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naturalized

[′nach·rə‚līzd]
(ecology)
Of a species, having become permanently established after being introduced.
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FIBA used to allow a maximum of two naturalized players for each country then later brought it down to one.
Douthit, 39, was the first naturalized player to play for Gilas Pilipinas where he saw action in the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship, a qualifying tournament for the 2012 London Olympics.
Altogether, 146,832 persons have become naturalized Latvian citizens since 1995.
Currently, another former NBA player, Andray Blatche, is the designated naturalized player for the national team.
She does this by incorporating aspects of Kant's psychology into a Freudian naturalized account of the emergence of the ego and super-ego.
So what exactly does it mean to be a naturalized citizen?
KUWAIT, Aug 15 (KUNA) -- A number of Kuwaiti widows and divorcees' children as well as children and grandchildren of naturalized citizens were granted citizenship, said Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al-Sabah following a Cabinet meeting Monday.
Berlin, Shawwal 6, 1437, Jul 11, 2016, SPA -- The number of people naturalized as German citizens fell last year, despite a further strong rise in demand for the nation's passport from Central and Eastern Europe.
Section themes are free will and the naturalized mind, naturalizing ethics and meta-ethical perspectives, and empirical perspectives.
"In order to become a naturalized citizen, however, an applicant must generally be a Lawful Permanent Resident (green card holder) and affirmatively apply for citizenship.
Summary: State Security arrested a recently naturalized Lebanese national in Al-Marj, in the Western Bekaa for allegedly using his apartment to conduct illicit activities.
Naturalized plants are those that have spread out of cultivated areas, including gardens, into more wild areas, and invasive plants are the subset of naturalized species that cause ecological or economic harm.