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synonyms for repatriation

  • reconstruction
  • recovery
  • refurbishment
  • rehabilitation
  • reinstatement
  • renewal
  • renovation
  • revival
  • cure
  • healing
  • instauration
  • recuperation
  • redemption
  • reimbursement
  • rejuvenation
  • remedy
  • reparation
  • replacement
  • restitution
  • return
  • revivification
  • reanimation
  • redintegration
  • reinstitution
  • reinvigoration
  • remodeling
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antonyms for repatriation

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  • destruction
  • disease
  • penalty
  • abolition
  • neglect
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How to use repatriation in a sentence

She would lead the repatriation team, but because she didn’t speak English, Johnny would stick close and be her intermediary with Mike, as the team called the American private detective.
OPERATION FOX HUNT: HOW CHINA EXPORTS REPRESSION USING A NETWORK OF SPIES HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHTBY SEBASTIAN ROTELLA AND KIRSTEN BERGJULY 22, 2021PROPUBLICA
For years, covert repatriation squads from China have tracked their targets in all manner of quintessentially American settings, from quiet housing tracts to suburban chain restaurants to immigrant business districts.
OPERATION FOX HUNT: HOW CHINA EXPORTS REPRESSION USING A NETWORK OF SPIES HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHTBY SEBASTIAN ROTELLA AND KIRSTEN BERGJULY 22, 2021PROPUBLICA
The Met has been embroiled in repatriation disputes, and those will continue to pile up.
NEW DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART ASKS GOOD QUESTIONS, BUT NOT ENOUGH TOUGH ONESPHILIP KENNICOTTMAY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In India, Hasina Kharbhih has used repatriation and compensation to rescue 72,000 women and children from trafficking across the region.
4 QUIET PANDEMICS WE NEED TO BEATSEAN CULLIGANMARCH 28, 2021OZY
That strategic shift may include embracing the LANDBACK movement, an effort to demand full repatriation of wealth and lands stolen from Native peoples across America.
THE NATIVE AMERICANS CHANGING THE WORLDNICK FOURIEZOSMARCH 17, 2021OZY
Now there’s a growing movement for repatriation of these items.
AUTHENTICITY VERSUS LONGEVITY FOR PRESERVATION: WHICH MATTERS MORE?NICK FOURIEZOSDECEMBER 11, 2020OZY
In June 1907 the repatriation of the Chinese coolies began; it was completed in February 1910.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 15, SLICE 4VARIOUS
The Government declined to make any arrangement for their repatriation.
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They were also making arrangements for the repatriation of the Coolies.
CHITTA RANJANSUKUMAR RANJAN DAS
My misgivings seem to be proving true, and repatriation is more likely to prove compulsory than voluntary.
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