How To Use Exodus In A Sentence

  • As Tunisians flooded Lampedusa earlier this month, Italian Interior Minister Roberto Maroni, of the anti-immigrant Northern League, stoked fears that terrorists and al-Qaida supporters could have mingled among what he described as a "biblical exodus" of migrants. The Seattle Times
  • When the great exodus from the cities around San Francisco Bay began, and while the telephones were still working, I talked with my brother. Page 6
  • The root causes of the horse shortage are year-round racing and a mass exodus of owners and breeders from racing.
  • Mansfield Park has seen such an exodus of players during the summer that the turnstiles must have been rotating at the speed of a carnival ride.
  • Griselde, once again, accepted her fate and protested her love for the marquis, solely requesting her dignity upon exodus from the palace.
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  • A massive exodus of doctors is forcing the government to recruit from abroad.
  • The Jews seem to have performed the rite of circumcision with flint implements, for we read in Exodus that Zipporah, the wife of Moses, took a sharp stone for that purpose; and the phrase translated "sharp knives" in Joshua v. 2 -- "At that time the Lord said unto Joshua, Make thee sharp knives, and circumcise again the children of Israel the second time" -- should be translated, as in the marginal reference, _knives of flint_. Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood
  • The findings have renewed fears of an exodus of young people from an independent Scotland. Times, Sunday Times
  • This Decalogue, which is often called the ritual Decalogue, so it's listed on there in Exodus 34, bans intermarriage with Canaanites less they entice the Israelites into worship of their gods.
  • Version but four times in all, always in poetical passages; the first in (Exodus 15: 14) and Isai 14: 29 The second (Joel 3: 4) In each case the Hebrew is Pelesheth, a word found, besides the above, only in (Psalms 60: 8; 83: 7; 87: 4) and Psal 108: 9 In all which our translators have rendered it by "Philistia" or Smith's Bible Dictionary
  • Tradition holds that a great emerald on which was engraved the Great and Sacred Name adorned the Ephod of the High Priest as recorded in the Book of Exodus. Zolar’s Magick Of Color
  • Some in Mexico view the exodus of millions of people as an embarrassment while others as an escape valve for social unrest.
  • The crisis has prompted a mass exodus from Delhi. Times, Sunday Times
  • A mass exodus of foreign workers would also cripple the oil industry.
  • The result is a game of spot the allusion, with the final mass exodus dictated more by Chekhovian precedent than any kind of political logic.
  • In Exodus 30: 22-30 we see Moses anointing the tabernacle, Aaron, and the priests as ministers unto God.
  • It is probably identical with the lighure of (Exodus 28: 19) The Jacinth or hyacinth is a red variety of zircon, which is found in square prisms of a white, gray, red, reddish-brown, yellow or pale-green color. Smith's Bible Dictionary
  • A massive exodus of doctors is forcing the government to recruit from abroad.
  • He will not be the first, or the last, and inviting one or two into the A-team squad for training will not serve to halt the exodus.
  • The Haggadah is a book which tells in fourteen steps the story of the Jewish experience in Egypt and of the Exodus and revelation of God.
  • The findings have renewed fears of an exodus of young people from an independent Scotland. Times, Sunday Times
  • This was at the Exodus from Egypt, where He performed miracles both in Egypt and by the Red Sea.
  • IN CHONGMING ISLAND, CHINA The small-scale farmer is a dying breed in China, made up mostly of the elderly left behind in the mass exodus of migrant workers to much higher-paying jobs in industrial cities. Young Chinese farmers sowing seeds for organic revolution
  • Only a few managed to join the great exodus. Times, Sunday Times
  • Of the seven summer signings made by Billy Davies - balancing something of a mass exodus at the end of last season - David Kelly must be the widest travelled.
  • As a result, the Book of Exodus is brimming with theophanies, legal formulas, songs, and poems.
  • Fans of The Exodus Gate will be happy to see the return of familiar faces, and some real heroes arising from the action. Archive 2010-06-01
  • After the exodus, her father, the priest of Midian (here called Jethro), comes to visit Moses, bringing Zipporah and her two sons. Zipporah: Bible.
  • The Exodus of the Hebrews was a collective experience, still commemorated by the Jewish Passover festival.
  • Recall from Exodus 16 that the miracle of manna came in response to the Israelites' complaints for bread.
  • It was just after noon on a Friday when I arrived so the weekend exodus was just starting.
  • Indeed, the rural exodus changed the social structure of the rural population in the South irrevocably.
  • It has released its immigration policy which it says aims to stem what it calls the exodus of New Zealanders. Radio New Zealand News Headlines
  • Such an exodus seems almost inconceivable. Times, Sunday Times
  • An example of the support of rebellion in the notes is found in that on Exodus 1: 19, where the Geneva annotators endorse the disobedience of the Egyptian midwives regarding the killings of Hebrew male children.
  • We are facing an unsustainable situation, " says Diwan Singh, a Delhi environmental activist. "Soon—not in thirty years but in five to ten—there will be an exodus because of the lack of water.
  • The political use of anti-Semitism by the Warsaw Communist regime (continuing under Jaruzelski) has had international repercussions, especially in the United States where since the forced exodus of 1968 anti-Polonism has become a "must" in all films and television productions dealing with the Jewish Holocaust. Poland and the Jews: An Exchange
  • The play was so awful that there was a general exodus from the theatre at the interval.
  • In Exodus for example, the story of manna offers the depiction of God raining food from the heavens, enough for everyone.
  • The second thing he noticed, raising his disappointed gaze from the abdominal plane, was that there had been an exodus of gray from her hair and that the skin around her eyes, which had been cobwebbing with crinkles, was now as smooth as custard. La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth
  • The findings have renewed fears of an exodus of young people from an independent Scotland. Times, Sunday Times
  • A chanter sings the prophecy of Hosea; the Tract follows; the Penitentiary reads the prayer; the Deacon sings flectamus genua, the subdeacon Levate and reads a lesson form the book of Exodus. More Rare Images: Good Friday with Pius XI in the Sistine Chapel
  • Shrinking numbers Falling birthrates and statistical ambiguities aside, there has none the less been a major exodus.
  • EXODUS ISRAEL In essence, the nation within the pre-1967 borders of the state of Israel. Bradley Burston: Hillary Clinton, Gaza, and the Six-State Solution
  • Passages from Exodus, Ruth, Ezekiel, 2 Samuel, and 1 Chronicles are balanced by those from the Synoptics.
  • (Genesis 24: 22; Exodus 35: 22) "earing;" (Isaiah 3: 21; Ezekiel Smith's Bible Dictionary
  • Although generally attributed to Leonardo Pisano, il Figlio di (son of) Bonacci, this proportion is also found in the measurements of the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25): 2.5 cubits long by 1.5 cubits wide and high (1.5/2.5 = 0.6). Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • Furthermore, in the Exodus 20: 11 passage, Moses speaks of the seventh day ( "yom") to be observed every week as the Sabbath, and in the same breath says this is because everything was created in six yoms with God resting on the seventh. Alternative to Dembski's Theodicy?
  • As in the term agnus Dei, it provides another parallel to Christ as sacrifice on the Cross and in the Mass; as the lamb of the exodus, the original lamb of God, it refers to ritual slaughtering during Passover; and, on a more literal level, as a lamb, the offspring of the sheep, it is the vulnerable child in need of protection. A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
  • The prohibition against graven images of God in the twentieth chapter of "Exodus" becomes an indictment of representation that targets the very foundations of modernity: thou shalt not make of God an object.
  • Every possible road over the County bounds into Tipperary will be abuzz from early morning on Sunday next as the mass exodus to Thurles begins.
  • This gendered argument is bolstered by the verse in Exodus 13: 9 which refers to tefillin as “a sign on your hand” where the masculine pronominal suffix “your hand” (yadekha) is used to exclude women. Legal-Religious Status of the Jewish Female.
  • Massive tailbacks and traffic jams were again expected to clog up Britain's roads today as families head back home after the great Bank Holiday exodus.
  • Any tax could also lead to an exodus of supercars from Britain. Times, Sunday Times
  • Christana Willie McKnight is the colleague who shared the term exodus generation with me] UUpdates - All updates
  • With both men gone, there is little doubt the club faces the threat of a player exodus. The Sun
  • Spidery legs, rat eyes, whiffling whiskers: an unearthed hedgehog, part of the general exodus due to building developments nearby.
  • Before they ‘dis-impeach’ themselves. in the White House exodus/footbath that is Presidential pardon. — crane glen At Last, Bernstein Meets Deep Throat - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • This blue-pencilling favours the intellectual falsification of the Book of the Exodus, well-known to the people and therefore impossible to falsify physically whereas the Book of Deuteronomy, a book of priests, was easy to modify. cafebabel.com
  • But, an under-the-radar trend shows a quieter exodus crossing that grain, bypassing the burbs and sunny climes for more rural, less subdivided environs.
  • He was a business owner that pretty much started the mass exodus of what we would call guppies today from the more edgy and previous center of the gay community Polk neighborhood. A Bust for Harvey Milk 1: Press
  • Rather, it's the arrogance of their execution that seems set to trigger an exodus. Times, Sunday Times
  • He recalled the Exodus and other epochal events in Western history, claiming a similar importance for the present struggle.
  • The exodus will also leave aspiring property owners who do not have a deposit facing a longer wait for their first homes. Times, Sunday Times
  • There will be no mass exodus or mass influx in the near future.
  • Britain, France or Germany, where a smaller but vastly more potent number worship the One God whom men called yah before the exodus, yahwey after. TIME.com: Top Stories
  • Police stood at highways and railroad stations to halt the exodus of thousands of city dwellers.
  • As to the Exodus stuff, I kind of feel like it's commentary I read in a Hagaddah on "vyotzianu HaShem miMitzraim...lo al yedei malakh... Query: Jewish References to the Star of Bethlehem?
  • The crisis has prompted a mass exodus from Delhi. Times, Sunday Times
  • They blamed a manufacturing exodus by household names such as Rubbermaid, Hoover, and Mr. Coffee on the search for cheap foreign labor to satisfy discount stores such as Wal-Mart. September 2006
  • The exodus comes as governors acquire legal responsibilities for the running of schools as a result of the Government's education reforms.
  • This story is a microcosm of the Exodus from Egypt; it is a liberation story on a family scale.
  • The Seventy Interpreters, indeed, upon Exodus 30: 13, render it half a didrachm; but adding this moreover, which is according to the holy didrachm. From the Talmud and Hebraica
  • The great exodus was on, from city to suburb, aided by developers but also enjoying great public support.
  • But for one Kingston cabbie the mass exodus of bars and clubs is a time to avoid.
  • After this move, what's to stop a player exodus? Times, Sunday Times
  • The exodus of big name artists, including Radiohead and the Rolling Stones, seems to have subsided and the company can point to a string of chart-topping singles from new British talent such as Roll Deep. EMI: the £4.2bn deal that turned the best of friends into bitter enemies
  • An accelerating exodus of American-born blacks, coupled with slight declines in birthrates and a slowing influx of Caribbean and African immigrants, have produced a decline in New York City's black population for the first time since the draft riots during the Civil War, according to preliminary census estimates. Metabolism Screwup Day
  • There are feelings of loss and fears of an exodus of people. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wherefore that which is called coveting, in Exodus 20: 17, is called desire, in Deuteronomy Works of John Bunyan — Volume 02
  • I've believe the exodus of good steady manufacturing jobs are at the crux of the spiritual disenfranchisement we are experiencing in our nation.
  • The MSM however decided (en masse coincidently) that this demonstrates a mass exodus from the Dem Party while no mention of the larger number of Reps leaving. Think Progress » Carl Cameron Gets Chummy With Brown Supporters, Ducks Question Of Fox News’ Ethics
  • Half-hearted efforts at compliance among urban school districts have kept the exodus to just a trickle.
  • As a result, the Book of Exodus is brimming with theophanies, legal formulas, songs, and poems.
  • So the story behind the statistical shift from self-employment to wage labour is one of an exodus from the land.
  • A bigger exodus could harm the industry. Times, Sunday Times
  • The term exodus can be used because of the impact of the losses will have on the team. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • Referring to himself as “a walking example of God’s redemption”, he said: “Exodus exists so that individuals can live in congruence with their own faith-based beliefs. The camp that ‘cures’ homosexuality
  • With the exodus from villages to cities, most families have never been to a swim.
  • And the exodus is unlikely to be over yet. The Sun
  • Yet the district's mammoth deficit has continued to grow during amid the state's downturn and growing pension and debt obligations, and the city's schools are still grappling with longstanding problems, including political battles involving the state, school board and teachers' unions and a long-term exodus by students. Crisis Mode Persists for Detroit Schools
  • 13: 3-10, Exodus 13: 11-16, Deuteronomy 6: 5-9, Deuteronomy 11: 13-21; being writ upon two parchment labels (which they called tephillin), were carried about with them constantly with great devotion, being fastened to their forehead and their left arm. From the Talmud and Hebraica
  • Uncertain as to where to go or what to do, they eventually become part of the mass exodus of refugees fleeing for their very lives.
  • After the recessional Croft waited until the exodus had abated, nodded silently to her ladyship as she passed down the aisle, and followed the stragglers out.
  • The umbrella group, Exodus International has about 150 groups affiliated worldwide.
  • Exodus 35: 2 clearly says working on the Sabbath is a mortal sin. Think Progress » Miss Beverly Hills tries to one-up Carrie Prejean, says it’s divine law that gays be put to death.
  • In Exodus 30: 23 God instructs Moses to use 250 shekels of "kaneh bosm" in the oil to anoint all Kings, Priests, and Prophets, for all generations, including Jesus and today as the title Christ is Anointed! Christiane Amanpour's "God's Warriors"
  • [29] What we render a witch, according to our modern notions of witchcraft, Exodus 22: 15, Philo and Josephus understood of a poisoner, or one who attempted by secret and unlawful drugs or philtra, to take away the senses or the lives of men. Antiquities of the Jews
  • Contrary to popular belief, there will not be a mass exodus of age and experience.
  • The findings have renewed fears of an exodus of young people from an independent Scotland. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rural exodus left the central massifs of France deserted, and depopulated a band drawn diagonally across the country from the north-east to the south-west.
  • The character of myths is varied in different books; poetic in Genesis, juridical in Exodus, priestly in Leviticus, political in Numbers, etymological, diplomatical, and genealogical, but seldom historical, in History of Rationalism Embracing a Survey of the Present State of Protestant Theology
  • These pressures have fuelled an exodus of young adults moving abroad. Times, Sunday Times
  • But now, as Landry hints, this forced exodus, this sudden diaspora, may sprinkle a little funky seasoning on music from St. Louis to Austin, and the world might be better for it.
  • For the Jews in the synagogue, steeped in the Moses tradition of Exodus salvation, the bread of life was the manna that nurtured their parents' journey from slavery to freedom.
  • Our elections seem to prompt little more than a mass exodus to the pub.
  • Not sure what you mean by that term, but I also think that folks who don't exactly fit the term engagement are pretty interesting (and here I mean people who propose exit/exodus as a major political tool). Larval Subjects .
  • Stanley was already beginning to look and feel disconsolate over the approaching exodus, and Diana was very full of the fact that she had shot a duyker. The Rhodesian
  • There has been a mass exodus of workers from the villages to the towns.
  • Exodus, 15: 9) The name castor comes from castrando, 'castrate'. Blog Meridian
  • There was an exodus of players and by 2012 Wasps were battling to stay afloat. Times, Sunday Times
  • The mass exodus of European technical skills adversely affected both quality and productivity.
  • The exodus followed a new, more restrictive immigration act adopted by Malaysia.
  • I joined the mass exodus for drinks during the interval.
  • On the Delta in the Saite Period and the Exodus tradition:See Redford, above:408–469. The Bible Unearthed
  • The families of the eight detainees were forced to join the exodus.
  • This accounted for an exodus of young people from southern to northern countries. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was a mass exodus of people who had sat through at least two hours of a process that hadn't concerned them.
  • There were unfounded fears that his departure would prompt an exodus or that people would simply go for the job for the knighthood. Times, Sunday Times
  • “Every firstling ass you shall redeem with a sheep…” Exodus 23:13 2007 April | Jewschool
  • With no emotions, ten days later, while Ben-Gurion was on a tour of the Galilee, he describes Palestinian exodus in his diary as follows: Report Abuse Yitzhak Rabin wrote in his diary soon after Lydda's and Ramla's occupation on 10th-11th of July 1948: After attacking Lydda later called Lod and then Ramla, .... Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • This is the first bit of good news Hammers fans have had for weeks as they prepare for the drop and a mass exodus of players. The Sun
  • A white bird of prey hovers above what appears to be a mass exodus of fleeing animals.
  • These pressures have fuelled an exodus of young adults moving abroad. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Loyalist exodus from Northern Ireland had arrived.
  • Highway asphalt is streaked in red, and there's a steady exodus of mud-laden trucks heading away from Kolontar. Hungarians Doubt Recovery From Sludge Disaster
  • The same deliverance furnishes the imagery by which the return from Babylon is described (Isa 48: 20, 21). destroy -- literally, "devote," or "doom," that is, dry up; for what God dooms, perishes (Ps 106: 9 Na 1: 4). tongue -- the Bubastic branch of the Nile [Vitringa]; but as the Nile was not the obstruction to the exodus, it is rather the west tongue or Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • If they do so, it will spark scenes of rejoicing in Settle and prompt an exodus from the town to the capital on April 17.
  • Bunsen, in his vocabulary gives tba, "a chest," tpt, "a boat," and in the Coptic version of (Exodus 2: 3,5) thebi is the rendering of tebah. Smith's Bible Dictionary
  • Exodus Travel have hit back over claims the vehicle was not properly licensed.
  • The pay claim comes after years of deteriorating working conditions, with increasing casualisation of the workforce and an exodus of 6,000 nurses from the public hospital system since 1992.
  • Some of the choir members rebelled against this, resulting in an exodus from the choir loft.
  • Don Schmierer, an Exodus International board member, keynoted the March 2009 conference in Kampala, Uganda that stoked the fires of anti-gay hatred and culminated in that nation's infamous "Kill the Gays" Bill. Wayne Besen: Apple Should Dump 'Ex-Gay' iPhone App
  • A rabbin named Samaï demonstrates resurrection by this passage of Exodus: “I appeared unto Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and swore to give unto them the land of Canaan.” A Philosophical Dictionary
  • The medical system is facing collapse because of an exodus of doctors.
  • And could the Australian economy cope with a mass exodus from credit?
  • It warned that the jail suffered from an exodus of experienced staff who left under a voluntary early departure scheme. Times, Sunday Times
  • Heavily influenced by thrash pioneers Exodus, the band often chose raw aggression over the more technical style of peers like Death Angel and Forbidden.
  • It predicted that if they got their way there would be ‘a mass exodus of money and jobs’.
  • A mass exodus is the surest evidence you will find for the brutality of a particular country.
  • – - Exodus 35: 2 clearly says working on the Sabbath is a mortal sin. Think Progress » Miss Beverly Hills tries to one-up Carrie Prejean, says it’s divine law that gays be put to death.
  • The only place Of this name mentioned in the Bible is Migdol in Exodus 14. 2.
  • The Hebrews were enslaved by the Egyptian pharaohs until 1250 B.C. when their leader, Moses, led them on an exodus out of Egypt to the Sinai peninsula.
  • The Jews seem to have performed the rite of circumcision with flint implements, for we read in Exodus that Zipporah, the wife of Moses, took a sharp stone for that purpose; and the phrase translated "sharp knives" in Joshua v. 2 -- "At that time the Lord said unto Joshua, Make thee sharp knives, and circumcise again the children of Israel the second time" -- should be translated, as in the marginal reference, _knives of flint_. Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood
  • Once people get their lives scraped back together a bit, I think there may be a mass exodus from Florida.
  • Declining productivity levels and environmental degradation have caused a widespread exodus of people to centres of economic activity.
  • The play was so awful that there was a general exodus from the theatre at the interval.
  • It is a day of sanctification and holiness, and pre-empts all other holy days, and it is a memorial of the creation of the world and of the exodus from Egypt, as well as a memorial to the pact between God and the Hebrews, the covenant.
  • The gift of manna in Exodus 16 is pure miracle.
  • This created a sudden exodus and massively increased the number of people in the already overcrowded camps.
  • What could be the most outstanding in Dr. Sayegh's introduction is the Biblical concept of the "Exodus" that spread throughout more than thirty centuries coupling this expression of Jewish history from one side and Biblical myths on the other, considering this so-called fallacious "Exodus" in its foundations, sources, meaning stands ashamed in front another factual, actual and felt exodus in millions of proofs, which is the exodus of three quarters of a million Palestinian Arabs forcefully and savagely uprooted by the force of arms and Zionist terror. Palestine Blogs aggregator
  • It warned that the jail suffered from an exodus of experienced staff who left under a voluntary early departure scheme. Times, Sunday Times
  • The effects of an exodus on wider London would be far less pronounced. Times, Sunday Times
  • The theology of Exodus is wholly theocentric and, moreover, it is creation-oriented; the Sabbath commandment fits that theological pattern.
  • A bigger exodus could harm the industry. Times, Sunday Times
  • What about the precious jewel in the saint's ear -- the oriental amethyst, the ninth jewel in the high priest's breast-plate, as mentioned in Exodus, 'and the third row a ligure, an agate, and an amethyst'? There was a King in Egypt
  • When the slaves left Egypt, the Bible (Exodus 12: 37-38) calls them in Hebrew, an "erev rav" which means a mixed multitude. Land Of Contradictions
  • In Jack Spence's case the only exodus they would see in the upcoming days would be at his hand or as a result of another three sawbuck expenditure. Dangling About
  • The future will organize the exodus of whole villages, which, like those of the Hebrides in the last century, will bear with them to new worlds their Lares and Penates, their wives, families, and friends, who will lay out the church and the churchyard after the old fashion familiar to their youth, and who will not forget the palaver-house, vulgarly called pothouse or pub. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo
  • With poor openings here, the state also sees an annual exodus of trained professionals.
  • Bring on the Exodus.5 Girl dislocates mouth by yawningI'm scared to laugh.6 Snooki from Jersey Shore enters WWEAh, I miss those Saturday nights in Clapham Junction.7 When impounding a car goes badGood on her, I say.8 Farmville comes to life in New YorkApparently 62 million people around the world play Farmville. Viral Video Chart: Lucky car escape, zookeeper defies death, Google Exodus
  • Troops were given a pay rise this year of just 2.6 per cent - widely derided as nowhere near enough to stop a mass exodus. The Sun
  • Today, the poet wants to compose a pantoum about the Mariel exodus, about his voyage from Cuba to Key West on a tugboat piloted by deranged exiles. The Lady Matador’s Hotel
  • The great African-American exodus from the south during the first half of the twentieth century spawned a new form of urban electric-based blues.
  • Murdoch's motivation was simply profit, and his cynical attitude had already led to a mass exodus of high-minded journalists.
  • Of course, there would be the odd contrarians who would refuse to ‘go’, but their short lives would become even more miserable as society collapsed from the exodus.
  • The MSM however decided (en masse coincidently) that this demonstrates a mass exodus from the Dem Party while no mention of the larger number of Reps leaving. Think Progress » Carl Cameron Gets Chummy With Brown Supporters, Ducks Question Of Fox News’ Ethics
  • A massive exodus of doctors is forcing the government to recruit from abroad.
  • The exodus started in Anhui and North Kiangsu, provinces already scoured and picked clean when icy winds from the Gobi Desert drove the inhabitants south. PEARL BUCK IN CHINA
  • The manager said that there was no imminent prospect of a mass exodus. Times, Sunday Times
  • Troops were given a pay rise this year of just 2.6 per cent - widely derided as nowhere near enough to stop a mass exodus. The Sun
  • Did you know the aleph is the first letter of God’s mystical name in Exodus? Deeper
  • A maximum wage for players would probably help clubs to reduce prices, but it would also lead to an exodus of top players. Times, Sunday Times
  • The presentation of the Commandments in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 is followed, in both cases, by more detailed statutes and ordinances.
  • There is always an exodus to the coast at holiday times.
  • An exodus of players will cut the wages. Times, Sunday Times
  • Here are corals that have gone with the flow for 200 million years, and now they're facing the precipitate exodus of their business partners, the zooxanthellae.
  • Exodus begins on the steadily diminishing island of Wing, bombarded by seas given velocity by global warming.
  • Why, a man who can say of a Christmas book that “it is an opuscule denominated so-and-so, and ostensibly intended to swell the tide of expansive emotion incident upon the exodus of the old year,” must evidently have had immense sums and care expended on his early education, and deserves a splendid return. The Kickleburys on the Rhine
  • The emergence of a more fully developed Asiatic society among the Mormons had to await their exodus to the Intermountain West.
  • I joined the mass exodus for drinks during the interval.
  • When do they abandon all they have and join the exodus? Times, Sunday Times
  • When Britain's government introduced a tax in April for wealthy foreigners working in the U.K., proposing a £30,000 levy on nondomiciled residents in exchange for their not paying taxes on earnings outside the U.K., lawyers, bankers and politicians forecast an exodus of wealthy foreigners to the likes of Luxembourg, Monaco and Switzerland. Fund Elite Bid
  • After the Exodus, red heifers were part of the sacrifices given unto the Levites to perform.
  • The chief executive resigns amid an ongoing exodus of clients and partners.
  • If the Exodus of Miriam and the Jewish people goes back to the expulsion from Egypt and the history of the Diaspora, my own diaspora goes back to the departure from Chile, my small childhood paradise.
  • In Part Three, Cusick pointedly refers to Exodus when he compares the crossing of the Mississippi on a vine that breaks to the parting of the Red Sea.
  • The next morning they bought an old steamship which was in the port of Baltimore, and renamed it the Exodus.
  • But times have changed and it appears that in order to avert a mass exodus of shareholders from the medical products spin-off, Abbott, the board of directors came up with what can only be described as a Solomonic solution to the critical dividend issue. Forbes.com: News
  • In Lake Success, where some of the largest hail fell, the scene was briefly like something out of "The Book of Exodus," had the Old Testament been set in suburban Nassau County. Hail and Rain Wallop Region
  • The seesaw of an on-again-off-again IPO, coupled with various management reshuffles and low morale as AIG prepared to sell off its "Asian gem," prompted an exodus of employees and agents. AIA's New Deal
  • Aid workers fear that the fight, as it moves into the city in coming weeks, could prompt an exodus of hundreds of thousands of people. Times, Sunday Times
  • On his fourth full-length, Banhart has carried on his exodus from his lonely singer-songwriter origins to arrive on stage as an echt frontman, newly confident, running the show.
  • Of the seven summer signings made by Billy Davies - balancing something of a mass exodus at the end of last season - David Kelly must be the widest travelled.
  • A single room is transformed into a shrine to the international Hungarian exodus after the Soviet crackdown in 1956.
  • No credible evidence of such an exodus has been provided. Times, Sunday Times
  • The personalized Haggadah -- the Hebrew word means "telling" or "narrative" -- recounts the biblical Exodus story and instructs families to relate it to their children as though they were along on the journey. Vos Iz Neias - (Yiddish:What's News?)
  • In the UK, the merest hint of sunshine prompts a mass exodus outside. Times, Sunday Times
  • After all, what did the massive exodus of spectators say to the Westmeath boys last Saturday?
  • A bigger exodus could harm the industry. Times, Sunday Times

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