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European

1. a native or inhabitant of Europe
2. a person of European descent
3. a supporter of the European Union or of political union of the countries of Europe or a part of it
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That scale could be set by the staggering growth of Africa's population, and the native European population's stagnation and decline.
Stendhal, Grenoble) describes some elements of native European mythology that were incorporated into Christianity during the Middle Ages.
The European nations' piecemeal surrender of their sovereignty to the European Union (EU)--which is now culminating in the imposition of an EU constitution on its members, the subreplacement birth rate of almost all native European populations, and the European governments' adoption of multicultural policies often favoring the growing Muslim immigrant population--should make Hough reconsider his position concerning a permanent nation-state system in the West.
The BNP's constitution stipulates that all members must be of "British or closely kindred native European stock".
It's not crime that scares native European populations - most crimes committed by "immigrants" are against other "immigrants" in "immigrant areas".
In announcing the venture, Vivendi CEO Jean-Marie Messier also said @Viso's activities would not stop the group investing in native European startups via its existing venture capital arm, Viventures.
Early settlers in this country probably brought the weed with them among seed stocks from their native European and Asian lands.
The new Ziff awards (which still lack a formal name) will honor native European PC software products, as well as localized products.
The firm employs two dozen native European cabinetmakers trained in making wood and marble look like new or "like old" depending on your requirements.
As a native European, EuroSonicbids carries personal meaning to me.
The native European oyster, once abundant in UK coastal waters, is on its way back thanks to Defra scientists and the central Science Laboratory.

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