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Their differences were narrowing, a product of migration between the two and gains from manufacturing that helped lift up regions that were once deeply poor.
Since 2009, the global health landscape has been reshaped by the H1N1 swine flu pandemic, major outbreaks of the Ebola and Zika viruses, and the mass migration of 5 million refugees from the Syrian War.
Hunters will be lining fence rows, surrounding tanks and staking out spots in fields all across the state in an effort to knock down their share of mourning and white-winged doves passing through on their migration to Mexico.
Housing costs might be the biggest driver of Millennial migration in the future.
As for Pluto’s migration, Neptune probably managed the heavy lifting.
Staskunas said the state Department of Natural Resources, that oversees landfills, will look into the possibility of methane migration.
The wave of inbound migration to the city over the past five years is likely a reflection of its desirability.
There’s already been, over the last five to 10 years, a lot of out-migration because of the economy.
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