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the boat back to the mainland leaves once every two days
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The government of Puerto Rico now estimates that by the end of the year, another 200,000 residents will have moved to the mainland.
The storms first split the island, with one half connecting to the mainland.
Hong Kong and Macau have retained their own immigration policies since the British and Portuguese handovers in 1997 and 1999, respectively, and have busy border crossings with the mainland.
According to the Maldives Times the registered owner of the Xin Yua 18 is Ha Fa Trade International out of Hong Kong, China, whose director has a residential address in mainland China.
With a narrow mainland featuring 4,000 miles of shoreline, the country is one of the world’s major fish exporters, providing $5.7 billion worth of seafood to countries around the world in 2016 alone.
Foxconn is best known for its main production base and research labs in mainland China.
In the 2015 introduction, writer-director Chen Sicheng spun a variation on the familiar mismatched-buddy-cops narrative as well as the boy detective protagonist currently big in mainland China.
Hitler’s Luftwaffe and Panzer forces had conquered Poland in the Blitzkrieg of 1939, and in the spring of 1940 had crushed the armed forces of France, Holland and Belgium, and had driven the British army off the European mainland at Dunkirk.
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: a large area of land that forms a country or a continent and that does not include islands
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