relocation

[ ree-loh-keyt, ree-loh-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF relocation

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This would be immediately after the relocation of the mine and the driving off of Cochise.

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

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

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

Often when easy gold became scarce a claim was abandoned and open to relocation.

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