Jan 7, 2008
According to Websters:
Main Entry: 1ex·pa·tri·ate
Inflected Form(s): ex·pa·tri·at·ed; ex·pa·tri·at·ing
Etymology: Medieval Latin expatriatus, past participle of expatriare to leave one's own country, from Latin ex- + patria native country, from feminine of patrius of a father, from patr-, pater father — more at father
According to us:
Main Entry: A brother or sister doing their thing in a foreign land with their head held up high.
Be on the look out for a new eZine for Black Expats past, present and future.
The eZine will feature Black Expat profiles, articles, and information to make your move abroad a good one.
Tell us what you would like to see in Black Expat magazine by contacting the Editor: editor(at)blackexpat.com
Look for the first issue in March 2008.
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