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settled in a new location

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Last year, Mamuyac said that ISFs living along Estero de Magdalena were scheduled to be relocated in Pandi, Bulacan.
Well-informed sources in Northwestern Syria reported on Sunday that some of the family members of the gunmen that had been relocated to militant-held regions in Idlib have returned to Damascus province after they were treated violently by local militants.
The firm said that it would continue to offer services to customers from the relocated site, with the exception of clearing and credit related services, which would be provided from the existing site.
Families recently relocated and ready to purchase their first Texas home can contact Karen Rivera to start their first step towards homeownership.
The 13 attorneys and 10 staff personnel had evacuated to Houston, Lafayette and Baton Rouge, La., New York and Boca Raton, Fla.; Shapiro and his family relocated to Boca Raton, and many others have returned to New Orleans.
They told me about their classes, and I answered their questions about relocated Dillard students.
Although scattered throughout the nation, the majority of displaced blacks have relocated to other parts of Louisiana (primarily Baton Rouge), Mississippi, Texas, and Alabama.
He said the selection of where jobs should be relocated to had been left to civil servants rather than development agencies.
No job is sale from the hatchet wielded by the globalist Power Elite: technology--1.2 million jobs lost since 2000; farming--33,000 small farmers out of business since NAFTA became law in 1994; manufacturing--2.3 million men and women left without work in the last 39 months; textiles--440,000 jobs eliminated since 1993; citrus industry--90,000 jobs on the chopping block waiting for the FTAA ax to fall; forest/timber--thousands out of work as mills are closed and relocated to Mexico.
RUC, Copenhagen's post-1968 (and non-traditional) university, was relocated here from Copenhagen city centre in 1972, when it was expected that Roskilde would expand eastwards.
Plastitech Products was a Quebec-based pedal boat manufacturer, which he acquired in 1987 and relocated to North Bay.
Under the 10-year plan, it is estimated that more than 6,500 families will be relocated either permanently or temporarily using vouchers.
Marines Corpsand relocated to Camp Pendleton, California.
A RESIDENTIAL care unit could be relocated to a north Warwickshire school in the wake of plans for a merger at the site.