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Example Sentences for "refugee"

Swan Lake is an important refuge for wild birds in this areaMany refugees have come to England to escape the war in Bosnia.

Swan Lake is an important refuge for wild birds in this area.

Many people who come to America are economic refugees who hope to build a better life for themselves and their family.

Janice's garden has always been her refuge from the stresses of her job.

Thousands of people from Vietnam and Cambodia wait in refugee camps in Thailand for acceptance into the U.S.

Many refugees from the Vietnam War came to the U.S. in the early 1980s.

Oscar Wilde once remarked that work is the refuge of people with nothing better to do.

Albert Schweitzer said that there are two means of refuge from the misery of life - music and cats.

As the music group The Eagles sang, Every refuge has its price.

Albert Einstein was a refugee who fled the Nazi regime in Germany.

From 1949 to 1962, Hong Kong absorbed more than one million refugees fleeing Communist China.

Over 700,000 refugees entered Jordan following Iraq's invasion of Kuwait.

The Central African Republic has been called the last great refuge of the African elephant, with over 30,000 animals living within its borders.

Isaac Asimov once stated that violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.

According to the United Nations, the majority of displaced persons and refugees are women and children.

Discussion question: How do you feel about your government's policy regarding refugees?

Find someone who is a refugee from his/her country.


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