repatriator

repatriator

(riːˈpætrɪˌeɪtə)
n
(Sociology) a person who repatriates
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Such inclusiveness, grounded in a powerful sense of self as a filmmaker, has earned Angelo a number of awards that include Best Overall Performance and Best Original Screenplay awards for The Repatriator (2005) and Best Documentary for Running with Tradition (2003) at the Tulalip Film Festival in 2006.
Readers will also better understand what kinds of cultural confidence Blackfoot repatriators are seeking and why.
was fixed at a very high level, not related to the economic development of the country (at one naira equal to around US$ 1.50 during late seventies), which proved a boon for profit repatriators and a doom to the economy.