relocate from

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  • One hundred and fifty families would have been relocated from their current homes.
  • They are easily relocated from one bay or field to another as the required water level is reached.
  • Most of the students relocated from their public schools to community Freedom Schools.
  • The post office opened that same year as did the town's first church, having relocated from nearby.
  • It was settled in the early 19th century, when residents relocated from nearby islands.
  • Students may relocate from campus to campus while continuing their academic program.
  • People sometimes relocate from one country to another, either permanently or on a limited-time basis.
  • Many similarly-historic houses have been relocated from their original sites.
  • The family eventually relocate from The city to country town Summer Bay.
  • The family started experience strange events shortly after the death, and relocated from their prior home to the apartment to escape them.
  • This time also saw businesses begin to relocate from downtown to the main highway.
  • Almost the entire population were relocated from other parts of Iraq to work in state-run industries.
  • It subsequently added other pioneer buildings relocated from around the Toronto area.
  • Aboriginal people from the region were gradually drawn or relocated from their traditional lands into the mission settlement.
  • His father's job required the family to frequently relocate from one city to another during his schooling days.
  • Two venues to be developed outside central London have been also relocated from the original bid sites.
  • Local communities have been relocated from their land in order for the development of coal resources to commence.
  • Subsequently, the next year's edition of the festival was relocated from the Fortress.
  • Some arts groups or arts practitioners choose to relocate from the old industrial buildings as a result.
  • They soon after relocated from Chapel Hill to Greensboro, where they now live.
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