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use "emigrate" in a sentence

They will remain in a group up to four or five years and thus will emigrate several times throughout their life.

Partition The Partition of India in 1947 led many Sikhs to emigrate, and the Bhat population in the UK was greatly enlarged.

In 1937, the rise of Nazism and
berries have been used for their astringent, carminative, diaphoretic, digestive, diuretic, emetic and stomachic properties.

It was also prescribed for its cathartic and emetic effects.

Some anti-psychotics (above) have anti-emetic properties.

The berries, which are emetic and poisonous, may be found from late summer onwards - green at first, then passing through bright scarlet to a final dark crimson.

Postoperative emetic sequelae occurred significantly more often in those who received lidocaine compared with the group that received saline solution.

There are many ways to alleviate these side effects: Anti-emetic (or anti-sickness) drugs can be used to prevent and control sickness.

So, The Stooges' first album, an antisocial masterpiece of do-it-yourself aggression and raw, nasty, dirty rock and roll, came as a welcome emetic.

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