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re·lo·cate

 (rē-lō′kāt)
v. re·lo·cat·ed, re·lo·cat·ing, re·lo·cates
v.tr.
To move to or establish in a new place: relocated the business.
v.intr.
To become established in a new residence or place of business: relocated in Ohio.

re′lo·ca′tion n.
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Adj.1.relocated - settled in a new location
settled - established in a desired position or place; not moving about; "nomads...absorbed among the settled people"; "settled areas"; "I don't feel entirely settled here"; "the advent of settled civilization"
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Poftak, research director at Pioneer Institute, said the data do not show what types of businesses relocated from other states to Worcester.
According to demonstrators, only members of the MeK should be relocated from the camp, which houses 3,500 Iraqis.
"In all, our CPU was only down for about two days (but ATMs and other systems kept working), and that mainframe computer system is now relocated to an area that is not hurricane-prone," explains Frady.
Under a stipulation in the employment contract that accommodated an executive who sold his home and relocated to the new job site, the employer was required to purchase the executive's new home in the event of termination.
I could not imagine that, two months later, my campus would be under eight feet of water and my students relocated to institutions all over the country.
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