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Transcript of Vocabulary definitions
A person who moves to a country that is not native usually for permanent residence.
To bring different organisms into a foreign region and cause them to live as if they were native.
A map that shows territories or boundaries of different capitals, states, or countries.
1 or many things that make a group of people special such as culture, religion, language, and race.
A person or groups/families arts, manners, beliefs, and other historical knowledge that is passed down through those people from one generation to another.
A person who moves or migrates from one country to another usually for permanent residents.
A person who leaves a country or region to live in another country or region.
A map that shows the features of a relatively small town or city.
A group of people or animals moving from one area to another.
A map that shows land forms or other parts of earth's features.
A person who lives in a city or state especially if they are entitled to special privileges.
The reason's for someone wanting to leave there religion, house,country,etc.
The reason's for someone wanting to stay in there religion, house, country, etc.
The bigger, greater part of something.
The smaller, lesser part of something.
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