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1. During the early sixth century emigration from Britain to Brittany was at its height.
2. Emigration has notably increased over the past five years.
3. Increase in population made emigration necessary.
4. The emigration of scientists is a catastrophe for the country.
5. They drag on from generation to generation and emigration to Britain makes very little difference.
6. The government office had consequently delayed issuing an emigration passport.
7. But emigration to the United States had made this restriction anachronistic and so the Liberal government altered the law.
8. Sandys was able to keep up emigration, but death and discouragement meant the population hardly rose above 1,000.
9. Emigration Emigration and tourism have long been the main contributors to the economy of Madeira, emigration being the older.
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10. Both emigration and internal migration became increasingly controlled.
11. In the mid 1970s Soviet emigration policies became more lenient.
12. No precise official figure on emigration exists before the end of the nineteenth century.
13. Emigration abroad was also high; a net loss of about 1.2 million between 1841 and 1911.
14. The authorities have failed so far to enact a law allowing unrestricted emigration.
15. He called for a halt to the recent wave of emigration.
16. The President has called for a halt to the wave of emigration.
17. Total growth also includes the balance of immigration and emigration.
18. These same governments have been and continue to be the cause of mass unemployment and emigration.
19. But why should the inevitable response to a problem in one country be permanent emigration to the other side of the world?
20. Henry, who later became the amiable vicar of Cannington[sentencedict.com], was never a likely recruit to idealistic schemes for emigration.
21. If Britain's economy were to collapse at some future point, there would be mass emigration once more.
22. There were very marked peaks in September and April, and both emigration and immigration was noted at each season.
23. Recent reports stressed that training and education would be a stimulus to emigration.
24. Three pairs of young lovers walked by, hand in hand, whispering dreams of emigration.
25. In 1921, there was a huge increase in the emigration and physical extinction of households.
26. The country's economic future is seriously jeopardized by the mass emigration of young people.
27. The family might be too poor to help, or not available due to death or emigration.
28. General Booth's Salvationist doctrine was a notable example, recommending mass emigration from the city slums to virgin colonial territories.
29. Michael Joyce had not suffered financial ruin by his second emigration.
30. For this reason, an increase in population density often precipitates a round of emigration.
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