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mi·gra·tion

 (mī-grā′shən)
n.
1. The act or an instance of migrating.
2. A group migrating together.
3. Chemistry & Physics
a. The movement of one atom or more from one position to another within a molecule.
b. The movement of ions between electrodes during electrolysis.

mi·gra′tion·al adj.
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Adj.1.migrational - of or related to migrationmigrational - of or related to migration    

migrational

adjective
Moving from one habitat to another on a seasonal basis:
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Engineers registered with PEC will now be considered at par as world class competent professionals and will not be evaluated for any migrational assessment for their degrees and will be eligible for professional jobs outside in the developed countries.
These stories describe how each clan came to be, whether they descended from humans or totemic ancestors, and also their respective migrational histories that legitimated settlement on a given piece of land.
Profilai Migrational Extins al Republicii Moldova, 2008-2013, Raport analitic.
The findings in the brain included focal minimal parasagittal and parietal pachygyria, glioneuronal heterotopias, neuronal migrational abnormalities, hypomyelination of central white matter, and mineralizing lenticulostriate vasculopathy with focal gliosis in basal ganglia and thalamus.
Dragulin, Sabin (2011), "Fluxul migrational din perspectiva istorica.
These migrations are constant and duplicate from specimen to specimen and column to column, thus allowing this migrational difference to be a definitive interpretive factor in the identification and differentiation of these three hemoglobins.
As one of the future projections it is proposed, within the framework of the Migrational Pedagogy (iv) (Apsalyamova & Gorbacheva, 1997), a study on the manifestation of the cultural identity crisis in the post-Soviet population, between her Belarusian, both immigrant, as a resident in the country of origin.
It is possible that two further migrational pulses from Asia contributed to populations speaking Eskimo-Aleut languages and to the Canadian Chipewyan people, who speak a Na-Dene language (Goebel et al.
This migrational methodology will be familiar to most interdisciplinary legal scholars: theoretical knowledge from non-legal fields is adopted and applied to legal issues; empirical knowledge from one field of law migrates to another.
Migrational, diaspora and identity, by Tsolidis, Georgina Editor, Springer, New York:, 2014.
She begins discussing the evolution of Naples as protagonist of film and later examines the cross-national and cross-cultural natures through migrational experiences between the two cities.