large-scale immigration

large-scale immigration

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  • large-scale — adj. Large scale is used with these nouns: ↑agriculture, ↑demonstration, ↑destruction, ↑disaster, ↑emigration, ↑enterprise, ↑entrepreneur, ↑evacuation, ↑exploitation, ↑farmer, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

  • Immigration to Australia — Australian Government poster issued by the Overseas Settlement Office to attract immigrants (1928). Immigration to Australia is estimated to have begun around 51,000 years ago[1] when the ancestors of Australian Aborigines arrived on the… …   Wikipedia

  • Immigration to Greece — Greece is largely an ethnically homogeneous state, and throughout the early period of its modern history it experienced emigration far more than immigration, particularly throughout the mid 20th century owing to the Greek Civil War and The Second …   Wikipedia

  • Immigration — Immigrant redirects here. For other uses, see Immigrant (disambiguation). For the cellular automaton, see Immigration (CA). For the album by Show Ya, see Immigration (album). Net migration rates for 2011: positive (blue), negative (orange),… …   Wikipedia

  • Immigration to Chile — OverviewOver the centuries, Chile has received a number of immigrants from Europe, the Americas and Asia, although not in a large scale as opposed to other countries in Latin America, such as its neighbour Argentina. Today, millions of their… …   Wikipedia

  • Immigration to Spain — The population of Spain doubled during the twentieth century due to the spectacular demographic boom in the 1960s and early 1970s. The birth rate then plunged by the 1980s, and Spain s population became stagnant, its demographics showing one of… …   Wikipedia

  • Immigration to Europe — increased from the 1980s onward, as a result of people from developing countries wanting to escape war, oppression, natural disasters or poverty[1]. Some EU countries saw a dramatic growth in immigration after World War II until the… …   Wikipedia

  • Immigration to Norway — The number of immigrants in Norway is currently approximately 601,000, which corresponds to 12.2 percent of the total population (2011).[1] In addition to these, 213,486 are born in Norway with one immigrant parent, 31,540 are born abroad with… …   Wikipedia

  • immigration — noun 1 coming to live in a country ADJECTIVE ▪ illegal ▪ undocumented (AmE) ▪ legal ▪ large scale, mass, massive …   Collocations dictionary

  • Immigration in Bhutan — The earliest surviving records of Bhutan’s history show that Tibetan influence already existed from the 6th century AD. King Songtsen Gampo who ruled Tibet from AD 627 649 was responsible for the construction of Bhutan’s oldest surviving Buddhist …   Wikipedia

  • Immigration from the former Yugoslavia to Switzerland — …   Wikipedia


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