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(1) The plant naturalises well in grass.
(2) No one expects the Baltic states to naturalise young Russian soldiers, but army pensioners can be given citizenship.
(3) English sporting terms have been naturalised in many languages.
(4) Bulbs for naturalising in grass are usually sold in bulk, sometimes in mixtures.
(5) Both naturalise well, and in a sheltered corner of the garden, the perfume can be quite strong.
(6) And in May Faisal Shahzad, a naturalised American, left a car bomb in Times Square in New York.
(7) It has also become naturalised in other parts of India.
(8) Naturalised snowdrops and aconites in a woodland setting, daffodils in orchard grass or crocuses beneath shrubs-all provide ground-level interest before overshadowing foliage take over. Sentencedict.com
(9) A naturalised British citizen born in Syria, "Gabs" lives in east London.
(10) On the way Olive Williams pointed out snowdrops which had naturalised and were growing in profusion.
(11) In this way, some of the ideological constructs of colonial domination have become so naturalised that we hardly notice them.
(12) Unlike its relative the ring-necked parakeet, which is the UK's only naturalised parrot, the doomed species builds huge communal nests.
(13) Russell Ira Crowe (born 7 April 1964) is a New Zealand-born, naturalised Australian actor and musician.
(14) His house in Berlin was rummaged along the Nazis. Einstein gave up his German citizenship in 1932 and became a naturalised dweller inhabitant in 1940.
(15) His house in Berlin was ransacked by the Nazis. Einstein gave up his German citizenship in 1932 and became a naturalised American citizen in 1940.
(16) Spaniard Almunia, who has stated a desire to play for his adopted country, is entitled to become a naturalised citizen after marrying an English woman.
(17) John was appointed an assistant professor at the University of Kentucky in 1935 and he emigrated to the United States becoming naturalised in 1941.
(18) It was only after he won the Nobel prize that he felt accepted as an Englishman, despite having been naturalised as a British subject 20 years earlier.
(19) His house in Berlin was ransacked by the Nazis . Einstein gave up his German citizenship in 1932became a naturalised American citizen in 1940.
(20) And will our national identity fade away as foreigners and naturalised citizens outnumber the original citizens?
(21) Einstein gave up his German citizenship in 1932 and became a naturalised American citizen in 1940.
(22) Its destination was Whidbey, a small island off Seattle, where Pauline, a naturalised American married to an American, is buried.
(23) Last night, the Southport-born producer performed with Winehouse and picked up the best British male prize, despite being a naturalised American.
(24) In 1980 he moved to California, set up his agency, and became a naturalised American in 1985.
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