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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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Flying up to 3,200km at a time, these birds depend on stopover points along their migration path in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF)--stretching from Australia and New Zealand up to Far North Russia and Alaska--for shelter and to feed.
To analyze the monarchs' migration paths, have students complete the "Migration Map" skills sheet on page T3.
In the previous cases, the guaranteed migration paths could be quite long.
* A high-performance migration path for popular Cobalt Virtex-6 FPGA modules.
Operation Migration takes flight again after FAA exemption The Federal Aviation Administration will allow Operation Migration to continue paying light sport aircraft pilots to guide whooping cranes on a migration path. The FAA is granting a "one-time exemption" and will work on a "more comprehensive, long-term solution." Jan 10, 2012
It allows for a straightforward migration path to 40G or 100G performance and is backwards compatible with existing gigabit or 10G networks.
The reality is that the expansion will be conducted not by military seizure, but by economic and migration path, stated Otunbaeva.Since summer 2010 border troops became part on State committee on National Security of Kyrgyzstan
According to VSN, all interested customers can be offered a migration path to the new versions at affordable prices.
customers a smooth migration path towards next generation technologies such as voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP), Unified Communications (UC) and Open Standards (SIP).
The product, which combines OrecX's Oreka TR Total Recorder application with a 1U, Linux-based rack- mounted server, can record up to 200 simultaneous VoIP sessions The OrecX VoIP Recording Appliance gives small-to-medium businesses a smooth migration path for handling VoIP calls while providing total recording, live monitoring, rule-based selective and sampled recording, or record-on-demand options.
The migration path for these legacy Avaya customers usually entails replacing old Definity G3r processors with S8700-series servers and adding C-LAN and media processor boards.

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