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introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation

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planted so as to give an effect of wild growth

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There are certain requirements to become a naturalized citizen: you must be a permanent resident for an extended period of time, you must know basic English and have some knowledge of U.
Kudzu is neither naturalized nor sold in California.
Fiba, however, allows each country to field only one naturalized player in any of those competitions.
Immigrants from Mexico or other nearby countries in Central America have among the lowest percentages of naturalized foreign born.
1) Most of the top-five countries of origin for naturalized citizens In 1960 were in --.
Second, we test the hypothesis that naturalized citizens have a higher probability of using welfare than noncitizens because they lack legal restriction and hence reveal their true preference for welfare usage.
Commonly referred to as a citizenship ceremony, the event represented the final step in the process of becoming a naturalized U.
A record number of people were naturalized in the United States in 2008.
To be eligible for listing in the National Register of Big Trees, a species must be recognized as native or naturalized in the continental United States, including Alaska but not Hawaii.
The aging Posada is wanted in Venezuela, where he's a naturalized citizen, on charges that he plotted the deadly 1976 bombing of a Cuban jetliner from Caracas.
Dit names were used in many circumstances to distinguish families, place of origin, an alias, or names being naturalized into French.
Among immigrants, we distinguish between naturalized citizens and noncitizens.
Alistair Cooke, the British-born, Cambridge-educated, naturalized American citizen, was an accomplished freelance journalist.
Its self-reflection is naturalized enough to have a name, as do its naturalized practitioners.
It takes at least five years to be naturalized, become a citizen and earn voting privileges.