from abroad

See: alien, foreign
References in classic literature ?
A SWALLOW, returning from abroad and especially fond of dwelling with men, built herself a nest in the wall of a Court of Justice and there hatched seven young birds.
A RICH Woman having returned from abroad disembarked at the foot of Knee-deep Street, and was about to walk to her hotel through the mud.
The young man had not yet entered either the military or civil service, as he had only just returned from abroad where he had been educated, and this was his first appearance in society.
Recently, the Ministry has faced many difficulties and spent large sums of money to bring back the critically ill patients that need a medical staff from abroad along with assistive devices, as well as cases in which patients being treated abroad died.
will also include anyone who wants to send some culinary greetings from abroad to their friends and relatives in the U.
I can't count the number of times I've spoken with friends or students returning from abroad who exclaim something such as the following: "The people weren't what we expected.
You can access your voicemail from abroad by dialing 123 and setting up a PIN before you leave via the voicemail menu.
First, it gives us the opportunity to buy products from abroad that are better or cheaper than those we can make for ourselves.
stock prices in 1995, which has in the past tended to attract capital flows from abroad.
Among the 250 manufacturers surveyed, 73% said their toughest rivals were in the United States, while only 24% reported their stiffest competition came from abroad.
In 1991, in contrast, foreign-based banks, spurred by a change in reserve requirements, had rapidly expanded their large time deposits in the United States and relied less on inflows from abroad to finance asset growth.