emigree


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Synonyms for emigree

someone who leaves one country to settle in another

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The painter Rougena Zatkova, who was like Kuhn an emigree, (14) was also a student of Balla's studio II Convento during the war years, along with her friend Benedetta.
Bronson filled Holley's social calendar to overflowing, providing entry to New York society, famous characters like former Governor and current Vice President Daniel Thompkins, the celebrated French emigree Baron Nicolas Quinette, portrait artist James Trumbell, and Nathaniel Prime, one of the wealthiest men in the country.
Against this backdrop, an unlikely friendship forms between Maud, a reserved and impoverished Englishwoman, and wealthy Russian emigree Tanya and Yvette, a streetwise Parisian model.
An unlikely friendship forms between Maud, wealthy Russian emigree Tanya and Yvette, a streetwise Parisian model.
Against this backdrop, an unlikely friendship forms between Maud, a reserved and impoverished Englishwoman, wealthy Russian emigree Tanya and Yvette, a streetwise Parisian model.
This is the occasion when Glover, holding forth in the Lowrys' kitchen about the failings of the Republican forces in Spain, found himself bailed up with a carving knife by emigree novelist Greville Texidor.
Daniel's language, suggestive both of Marcel Proust (Remembrance of Things Past) and Anne Bronte (The Tenant of Wildfell Hall), makes clear that the emigree Vera has no competitors for her story.
Nadia, 26 ans, emigree depuis 2003, nous raconte comment fonctionne ce programme et comment elle a pu en beneficier :
12) Les stimulateurs de ces echanges furent notamment Maurice Schumann lors de sa visite en septembre 1911, Denis Vaugeois, Jean Marchand, l'une des trois colombes emigree a Ottawa en septembre 1965 et Robert Bourassa, premier ministre du Quebec alors, etc.
32) Mabel Dodge, Stein's friend and compeer emigree, wrote a review in 1913 of Stein's experimental writing, describing "perceptions, conditions, and states of being, never before quite consciously experienced" which she associated with Bergson's theory of intuition (28).
PLENTY has been said about England's South African-born quartet and one emigree will be under particularly close scrutiny when he walks out to bat at The Wanderers today, writes James Milton.
But nothing was done until 1919 when Owen confessed to living with a Barnardo's emigree.