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naturalized

[′nach·rə‚līzd]
(ecology)
Of a species, having become permanently established after being introduced.
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At least we have two naturalized players in the national training pool going to the 2023 World Cup.
amp;nbsp;There were more than 653,000 immigrants naturalized in 2014 alone.
There may be hope, though, for the foreign-born veteran who has not naturalized and who does not have a serious criminal history.
BEIRUT: State Security arrested a recently naturalized Lebanese national in Al-Marj, in the Western Bekaa for allegedly using his apartment to conduct illicit activities.
However, California is also something of a hotspot for nonnative plants, with over 1,500 nonnative species naturalized, weedy in agricultural systems or invasive in natural areas (DiTomaso and Healy 2007).
He will join Gilas' naturalized player Marcus Douthit in the pool from where the national team to the two tournaments will be picked.
Practically, naturalized immigrants gain important benefits, including the right to vote, security from deportation in most cases, access to certain public-sector jobs, and the ability to travel with a U.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of immigrants become naturalized U.
The Wall Street Journal on July 2 said that Dominicans now make up the majority of newly naturalized US citizens.
The longer immigrants live in the United States and become naturalized citizens, the more likely they are to own their own home, according to the U.
Although philosophers have, by and large, applauded such developments, there is no consensus about whether inquiry into normative domains can be naturalized.
In other words, we want to examine whether naturalized immigrants have different welfare participation relative to noncitizen immigrants from the same background.