Repatriated Sentence Examples
The majority of them were repatriated by the French.
He was repatriated at the end of 1945, she recalled.
He was taken to a MASH in Tangiers and was eventually repatriated on his 21st birthday (22nd April 1944 ).
The family were then repatriated in May, 1917.
By February 1910 the last of the coolies had been repatriated.
Advance Tax on Dividends Cambodia 's Law on Investment contains a general guarantee against the taxation of repatriated profits.
Alone, over 12,000 South African (white) soldiers were repatriated by the end of 1916 due to malaria.
All reached Sweden and were repatriated back to Britain.
He was taken to a MASH in Tangiers and was eventually repatriated on his 21st birthday (22nd April 1944).
In addition, any tax on gains within the bond is deferred until such time as the funds are repatriated onshore.Advertisement
In ill health, the Turks believed him to be dying, Ã¢MickÃ¢ was repatriated in an exchange of prisoners in 1915.
Similar tribes are found along the coast to the Bissagos Islands, though the introduction in Sierra Leone and Liberia of settlements of repatriated slaves from the American plantations has in those places modified the original ethnic distribution.
The first ever video footage of public executions of forcibly repatriated defectors was shown.
The Portuguese further agreed to facilitate the recruitment of natives in their territory for work in the Rand mines, and in consequence Kaffirs were obtained in sufficient numbers to replace the Chinese coolies as they were repatriated.