's wish, would have set fire to her house and emigrated to the moon without any sign of surprise or apprehension; and that Miss Haldin-- Nathalie, caressingly Natalka--would have given her assent to the scheme.
pioneer of civilisation emigrated to an estate three hundred miles
But even the Shakers emigrated from England; our country is not unknown to Mr.
asked Miss Potterson, as though supposing her to have emigrated.
He emigrated to America, Sir, in consequence of being too much sought after here, to be comfortable; and has never been heard of since.
He had emigrated to America when he was a very young man.
Reports suggest Mr Amatt, who served with the Lancashire Fusiliers during World War II, would have lost PS65,000 in pension payments had he emigrated when he and wife Rosemary, who died six years ago, considered the move in 1981.