déraciné

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déraciné

(derɑsine)
n
(Sociology) a person who has been uprooted from his or her native environment or society
adj
(Sociology) uprooted from one's native environment or society
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Deux experiences limites ou l'etre humain se trouve deracine, expulse, embastille, loin des siens.
Deracine wastes too much time early on asking you to complete basic challenges before any sense of the sinister storyline kicks in.
With Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Deracine already announced as new titles and Metal Wolf Chaos getting a re-release on PC, the odds of an Armored Core game being announced are incredibly slim.
So, all that could be derived from political philosophy by way of suggestion is that a deracine Chagossian could move westward, perhaps even to the UK or to the US.
In Driving by Starlight, Anat Deracine's noteworthy debut, 16-year-old Leena is the top student in her Saudi Arabian high school, but with her father in jail for sedition and no money in the bank, her future looks bleak.
Diaw (2000) 'Le baobab a ete deracine: l'alternance au Senegal', Politique Africaine 78 (2): 157-79.
J'aimerais vous donner une illustration quant a tout ce chamboulement que ressent un deracine. Vous savez combien il est important pour un enfant de nourrir son imaginaire.
For over 40 years I have been a kind of deracine', says Lee Ufan (b.