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migration

the movement of people into (immigration) and out of (emigration) a country that serves to increase or decrease the country's POPULATION and labour force. For example, immigration was an important factor in the early colonization of Australia and New Zealand, and the USA and Canada.
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In the third of its Pan-Africa Profiles, based on recent public-opinion surveys in 34 African countries, Afro Barometer reports that, on average, about one in five Africans say they have thought 'a lot' about migrating, and 3% say they are taking concrete steps to leave, such as obtaining a visa.
Number of millionaires migrating to UAE third highest in the world
"Our findings are the first reliable proof that nocturnally active insects can use the Earth's magnetic field to guide their flight when migrating over 1,000 kilometers.
However, locals have started migrating to other areas as fodder for their cattle is all consumed before the expected time.
There are fmain lands in Pakistan that are available for migrating political birds, which can perhaps be named as Tehreek land, Peoples land, Noon Land and Q land.
Going forward, Fujitsu will continue to offer a variety of services supporting the business lifecycle of customers through SAP systems, especially in deploying and migrating to SAP S/4HANA, the next-generation ERP supporting digital businesses.
Migrating birds that pass through Bahrain in the winter have started flying in, but the numbers and varieties have severely reduced due to rapid urbanisation and environmental conditions.
This easy-to-read guide is for anyone in a library that is considering migrating to a new cataloging system or electronic resource management system.
By: Mona Ahmed CAIRO -- 23 November 2017: About 350 species of migrating birds come to Egypt across the Red Sea to find a resort in its islands.
This guide shows librarians how to address the technical and conceptual challenges of migrating services, records, and types of data using existing staff and commonly available technical resources.
Life History Revelations--Several species of trout along with Atlantic salmon live an anadromous lifestyle, migrating to the ocean to feed on abundant resources, then returning to a home stream to spawn.
These neurons transiently assume a multipolar shape in the intermediate and subventricular zones (IZ/SVZ), frequently changing their direction of migration (5) before radially migrating towards the pial surface.