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alien

an organism, usually a plant, that is not native to the environment in which it occurs, and that is thought to have been introduced by man.
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Something alien had intruded into the old, perfect, school-day comradeship -- something that threatened to mar it.
She was blindly following whatever impulse moved her, as if she had placed herself in alien hands for direction, and freed her soul of responsibility.
Wasn't it base to create for a being so exquisite a mere alien awkwardness?
New reports have unveiled the possible release of the first expansion pack for "The Sims 4" that could feature the first occult life state called Aliens.
ALIENS were the focus of a fun family workshop at Courthouse Green Primary School.
Patricia Monk clearly articulates her intent in the introduction to this useful examination of aliens in short science fiction: to understand the popularity of aliens by examining them from a Jungian archetypal perspective.
They are illegal aliens, from Honduras and Ecuador, just two of the hundreds of thousands brutalizing Americans in a crime wave of unfathomable proportions.
Or will an army of evil aliens learn that is better to give than to steal?
Despite the soaring cost of incarcerating criminal aliens nationwide, the federal government has reduced its reimbursements to state and local governments, two new reports by the U.
Undocumented aliens who were detained pending determination of their asylum status brought an action alleging inadequate living conditions, torture, beatings, and other mistreatment at a facility operated by a private contractor.
These aliens find out that the so-called Zin temples are actually fortresses where the Zin plan to hide while in a vulnerable phase.
Many foreign nationals working in the United States may have a problem: They inadvertently could become resident aliens.