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  1. Migrated

    of Migrate

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of migrated in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of migrated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of migrated in a Sentence

  1. Gilbert Police Chief Ty Techar:

    Many birds have not migrated south, so it appears to be more prevalent than in past years, younger birds' livers can not handle the toxins as efficiently as more mature birds.

  2. David Newstat:

    I'm trying to go to the store, to Target, and I'm coming back home, and I'm being berated by Nazis, my grandfather was a survivor. Other members of my family were survivors of the Holocaust and migrated to the U.S. after. It's very sad to see people like this can be so ignorant and can have so much hatred built up in their hearts.

  3. United States:

    From the most recent industry discussions I've participated in, it appears most United States home security dealers have migrated 100 % or very close to 100 % of their subscribers so it's not on most providers' to-do lists any longer.

  4. Nicola Pocock:

    A lot of them return to poor rural areas and find limited job opportunities, which is why they migrated in the first place.

  5. Leonardo Sakamoto:

    We can't say things are better, or that slave labor has migrated to the cities, and it's almost impossible to calculate numbers, slave labor is like Silly Putty. Every time you squeeze it, it assumes a different form.

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