out-migration

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n out-migration migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another)
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Usage

In literature:

These data have a bearing upon the depth-migrations of pelagic animals, as was pointed out years ago by Theo.
"Darwin and Modern Science" by A.C. Seward and Others
They do not migrate, but build on the small outlying islets.
"A Naturalist's Voyage Round the World" by Charles Darwin
I do not at all desire to migrate out of my own class, and I have never been able to sympathise with people who did.
"At Large" by Arthur Christopher Benson
Lincoln had migrated from near Exeter to Pembroke; and Brasenose had its nose quite put out of joint by St. John's.
"The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, Vols. I to III" by Cuthbert Bede
I was unable to make out where this bird comes from, or the point to which it migrates.
"Expedition into Central Australia" by Charles Sturt
These birds were probably blown out to sea during their spring migration along the south coast of England to Wales and Ireland.
"Darwinism (1889)" by Alfred Russel Wallace
He turned out a lot of dull stuff about wars and migrations of tribes: you are silly, Jane.
"Red Money" by Fergus Hume
The small farmers who were squeezed out, migrated to the south.
"A history of China., [3d ed. rev. and enl.]" by Wolfram Eberhard
For a far grander scheme of migration, than that he started out with, is now in his mind.
"The Death Shot" by Mayne Reid
By all accounts his people had come out of Asia in the very dim beginnings of migrating peoples.
"The Defiant Agents" by Andre Alice Norton
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In poetry:

One tree, and one alone,
Of all that load this magic air with spice,
Claims for its own
Your brave migration out of Paradise;
"The Humming Birds" by Alfred Noyes
The long migrations meet across you and it is nothing to you, you
have forgotten us, mother.
You were much younger when we crawled out of the womb and
lay in the sun's eye on the tideline.
"Continent's End" by Robinson Jeffers

In news:

If coated or ring-shanked or annular-shanked nails weren't used to fasten the roof deck to the framing, a few nails could be incrementally migrating out on a daily or seasonal basis from an unstable deck .
Leave out feeders for hummingbird migration.
A new website takes the sting out of your summer by predicting jellyfish migration patterns.
I ran for office because I knew that Louisiana had an out-migration problem.
It's a moving account of the migration of 6 million African-Americans out of the segregated South.
I know the birds are just gathering to migrate but it freaks me out when there are so many of them.
Leave out feeders for hummingbird migration.
The concept of climate-driven migration states that as temperature increases mature trees will die out, while young seedlings spread to northern areas with higher altitudes to take root in newly favorable climates.
It's the great migration and the chance to spot a rare species that draw people out.
Dolphins gang up to feed on mullet as they migrate out of Mobile Bay.
Students in North Star Academy's Community Environmental Education program helped out the famous migration of the monarch butterfly this month by traveling to the Stonington Peninsula and planting hundreds of black-eyed susans.
What I and others on the front lines have to report is that TB is migrating out of these geographically remote or economically isolated communities and into the mainstream.
Two master bird banders are at the forefront of finding out why the rufous hummingbird's migration has changed.
Found that out the hard way in recent months after migrating its e-commerce site off of its long-time home on a platform hosted by Amazon.com Inc.
"Salmonids" share three life history characteristics: anadromy (being born in fresh water streams, migrating out to the ocean and returning to fresh water as mature adults to spawn ).
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In science:

As the star formation migrates to the outer disk, metal abundances are enhanced in that region, so that the gradients flatten out.
An estimate of the time variation of the abundance gradient from planetary nebulae III. O, S, Ar, and Ne: A comparison of PN samples
For single (hexagonal) mosaics this is clear, as the rhombi can only ever be in two of three orientations during the migration process, thereby ruling out one of the nests.
Puzzles, Tableaux and Mosaics
Next, migrate H from B to A to produce H ′ , clearing out the nest at B .
Puzzles, Tableaux and Mosaics
The upshot is that the rhombi can’t get too badly out of order during migration.
Puzzles, Tableaux and Mosaics
Ward (1997) pointed out that two ma jor kinds of migration exist based on the mass of the embedded protoplanet.
Disk-Planet Interaction Simulations: (I) Baroclinic Generation of Vortensity and Non-Axisymmetric Rossby-Wave-Instability
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