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  • It was also planned to relocate all the local traffic to the wing stations.
  • The goal is to gradually relocate all industries to this and other planned industrial estates.
  • The first action of the plan was to relocate all the remaining kakapo to suitable islands for them to breed.
  • Plans to close the port and relocate all activity to the deepwater facility further downstream at Foynes have been abandoned.
  • Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento is undergoing a major expansion to relocate all major services to one advanced medical campus.
  • A *COMPACT command is provided to relocate all files on disc to a solid block, placing all the free space after it in a second block.
  • In 1899, leaders of the United Church voted to relocate all college-level classes to the Blair campus.
  • The officials had reportedly agreed to relocate all of the necessary equipment to the new Air Space Management Centre in Mogadishu.
  • Flooding and extensive damage to half of the campus forced it to cancel fall semester and try to relocate all of its students to other universities while recovery efforts took place.
  • Residential houses and financial districts are usually safe from the people on violent rampages, since banks relocate all their money to other places and houses aren't a threat.
  • The new office would be part of a modernization plan that relocate all operation to Lincoln and close the Peoria and Springfield offices.
  • The state was expected to decide by 2012 whether to relocate all or part of the workforce back to Waterbury.
  • In 2006, after years of protests by animal rights groups, Split Zoo decided to relocate all of their exotic animals and stop accepting new animals.
  • FEMA, which requested the testing by the CDC, said it would work aggressively to relocate all residents of the temporary housing as soon as possible.
  • In March 1936, the Leningrad Soviet decided to relocate all the city's administration to a new site at the southern end of International Avenue.
  • In September 2000, the government came in to relocate all of the illegal settlers but the settlers fought back stabbing and killing one of the demolition workers.
  • However, LIFT managed to relocate all its Louisiana productions in other parts of the State, including opening a major production center in Shreveport in the far North of the State.
  • However, by the time negotiations started, the CFL had decided to fold or relocate all of its American franchises, and the negotiations with CBS accordingly fell through.
  • The construction takes the inhabitants years to complete, and when it is finished, Canopus tells the planet's representatives, leaders of each of the planet's main disciplines, to relocate all settlements north of the wall to the south.
  • As enacted, the Redevelopment Act required GSA to proceed with redevelopment of the Old Post Office Building and relocate all federal tenants.
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