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expatriate -- as in: he is an expatriate
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  • In short, I had no peace of my life until he was expatriated, and made (as I afterwards heard) a shepherd of, ’up the country’ somewhere; I have no geographical idea where.
  • ůman as the Worshipful Mr. Creakle, that Twenty Seven and Twenty Eight were perfectly consistent and unchanged; that exactly what they were then, they had always been; that the hypocritical knaves were just the subjects to make that sort of profession in such a place; that they knew its market-value at least as well as we did, in the immediate service it would do them when they were expatriated; in a word, that it was a rotten, hollow, painfully suggestive piece of business altogether.

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  • I, Franklin Hata, retired supplier of home medical goods, expatriate and war veteran and now suburban lap swimmer nonpareil, can operate only provisionally at present, even in the wane of my life.
    Chang-rae Lee  --  A Gesture Life
  • She spent her days developing her skill in the large waves and her nights around a campfire with many other surfing expatriates and hippie characters who had migrated to the shores of Kauai. ladybug and tunas get acquainted
    Bethany Hamilton  --  Soul Surfer

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