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/ riːˈsɛtəlmənt /


    1. the act or instance of settling or being settled in another place
    2. ( as modifier )

      resettlement procedures

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Example Sentences

Most trafficking survivors are single and many are male says HI, therefore resettlement is, at least in the short term, unlikely.

One responded to an interview request by email, then passed it on to the Office of Refugee Resettlement.

He spent a few weeks at an Office of Refugee Resettlement facility, then was turned over to his uncle in California.

European governments have not welcomed the idea of granting humanitarian resettlement and protection to some of those captives.

On his resettlement in England, he employed himself in revising and enlarging his admirable Martyrology.

Resettlement of the land, and independence of outside food supply, is the only hope of welfare and safety for this country.

America, during the time of my visit, was afraid of taking too strong a lead in the resettlement of Europe.

The resettlement of the area after the massacre was delayed.

It was in this way that she came at last to exercise a decisive voice in the resettlement of Germany, not to say of Europe.


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resettleres gestae