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repatriation

The transfer of a person to their country of origin. While the term could refer to any person regardless of their health status, repatriation is often a euphemism for the shipping of a body back to the person’s home country for burial.
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Thus one repatriate who lost his shoemaking blocks not only lost the tools of his trade but also a link with his past work and life and his means of creating a new one in the Soviet Union.
The reported lack of structure, the informal ad hoc approach to its implementation and the inconsistent value derived from those that are in place may be illustrative of this lack of leadership--as highlighted by Jennex et al (2009) and Chau and Chan (2005)--resulting in an ineffective alignment of post repatriate role allocation with the knowledge and learning acquired.
In 2005, Invitrogen plans to repatriate $115 million and Millipore announced that it will repatriate $500 million in 2005.
I suspect a lot of the [company's] repatriates will leave within 2 years" (Repatriate after 5 years in India).
freeze assets at the request of the United States and lift the freeze to enable the witness defendant to repatriate the assets to the United States;
This result suggests that the repatriate variable is picking up an unmodeled regional fixed effect in the 1968 equations.
To repatriate treatments, wherever possible, is one of our top priorities.
Somehow I felt I had to help and worked with the Sharjah court, the police, and the embalming centre to help repatriate the body.
Arrangements Set to Repatriate 33,000 Sudanese Refugees from Ethiopia
We are looking forward to repatriate around 17 more, hopefully, once their papers are processed at the immigration.
It is our duty to repatriate our citizens and provide them with their identification.
The number of refugees at the Shusha camp, which stabilised at 8,000, aroused discontent among some sides who consider that this stable situation shows a lack of commitment to repatriate refugees.