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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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  1. The dispersion of the Jews among the Gentiles after the Captivity.
  2. Any similar dispersion.
    The African diaspora caused a melding of cultures, both African cultures and Western ones, in many places.
  3. A group so dispersed, especially Jews outside of the land of Israel.
  4. The regions where such a dispersed group (especially the Jews) resides, taken collectively.
    Jews in the diaspora often have a different perspective of anti-Semitism from Israeli Jews.
  5. Any dispersion of an originally homogeneous entity, such as a language or culture.
    • Randolph Quirk,
      [T]he diaspora of English into several mutually incomprehensible languages.

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