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Synonyms for relocate

move house

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Synonyms for relocate

to change one's residence or place of business, for example

Words related to relocate

become established in a new location

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move or establish in a new location

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On the other side, while responding on the matter, Mayor Shaikh Ansar Aziz cited financial constraints as the major hurdle in the way to relocate said model.
It is worth noting that many global destinations do not actually require people to relocate to that country, but those families can still take advantage of visa-free travel, and key benefits such as education and healthcare," she said.
'The decision to relocate the registry was made in contradiction with Article 121(4) of the Federal Constitution,' he said when tabling the motion.
'If they will relocate informal settlers away from their place of work, where there is no job, no water or electricity, it will be a waste.
Muscat: A leading money exchange house in Oman had to relocate five branches due the prevailing economic conditions, a top official from the firm said.
“I really enjoy working with families that relocate to Texas because I know from personal experience the challenges of relocating to a new state, “ said Karen Rivera who relocated from New Jersey in 1997.
Fashion speciality retailer Nordstrom Inc (NYSE: JWN) announced on Monday that it plans to relocate its full-line store to a new space within Ala Moana Centre, one of Honolulu's premier shopping destinations.
Other obstacles include governmental regulations and the issue of attracting employees to relocate. Sixty-three per cent of the managers surveyed report that spouses or partners of relocated employees struggle to find employment.
WORCESTER - As businesses relocate from one state to another, Massachusetts has had a net loss of businesses over an 18-year period, mostly to states that have a more favorable tax climate and lower business costs, according to a study released today by Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research.
Since the six-month-old government has said that it is seeking to relocate the U.S.
The Iraqi government has decided to relocate the Ashraf camp for refugees, which hosts a number of members of the Iranian opposition group Mujahideen e-Khalq (MeK), according to the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT on Friday.
BUSINESSESS looking to relocate to a central UK location needn't look any further than Coventry thanks to a new website and some partnership working in the city.
This rule applies to all proceedings to relocate the residence of a child under section 61.13001, Florida Statutes.
A PROPOSAL to relocate the hit BBC drama Casualty from Bristol to Wales has "dismayed" local people and will hit the city's economy, an MP has said.
With executives increasingly reluctant to relocate for a new job, employers are being forced to become more proactive and creative in their efforts to persuade top talent to move, according to Salveson Stetson Group, an executive search firm in Radnor, Pa.