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Emigrate Sayings By Pope Paul VI: Is he prepared to support, at his own expense, projects and undertakings designed to help Is he prepared to support, at his own expense, projects and undertakings designed to help the needy? Is he prepared to pay higher taxes so that public authorities may expand their efforts in the work of development? Is he prepared to pay more for imported goods, so that the foreign producer may make a fairer profit? Is he prepared to emigrate from his homeland if necessary and if he is young, in order to help the emerging nations? — Pope Paul VI
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Emigrate Sayings By John Barrowman: I am who I am firstly because of genetics, and, running a very close second, I am who I am firstly because of genetics, and, running a very close second, because of choices: ones my parents made, such as choosing to emigrate to America; ones their parents made, like my Papa Butler opting to ignore medical advice and instead warming my mum in the oven to keep her alive; and very conscious ones that I've made for myself. — John Barrowman
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Emigrate Sayings By Golo Mann: It is not as easy to emigrate with steel mills as it is with the It is not as easy to emigrate with steel mills as it is with the manuscript of a novel. — Golo Mann
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Emigrate Sayings By W. T. Cosgrave: People reared in workhouses, as you are aware, are no great acquisition to the community People reared in workhouses, as you are aware, are no great acquisition to the community and they have no ideas whatsoever of civic responsibilities. As a rule their highest aim is to live at the expense of the ratepayers. Consequently, it would be a decided gain if they all took it into their heads to emigrate. When they go abroad they are thrown on their own responsibilities and have to work whether they like it or not. — W. T. Cosgrave
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Emigrate Sayings By Hillel Halkin: Nor was Jabotinsky enticed by the idea of Arab resettlement. People might call him an Nor was Jabotinsky enticed by the idea of Arab resettlement. People might call him an extremist, he said, but at least he had never dreamed of asking Arabs in a Jewish state to emigrate. — Hillel Halkin
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Emigrate Sayings By Alison Lurie: America has a history of political isolation and economic self-sufficiency; its citizens have tended to America has a history of political isolation and economic self-sufficiency; its citizens have tended to regard the rest of the world as a disaster area from which lucky or pushy people emigrate to the Promised Land. — Alison Lurie
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Emigrate Sayings By Angela Davis: The de industrialization of the US. economy based on the migration of corporations into third The de industrialization of the US. economy based on the migration of corporations into third world areas where labor is very cheap and thus more profitable for these companies creates on the one hand conditions in those countries that encourage people to emigrate to the US. in search of a better life. On the other hand, it creates conditions here that send more black people into the alternative economies, the drug economies, women into economies in sexual services, and sends them into the prison industrial complex. — Angela Davis
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Emigrate Sayings By Mike Davis: Despite the wishful thinking of evangelicals impatient for the Rapture or deep ecologists who believe Despite the wishful thinking of evangelicals impatient for the Rapture or deep ecologists who believe that Gaia would be happiest with a thin sprinkling of hunter-gatherers, megacities like Los Angeles will never simply collapse and disappear. Rather, they will stagger on, with higher body counts and greater distress, through a chain of more frequent and destructive encounters with disasters of all sorts; while vital parts of the region's high-tech and tourist economies eventually emigrate to safer ground, together with hundreds of thousands of its more affluent residents. — Mike Davis
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Emigrate Sayings By J.G. Farrell: For a day or two Fleury became quite active. He had his book about the For a day or two Fleury became quite active. He had his book about the advance of civilization in India to consider and this was one reason why he had taken an interest in the behaviour of the Collector. He asked a great number of questions and even bought a notebook to record pertinent information.
"Why, if the Indian people are happier under our rule," he asked a Treasury official, "do they not emigrate from those native states like Hyderabad which are so dreadfully misgoverned and come and live in
British India?"
"The apathy of the native is well known," replied the official stiffly. "He is not enterprising."
Fleury wrote down "apathy" in a flowery hand and then, after a moment's hesitation, added "not enterprising". — J.G. Farrell
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Emigrate Sayings By Donal Anthony Foley: The Papacy attempted to deal with this movement by sending out missionaries, originally Dominicans in The Papacy attempted to deal with this movement by sending out missionaries, originally Dominicans in 1240, and then Franciscans a century later, in 1340. But it was only in the mid-fifteenth century that the campaign to uproot the heresy began to really bear fruit, and those local Church leaders who refused to recant were forced to emigrate. But despite this, a legacy of Bogomil influence was left in which the local Church was not closely linked to the Papacy, and this was to sow the seeds of future problems.[2] — Donal Anthony Foley
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Emigrate Sayings By Alan Bradley: My grandmother flew only once in her life, and that was the day she and My grandmother flew only once in her life, and that was the day she and her new husband ascended into the skies of Victorian London in the wicker basket of a hot-air balloon. They were soon to emigrate to Canada, and the aerial ride was meant to be a last view of their beloved England. — Alan Bradley
Emigrate Sayings By Daniel Alarcon: Peru is a country where more than half the people would emigrate if given the Peru is a country where more than half the people would emigrate if given the chance. That's half the population that is willing to abandon everything they know for the uncertainty of a life in a foreign land, in another language. — Daniel Alarcon
Emigrate Sayings By Helen Fielding: I hate Christmas. Everything is designed for families, romance, warmth, emotion and presents, and if I hate Christmas. Everything is designed for families, romance, warmth, emotion and presents, and if you have no boyfriend, no money, your mother is going out with a missing Portuguese criminal and your friends don't want to be your friend anymore, it makes you want to emigrate to a vicious Muslim regime, where at least all the
women are treated like social outcasts. Anyway, I don't care. I am going to quietly read a book all
weekend and listen to classical music. — Helen Fielding
Emigrate Sayings By Agatha Christie: I've been in love once and if I felt it coming on again I tell I've been in love once and if I felt it coming on again I tell you I'd emigrate. — Agatha Christie
Emigrate Sayings By Charles Sturt: The main consideration with those who, possessing some capital, propose to emigrate as the means The main consideration with those who, possessing some capital, propose to emigrate as the means of improving their condition, is, the society likely to be found in the land fixed on for their future residence. — Charles Sturt
Emigrate Sayings By Charles Sturt: It is to be feared that those who emigrate to New South Wales, generally anticipate It is to be feared that those who emigrate to New South Wales, generally anticipate too great facility in their future operations and certainty of success in conducting them; but they should recollect that competency cannot be obtained without labour. — Charles Sturt
Emigrate Sayings By Tacitus: The Germans themselves I should regard as aboriginal, and not mixed at all with other The Germans themselves I should regard as aboriginal, and not mixed at all with other races through immigration or intercourse. For in former times, it was not by land but on shipboard that those who sought to emigrate would arrive; and the boundless and, so to speak, hostile ocean beyond us,is seldom entered by a sail from our world. — Tacitus
Emigrate Sayings By John Maynard Keynes: Canada is a place of infinite promise. We like the people, and if one ever Canada is a place of infinite promise. We like the people, and if one ever had to emigrate, this would be the destination, not the U.S.A. The hills, lakes and forests make it a place of peace and repose of the mind, such as one never finds in the U.S.A. — John Maynard Keynes
Emigrate Sayings By Anonymous: As The Economist put it in their Nordic special edition, Scandinavia is a great place As The Economist put it in their Nordic special edition, Scandinavia is a great place in which to be born . . . but only if you are average. If you are averagely talented, have average ambitions, average dreams, then you'll do just fine, but if you are extraordinary, if you have big dreams, great visions, or are just a bit different, you will be crushed, if you do not emigrate first. — Anonymous
Emigrate Sayings By Edith Wharton: Culture! Yes - if we had it! But there are just a few little local Culture! Yes - if we had it! But there are just a few little local patches, dying out here and there for lack of - well, hoeing and cross-fertilising: the last remnants of the old European tradition that your forebears brought with them. But you're in a pitiful little minority: you've got no centre, no competition, no audience. You're like the pictures on the walls of a deserted house: 'The Portrait of a Gentleman.' You'll never amount to anything, any of you, till you roll up your sleeves and get right down into the muck. That, or emigrate ... God! If I could emigrate ... — Edith Wharton
Emigrate Sayings By Rosemary Mahoney: A lot of Polish and Russian Jews had this experience: they would emigrate, thinking they A lot of Polish and Russian Jews had this experience: they would emigrate, thinking they were on their way to New York. Then their captains would stop in Dublin and say, 'Everybody off.' They would leave, and by the time they discovered they weren't in America, they didn't have enough money to continue. — Rosemary Mahoney
Emigrate Sayings By Philip K. Dick: Emigrate or Degenerate. Emigrate or Degenerate. — Philip K. Dick
Emigrate Sayings By Hugh Miller: But the advice was not taken - Johnstone did emigrate to Canada, and did mortgage But the advice was not taken - Johnstone did emigrate to Canada, and did mortgage his pension; and I fear - though I failed to trace his after history - that he suffered in consequence. — Hugh Miller
Emigrate Sayings By G.R. Reader: I am not Amish enough to emigrate when my way of life is threatened. I am not Amish enough to emigrate when my way of life is threatened. — G.R. Reader
Emigrate Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: I can't believe how much damage has been done, just from teenage loves meeting again. I can't believe how much damage has been done, just from teenage loves meeting again. People should never come into contact with their first loves, I decide. There should be some official form of quarantine. The rule should be: you break up with your teenage lover and that's it. One of you has to emigrate. — Sophie Kinsella
Emigrate Sayings By Frederic Raphael: As Oscar Wilde should have said, when bad ideas have nowhere else to go, they As Oscar Wilde should have said, when bad ideas have nowhere else to go, they emigrate to America and become university courses. — Frederic Raphael
Emigrate Sayings By Ivan Krastev: America is a nation of immigrants, but it is also a nation of people who America is a nation of immigrants, but it is also a nation of people who never emigrate. Notably, Americans living outside the United States are not called emigrants, but 'expats.' — Ivan Krastev
Emigrate Sayings By George Harrison: You don't need a passport and you don't need no visas, you don't need to You don't need a passport and you don't need no visas, you don't need to designate or emigrate before you can see Jesus. — George Harrison
Emigrate Sayings By Conan O'Brien: Tomorrow night President Obama will announce his new immigration plan. Obama's favorite part of his Tomorrow night President Obama will announce his new immigration plan. Obama's favorite part of his new immigration plan is that he gets to emigrate to another country. He's tired of all this. — Conan O'Brien
Emigrate Sayings By Charles Stross: You want to know what it's like to emigrate to Saturn system? Imagine spending six You want to know what it's like to emigrate to Saturn system? Imagine spending six years in a straitjacket tied to the outside of a skyscraper, with only a couple dozen similar lunatics for company. — Charles Stross
Emigrate Sayings By Rita Levi-Montalcini: After a short period spent in Brussels as a guest of a neurological institute, I After a short period spent in Brussels as a guest of a neurological institute, I returned to Turin on the verge of the invasion of Belgium by the German army, Spring 1940, to join my family. The two alternatives left then to us were either to emigrate to the United States, or to pursue some activity that needed neither support nor connection with the outside Aryan world where we lived. My family chose this second alternative. I then decided to build a small research unit at home and installed it in my bedroom. — Rita Levi-Montalcini
Emigrate Sayings By Carie Maas: In an old culture like Europe, everything has already been done. For people who always In an old culture like Europe, everything has already been done. For people who always complain about everything purportedly being so bad, I want to ask why they don't pack up their things and emigrate. — Carie Maas
Emigrate Sayings By M. Lincoln Schuster: Far more important than being the first, be willing to settle for the best. Far more important than being the first, be willing to settle for the best. — M. Lincoln Schuster
Emigrate Sayings By Peter Jackson: My dad always told me that the principal reason he chose New Zealand to emigrate My dad always told me that the principal reason he chose New Zealand to emigrate to after World War II was the high regard his father had for the Kiwis he encountered at Gallipoli. — Peter Jackson
Emigrate Sayings By Edward O. Wilson: Another principle that I believe can be justified by scientific evidence so far is that Another principle that I believe can be justified by scientific evidence so far is that nobody is going to emigrate from this planet not ever ... It will be far cheaper, and entail no risk to human life, to explore space with robots. The technology is already well along ... the real thrill will be in learning in detail what is out there ... It is an especially dangerous delusion if we see emigration into space as a solution to be taken when we have used up this planet ... Earth, by the twenty-second century, can be turned, if we so wish, into a permanent paradise for human beings ... — Edward O. Wilson
Emigrate Sayings By Isabel Allende: I learned very quickly that when you emigrate, you lose the crutches that have been I learned very quickly that when you emigrate, you lose the crutches that have been your support; you must begin from zero, because the past is erased with a single stroke and no one cares where you're from or what you did before. — Isabel Allende