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naturalized

[′nach·rə‚līzd]
(ecology)
Of a species, having become permanently established after being introduced.
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Then he can make comparisons between those who won the lottery and became naturalized to those who did not.
Norwood and Dillinger, who both entered the PBA in 2008 and have been residents of the Philippines, will be cleared since both are also not naturalized citizens.
Kudzu is neither naturalized nor sold in California.
And in the World Cup, the Philippines will face teams that all have naturalized athletes playing for them.
2) In 1960, about 119,000 people became naturalized U.
She was naturalized yesterday, and grinning from ear to ear.
Mario's reason for becoming a naturalized citizen was a little different.
California was home to 29 percent of those who naturalized in 2008, followed by Florida with 12 percent and New York with nearly 9 percent.
A naturalized tree is an introduced species that has become common and established itself as though wild, reproducing naturally and spreading.
Posada was accused of lying on an application and during an interview to become a naturalized citizen.
Dit names were used in many circumstances to distinguish families, place of origin, an alias, or names being naturalized into French.
Among immigrants, we distinguish between naturalized citizens and noncitizens.