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noun as in removal

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The Cowboys, meanwhile, are trying to reduce the potential for an outbreak by relocating coaches and staff whose duties place them in direct contact with players to a hotel.

The experience, though, filled with frequent travel complications, made it necessary for the Class AAA affiliate to relocate.

More than 40,000 people have been forced to relocate from a fifth.

Companies want new hires to relocate as soon as it’s safe, she says, and that’s especially the case for senior leaders.

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So anesthesiologists who are experts at using ventilators are being relocated to intensive care.

Production relocation to Africa and South America have allowed Chinese enterprises to circumvent trade caps.

Lohan recently told BBC News that she is considering a full-time relocation to London.

Maariv, p. 1/NRG Hebrew)  Netanyahu's point man on Bedouin relocation says plan still on track - Maj. Gen. (res.

It is now impossible for such a relocation to happen, but this does not mean it is time to give up the fight.

However a relocation of the royal family to Anglesey would be a huge break with protocol.

Mom's a freelance relocation specialist who helps British people get settled in in San Francisco.

And in making your relocation did you again pass through the graveyard?

This new migration was reinforced by the relocation of entire families.

The precise relocation of our boundary line is needful, and adequate appropriation is now recommended.

The "notice" was already up, the "relocation" of our mine completed beyond recall, and the crowd rapidly dispersing.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relocation, such as: move, remotion, change of address, and change of residence.

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