regarded the new couple as a pair of interloping parvenus who were sure to upset the town's social hierarchy
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Joy-ann Reid, Cosmopolitan, 13 Feb. 2018 Europeans are taught a history of migration from birth, of Greeks and Romans spreading over Europe, conquering lands, and interloping afar.
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