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native

(nā'tiv),
Adj. Used to describe an organ for which a transplant or bypass has been implanted (for example, native coronary artery).
[L. nativus, pertaining to birth, fr. nascor, natus, to be born]

native

(nā′tĭv)
adj.
1. Originating, growing, or produced in a certain place or region; indigenous: a plant native to Asia.
2. Occurring in nature pure or uncombined with other substances: native copper.
3. Biochemistry Of or relating to the naturally occurring conformation of a macromolecule, such as a protein.
n.
An animal or plant that originated in a particular place or region.

na′tive·ly adv.
na′tive·ness n.

native

Chemistry
Referring to an unaltered or ground state of a molecular species, in which in vivo biologic systems are presumed to function.

native

a species that has colonized an area without human aid.

native

1. indigenous.
2. in the veterinary context, wild, unimproved, not cultivated. The listed plants were named native in their Australian context.

native birdsfoot trefoil
lotusaustralis.
native candy tuft
zierialaevigata.
native couch
brachyachneconvergens.
native fuchsia
eremophilamaculata.
native indigo
indigoferaaustralis.
native leek
bulbinesemibarbata.
native lily
diplarrenamoraea.
native loquat
native millet
see panicumdecompositum.
native mint
menthaaustralis.
native pennyroyal
menthasatureoides.
native thornapple
daturaleichhardtii.
native tobacco
nicotianadebneyi, N. suaveolens, N. megalosiphon.
native tulip
homeriaflaccida.
native verbine
psoraleapatens.
native willow
see acaciasalicina.
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Guests are invited to bring non-perishable food for the Northborough Food Pantry to be put in the Nativity scene manger at the conclusion of the 45 minute presentation.
Entrants have to make short films of their unique, creative take on the story of the Nativity.
Everyone is welcome to the Nativity at 6pm on Thursday, at St Barnabas.
Jesus was in a beautiful large crib in the Nativity that has been on display to the public every Christmas in at least the last 100 years, and is a traditional attraction for the public.
Jane Leadbetter, of organisers Messy Church, said: "Christmas can be a very busy time for families and, by putting the knitted sheep in the shops, we hope that they act as little reminders of the real meaning of Christmas and make it a fun way for children to find out about the Nativity Story.
My childhood Christmas memories have as their focal point the nativity scene, whether it was the one in my own home or the hundreds that were set up throughout the city in banks and fishmonger shops alike.
Two recent film offerings demonstrate once again that Hollywood can make wonderful movies that inspire and entertain: One Night With the King and The Nativity Story.
PALMDALE -- Hoping to squelch what the Mormon community believes are misconceptions about its religion, members of Palmdale's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints performed a re-enactment this past week of the Nativity.
Praying the rosary for nine days before Christmas and singing villancicos (Christmas carols) around the nativity scene are beloved traditions.
Various dates were proposed for the Nativity, there being no hint of one in the Gospels, apart from an unconscious astronomical one, on which more later.
The biblical birthplace of Jesus Christ is one of the few places on the West Bank that still has a sizeable Christian population, with many of the Christians living in the shadows of the Church of the Nativity, built over the reputed site of the manger.

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