relocate to New York

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  • She continued to live there until she relocated to New York a few years before her death.
  • She quickly relocated to New York City, where she studied theatre and drama.
  • He accepted the job with the bank, and was relocated to New York three years later.
  • After a further three years he relocated to New York City to study writing for theater.
  • She then relocated to New York City where she became a street musician for many years.
  • After the war he found out that his father had indeed survived, and had relocated to New York.
  • He relocated to New York, where half the union's membership lived.
  • In the mid-1960s he relocated to New York City, where he began his musical career.
  • In the same year, however, he relocated to New York.
  • They relocated to New York, again living together as they had done in their formative years.
  • Squirrel Girl is next seen years later, having relocated to New York City.
  • After graduation, he relocated to New York City and began performing in television and theatre.
  • After gaining valuable experience in community theater, she relocated to New York City.
  • She later relocated to New York City, where she currently resides.
  • While the Institute still exists today, its activities have changed since relocating to New York City.
  • The band relocated to New York shortly after forming.
  • Her family relocated to New York City while in her teens.
  • He eventually relocated to New York City, where he designed numerous country houses across Long Island and the region.
  • Ward told Twain he should relocate to New York, where he was going himself.
  • He held a sales position there for a brief period, and then quickly relocated to New York, where he continued his college education.