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  • 1 not naturalized — index alien (foreign) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Naturalized epistemology — is a collection of philosophic views concerned with the theory of knowledge that emphasize the role of natural scientific methods. This shared emphasis on scientific methods of studying knowledge shifts focus to the empirical processes of… …

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  • 3 naturalized — aturalized adj. 1. Acclimated to a new environment; introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation; of plants or animals not native to a location. [WordNet sense 1 & 3] Syn: domesticated, nonnative. [WordNet 1.5] 2. planted… …

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  • 4 naturalized — (Amer.) adj. planted in order to give an effect that it grows as if native; (of animals) established in order to live wild as if native and originating from in a place where it is not indigenous (also naturalised) naturalize (Amer.)… …

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  • 5 naturalized — nat|u|ral|ized [ nætʃərə,laızd ] adjective 1. ) a naturalized citizen is someone who has officially become a citizen of a country in which they were not born 2. ) a naturalized plant or animal is one that grows or lives in an area that people… …

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  • 6 naturalized — UK [ˈnætʃ(ə)rəlaɪzd] / US [ˈnætʃərəˌlaɪzd] adjective 1) a naturalized citizen is someone who has officially become a citizen of a country in which they were not born 2) a naturalized plant or animal is one that grows or lives in an area that… …

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  • 7 naturalized — [[t]næ̱tʃərəlaɪzd[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n A naturalized citizen of a particular country is someone who has legally become a citizen of that country, although they were not born there. (in BRIT, also use naturalised) …

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  • 8 naturalized — adjective Biology establish (a plant or animal) so that it lives wild in a region where it is not indigenous. → naturalize …

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  • 9 nationalized - naturalized — ◊ nationalized A nationalized industry has been brought under the control of the state. Nationalized industries are continually at risk from political interference. ◊ naturalized If you become a naturalized citizen of a country, you legally… …

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  • 10 List of English words of Persian origin — As Indo European languages, English and Persian have many words of common Proto Indo European origin, and many of these cognate words often have similar forms. Examples of these include: English (Mother) and Persian (Madar), English (Father) and… …

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  • 11 Race and ethnicity in the United States Census — Race and ethnicity in the United States Census, as defined by the Federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the United States Census Bureau, are self identification data items in which residents choose the race or races with which they… …

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  • 12 Italian American internment — refers to the internment of Italian Americans in the United States during World War II.Terms:The term Italian American does not have a legal definition. It is generally understood to mean ethnic Italians of American nationality, whether Italian… …

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  • 13 alien — 1 / ā lē ən, āl yən/ adj [Latin alienus not one s own, foreign]: relating, belonging, or owing allegiance to another country or government alien 2 n: a foreign born resident who has not been naturalized and is still a subject or citizen of a… …

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  • 14 foreign words and phrases — 1. Fowler (1926), in an article entitled ‘foreign danger’, warned that ‘those who use words or phrases belonging to languages with which they have little or no acquaintance do so at their peril’. He was thinking primarily of so called ‘non… …

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  • 15 1820 United States Census — The United States Census of 1820 was the fourth Census conducted in the United States. It was conducted on August 7,1820 The total population was determined to be 9,638,453 of which 1,538,022 were slaves. The center of population was about 120… …

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  • 16 Aubaine — In old French customs, aubaine was the act of inheriting goods from a stranger who died in a country where he was not naturalized. The word is formed from aubain , a foreigner, which Gilles Ménage derived further from the Latin alibi natus ;… …

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  • 17 Roger B. Taney: Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) — ▪ Primary Source       By the mid 1850s there existed a widespread feeling that the slavery question, which Congress had been unable to resolve, should be dealt with by the courts; and President Buchanan, in his inaugural address (March 4, 1857) …

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  • 18 LEBANON — (Heb. לְבָנוֹן), Middle Eastern state named after a mountain chain running parallel to the Mediterranean coast N. of Israel. The name Lebanon is derived from lavan (lbn; white ) in reference to the snow covering its peaks. It was variously called …

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  • 19 Mimosa pudica — (Mimosa pudica) Flower head Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae …

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  • 20 Willard Kitchener MacDonald — (August 13, 1916 ndash; 2003), popularly known as the Hermit of Gully Lake, was a recluse who, after jumping a troop train to avoid going to war in the 1940s, lived in a secluded hut by Gully Lake for nearly 60 years. According to his birth… …

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