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naturalize

(năch′ər-ə-līz′, năch′rə-)
v. natural·ized, natural·izing, natural·izes
v.tr.
To introduce and establish (a species) in an environment to which it is not native: European birds that became naturalized in North America.
v.intr.
To become naturalized or acclimated.

nat′u·ral·iz′a·ble adj.
nat′u·ral·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Other instances in which the Saudi citizenship may be withdrawn from a naturalised individual include being sentenced to prison for more than one year and being involved in, carrying out or contributing to an act to disrupt public order.
According to the report, Doha authorities also naturalised up to 20,000 Houthis for using them as a fifth column to destabilise Saudi Arabia.
Any decision to strip nationality from a naturalised citizen could only be applied on an individual basis, meaning families would not have their passports revoked based on the actions of a single member.
There is a sense in which Dogen can be understood as having provided a naturalised Buddhism.
I don't think I'd like to see 11 naturalised players in the national team.
A visitor to the site can find out if their ancestors were naturalised between 1844 and 1930, and find out their previous nationality, the town they came from and when they were naturalised, as well as their reasons for naturalisation.
Manama: Bahrain's Council of Representatives, the elected house of the bicameral parliament, has rejected a proposal to make naturalised Bahrainis wait for 10 years before applying to benefit from a state housing scheme.
Can anyone here tell me who is original and who is naturalised, when someone has the nationality," said Mohammed Al Ammadi.
But the roadside naturalised bulbs are now starting to emerge.
Newly naturalised citizens of Wales must be allowed to proudly sing Hen Gwlad Fy Nhadau in the shadow of the red dragon flag.
Manama: Two political societies have lent their weight to a call for the harshest lawful punishments to be brought against four naturalised Bahrainis accused of kidnapping and raping a 16-year-old boy, near his home in East Riffa.
Under the draft article, the passport of a naturalised citizen can be revoked by a royal decree, following recommendations from the Interior Minister and the approval of parliament.