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Zahau, who immigrated with her sister to America from Myanmar, lived in New York and California before moving to Phoenix with her then-husband in 2007.
After saying his full name, Cruz told the story of his father, who immigrated to the United States from Cuba.
Most of the Mandaeans and other refugees who immigrate to San Antonio live in a Northwest Side neighborhood off Medical Center Drive in the district of City Councilman Manny Pelaez.
Shein, who immigrated from Russia in 1993, also took offense to Young saying that armed Russians would have been able to prevent slaughters by the Red Army.
Jose profited greatly from his West German culinary training and, after immigrating to Connecticut, served as a waiter at some of Hartford's most iconic restaurants of Little Italy.
Lyras and her family had immigrated from Athens, Greece, just a few years before that.
The Weissgerber family immigrated from Yugoslavia before settling in Brookfield and then moving out to Lake Country.
Self-taught in wine, Enoch immigrated from South Africa in 2012, when Jennifer wanted to move back to Chicago.
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First Known Use: circa 1623See Words from the same year
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