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For him, and for a generation of immigrants like him, an automobile was a symbol of assimilation and success.
Like humans, the plants suffered but survived an assimilation process in the new environment.
The entertainment industry has infiltrated everything, and artists have been part of this general kind of assimilation.
His influence and works aided the assimilation.
It is a documentary of assimilation and of a return to one's roots.
Themes of assimilation, racism and immigration prevail, and the selections are of uniform high quality.
He was a leader in the movement for cultural assimilation.
Millions of foreigners were received into the country, with little or no thought given to their assimilation.
The immigrants' story was told not through their own cultures but through their assimilation into the mainstream.

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