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Noun1.emigree - someone who leaves one country to settle in anotheremigree - someone who leaves one country to settle in another
migrant, migrator - traveler who moves from one region or country to another
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Where, how, and when had this young countess, educated by an emigree French governess, imbibed from the Russian air she breathed that spirit and obtained that manner which the pas de chale* would, one would have supposed, long ago have effaced?
Bruno (David Horovitch) and brother-in-law Leo (Anton Lesser), German exiles to Britain, are planning to sell the New Forest cottage owned by their families when a potential buyer, German emigree Lisa Pendry (Kelly Hunter), arrives bearing a grim burden -- herself a Berliner, as are the property's Jewish vendors, Lisa must apologize for an atrocity, namely the Holocaust, that probably meant her father profiteered from the grievous losses of the German Jews.
Time passes, she learns to sing and lands a job with a theatre troupe working in Paris where she meets gold-digging extrovert Russian emigree Lola (Cate Blanchett), the two of them landing a job with the opera company run by Felix Perlman (Harry Dean Stanton), currently starring arrogant fascist Italian singer Dante (John Turturro).
Herself an emigree (she was expelled from the Moscow Writers Union for her involvement in the Sinyavsky-Daniel affair and currently teaches at Amherst College and Mount Holyoke), she has reappraised Tsvetaeva's commitment to individual freedom, her rejection of the Revolution.
"Emigree Central European Women's Holocaust Life Writing." Comparative Central European Holocaust Studies.
The director is Lenka Udovicki, a 32-year-old emigree from the former Yugoslavia.
As for the attitud e of the emigree businessmen towards their new labour force, they were as dismissive as their Armani-suited descendants 200 years later.
"Emigree Central European Women's Holocaust Life Writing." Thematic Issue New Work in Holocaust Studies.
"Olympia is the child of immigrants, so she understands something about a diaspora," Sherman ("Bent," "A Madhouse in Goa") says of his star, who goes it alone in the play as an 80-year-old Russian-Jewish emigree to the United States.
Blagoi Emanuilov, a senior magistrate in the southern town of Karlovo, said he wanted international genetic tests to be conducted on the bones of a Russian emigree who lived in Bulgaria and called herself Eleonora Albertova.
Interroge sur la production du tapis de Ait-Hichem, il a note que les tisseuses produisent annuellement une moyenne de 100 tapis standards (2/2 metres) qui sont ecoules a travers les differentes manifestations organisees par les direction de la culture des differentes wilayas, par le biais des ministeres pour leurs besoins, ainsi que des touristes de passage et notre communaute emigree. Il a souligne aussi qu'avec l'ex-wali de Tizi-Ouzou, Abdelkader Bouazgui, une tentative d'industrialisation du produit a ete soumise, mais malheureusement aucun industriel n'a souhaite investir un tel creneau.
Chi cosi ti ama was translated to five languages including Hungarian, as early as 1965, and some of her subsequent works have also been translated to Hungarian, making her the only Jewish-Hungarian emigree with some name recognition.